Using sophisticated remote camera technology that gathers video and other useful data that may be used to identify drainage problems, a CCTV drainage evaluation assesses drainage systems.
You must put a camera into your drainage system to look for damage (as well as possible causes of it). A video monitoring system helps us discover issues more quickly and precisely, which helps us properly carry out repairs.
A mechanical crawler and a pushed CCTV drainage camera are the two major camera kinds that could be employed for your CCTV drain investigation in Solihull.
A panel inside a specialised truck controls a robotic crawler camera. The camera is mounted in a durable shell, and all it needs to move through the pipe is an electric motor to power its wheels. These cameras are currently offered in a wide range of diameters, spanning from 150mm to 2000mm, thanks to technological advancements. LED lighting additions allow for the recording of HD-quality video as well. We can determine precisely what is truly causing the clogged drains thanks to the rotating camera heads, articulating arms, and zoomable lenses that are part of our cameras.
A push CCTV drainage camera is considerably more usually used when a pipe has a smaller surface area, is vertical, or may have bends that are difficult for a robotic crawler to operate. These cameras come with flexible rods that the user may move along the pipe and are kept on a little reel. To monitor the camera’s movement, a monitor is placed above the reel. These cameras feature LED lights to examine the pipe’s inside and find problems.
A CCTV study may be used to swiftly, covertly, and economically find drainage issues, such as minor drain clogs that can be readily fixed or catastrophic drain or pipe collapses that require emergency treatment.
The following concerns will become obvious during our CCTV drainage study, which you can then fix and incorporate in a planned preventive maintenance (PPM) programme to keep your drains functioning 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.
It’s crucial to consider drainage while building an addition to your Solihull home since it can be impacted. For instance, the local sewage undertaker may need to approve your extension if it crosses or is located close to a public sewer. Additionally, if a building is constructed over an existing drain or sewer, the pipes may be damaged, leading to leaks, clogs, odours, and maybe even health problems and environmental harm. We can correctly represent the current drainage system using our technology and evaluate whether any changes are necessary before the addition is built.
Moving to a different home is another situation when you might want to think about getting a CCTV inspection. You may be able to identify any drainage problems with the property before to purchase if you have the opportunity to bargain with the sellers to have any issues repaired. Because you would own the property and be in charge of handling any issues, this may be preferable to buying the property completely and waiting for issues to arise. To schedule a drain examination so that we may look into any difficulties, kindly contact us as soon as possible.
You can schedule a CCTV drain survey at your home or building at any time by calling 0121 663 6683. Argo Drains provides a variety of services in Solihull, including emergency drainage unblocking, CCTV Drain Surveys, and/or repair, driveway and exterior property cleaning, graffiti removal, and more.