A CCTV drainage evaluation evaluates drainage systems using advanced control camera technology that collects video and other important data that may be utilised to identify drainage problems.
To check for damage, you must insert a camera into your drainage system (as well as possible causes of it). We can identify problems more quickly and accurately with the use of a video monitoring system, which enables us to carry out repairs effectively.
The two main camera types that may be used for your CCTV drain investigation in Cannock are a mechanical crawler as well as a pushed CCTV drainage camera.
A robotic crawler camera is managed by a panel inside a specialised vehicle. All that is required for the camera to travel through the pipe would be an electric motor to drive its wheels because it is positioned inside of a robust casing. Thanks to technical developments, these cameras are now available in a variety of diameters, ranging from 150mm to 2000mm. HD-quality video may also be recorded thanks to improvements to the lighting system with LEDs. Thanks to our cameras’ rotating camera heads, articulating arms, and zoomable lenses, we can pinpoint precisely what is causing the clogged drains.
A push When a pipe seems to have a smaller surface area, is vertical, or could have bends that are challenging for a robotic crawler to operate, a CCTV drainage camera is much more frequently employed. These cameras include flexible rods that may be moved along the pipe by the operator and are stored on a small reel. A monitor is positioned above the reel to track the camera’s movement. These cameras use LED lights to see inside the pipe and identify issues.
A CCTV inspection may be used to quickly, discreetly, and affordably identify drainage problems, such as small drain blockages that can be quickly rectified or severe drain and pipe collapses that need immediate attention.
During our CCTV drainage study, the following issues will become clear, which you can then address and include in a planned preventative maintenance (PPM) programme to maintain your drains operating for years to come:
Note: Sometimes it is necessary to jetter wash the drains before a CCTV scan in order to clean the pipe and check to see whether the pipes are damaged when they are scaled up.
Since it may be compromised, drainage is an important factor to take into account when adding on to your Cannock property. For instance, if your addition spans or is situated close to a public sewer, the local sewage operator may need to approve it. Additionally, pipes may be damaged if a structure is built over an existing drain or sewer, resulting in leaks, blockages, odours, and maybe even health issues and environmental damages. Using our technology, we can accurately simulate the existing drainage system and determine whether any adjustments are required before the addition is constructed.
Another circumstance when you might want to consider obtaining a CCTV check is when you move to a new house. If you have the chance to haggle with the sellers to get any faults fixed, you might be able to see any drainage difficulties with the home before making a purchase. This may be better than buying the home outright and waiting for problems to occur because you would control the property or be in charge of managing any concerns. Please call as soon as you can to set up a drain inspection so that we can investigate any issues.
By dialling 0121 663 6683, you may arrange a CCTV drain survey at your residence or structure at any moment. In Cannock, Argo Drains offers many different services, such as emergency drainage unblocking, CCTV Drain Surveys and/or repair, driveway and exterior property cleaning, graffiti removal, and more.