Using sophisticated remote camera technology that records video and other useful information that may be used to identify drainage problems, a CCTV drainage evaluation assesses drainage systems.
You must place a camera into your drainage system in order to look for any damage (as well as possible causes of it). Using a CCTV camera system, we can spot issues more quickly and accurately and carry out repairs more successfully.
The two main camera types that may be used for your CCTV drain examination Pelsall are a robotic crawler and a push CCTV drainage camera.
A robotic crawler camera is controlled by a console inside a specialised vehicle. The camera is installed on a robust shell and just has an electric motor to drive the wheels and push it through the pipe. Thanks to technical improvements, these cameras are now available in a wide variety of diameters, ranging from 150mm to 2000mm. HD-quality video can also be recorded when LED lighting is added. Our cameras also include articulating arms, rotating camera heads, and zoomable lenses to enable us to pinpoint precisely what really is causing the blocked drains.
A push CCTV drainage camera is more usually used when the pipe has a lower surface area, is vertical, or could have bends that make it difficult for a robotic crawler to use. These cameras feature flexible rods that may be guided all along pipe by the user and are contained on a small reel. To monitor the camera’s path, a monitor is set above the reel. These cameras also include LED lights to examine the pipe interior and find problems.
Finding drainage problems, whether they are small drain obstructions that can be quickly rectified or significant drain or pipe collapses that need immediate care, may be done quickly, discreetly, and affordably with a CCTV study.
By using our CCTV drainage study, the following issues will become apparent, which you can then address and include in a planned preventative maintenance (PPM) programme to maintain your drains working 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.
If you’re adding on to your Pelsall house, it’s important to take drainage into account since it may be impacted by the proposed project. For instance, if your extension passes over or is adjacent to a public sewer, you could need permission from local sewage undertaker. In addition, pipes may be damaged if a facility is erected over an existing drain or sewer, resulting in leaks, blockages, odours, and maybe even health issues and environmental damages. With the use of our technologies, we can accurately depict the current drainage system and determine whether any upgrades are required before the extension is constructed.
Another scenario that you’ll want to consider obtaining a CCTV check is moving into a new house. With the ability to negotiate with the sellers to get any issues fixed before to purchase, this may help you find any drainage issues with the property before purchasing. This may be better than buying the property outright and waiting expecting problems to occur because you would control the property and be in charge of managing any concerns. Please get in touch with us straight soon to arrange a drain inspection so that we can check any issues.
By dialling 0121 663 6683 at any hour of the day or night, you can arrange for a CCTV drain survey at your home or place of business. Argo Drains offers CCTV Drain Surveys, emergency drainage unblocking and or repair services, driveway as well as exterior property cleaning, graffiti removal, and other services in Pelsall.