A CCTV drainage assessment evaluates drainage systems utilising sophisticated remote camera equipment that captures video and other helpful information that may be utilised to identify drainage problems.
To detect any damage to your drainage system, it entails inserting a camera there (as well as possible causes of it). We can identify problems more quickly and precisely utilising a CCTV camera system, and repairs can be done more effectively as well.
A robotic crawler as well as a push CCTV drainage camera are the two major types of cameras that may be utilised for your CCTV drain inspection Burntwood.
Through a console on the inside of a specialty vehicle, a robotic crawler camera is operated. With just an electric motor to move the wheels and propel it through the pipe, the camera is mounted on a tough body. These cameras now available in a broad range of diameters, spanning from 150mm to 2000mm, thanks to technological advancements. With LED illumination installed, HD-quality video may also be captured. To precisely determine what is causing your blocked drains, our cameras also feature articulating arms, camera heads that can swivel and revolve, and lenses that can zoom in and out.
Whenever the pipe has a smaller surface area, is vertical, or may have curves that make it more difficult for a robotic crawler to utilise, a push CCTV drainage camera is much more frequently employed. These cameras have flexible rods attached to the end that are housed on a tiny reel and can be manoeuvred along the pipe by the operator. A monitor is placed atop the reel to watch the camera’s path. In order to illuminate inside the pipe and detect flaws, these cameras are also equipped with LED lights.
A CCTV survey is a rapid, non-intrusive, and affordable approach to find drainage issues, whether they are minor drain blockages that can be easily fixed or major drain or pipe collapses that require immediate attention.
The following problems will be revealed by our CCTV drainage study, which you can then fix and include in a planned preventive maintenance (PPM) programme to keep your drains operating for years to come:
Note: In order to clean the pipe and determine whether the pipes are fractured when they are scaled up, it may occasionally be required to jetter wash the drains prior to a CCTV scan.
It’s crucial to consider how the proposed project can impact your drainage if you’re building an addition to your Burntwood home. For instance, you might require approval from your sewerage undertaker if your addition crosses over or is in close proximity to a public sewer. Additionally, if a structure is built over an existing drain or sewer, the pipes may be damaged, leading to leaks, clogs, odours, and maybe even health problems and environmental harm. Our technology can provide a precise picture of the present drainage system and indicate whether improvements are necessary before the addition is built.
Another occasion why you might want to consider obtaining a CCTV inspection is when you are moving to a different house. This can help you find any drainage issues prior to purchasing the property, that may be helpful as you can negotiate with the seller to address any issues before purchasing. This may be better than buying the house outright and waiting for troubles to occur because you will also own the property and then be responsible for resolving any concerns. Please get in touch with us right soon to arrange for a drain inspection so we can check for issues.
You can schedule a CCTV drain survey at your residence or place of business by calling 0121 663 6683 any time of day or night. In the West Midlands, Argo Drains provides driveway and exterior property cleaning, graffiti removal, emergency drainage unblocking & repair services, as well as CCTV Drain Surveys.