- On June 6, 2016
A sewer camera is a good example of a pipe inspection camera
When need to see what is going on in hard to reach places such as inside pipes you need an inspection camera. A sewer camera is a good example of an inspection device that can help detect flaws and faults in important service systems. Lanier Municipal supplies a comprehensive range of sewer products, water products and pipe inspections systems in Florida, Georgia and the South Eastern United States.
Pipe inspection cameras such as the Pearpoint commercial range cn be used in residential environments such as main drains and small diameter piping. A pipe inspection camera can be used to identify problem inside pipes, inspect pipe lining and to assist with maintenance and preventative programs.
For example, the Pearpoint P340 Flexiprobe Pushrod Sewer Camera System offers improved operation where you have to deal tight corners and traps and ideally suited for inspecting commercial and residential waste water systems. This sewer pipe inspection camera features a high capacity battery, USB memory stick and flash card for recording, high picture definition, great video quality with zoom and pan capabilities. This enables a technician to make fast and accurate diagnosis and to prepare on-site reports.
The Pearpoint P350 Flexitrax Crawler Camera System provided the same ease of use and simplicity as push rode system but offers the functionality and performance associated with advanced crawler systems.
Sewer camera systems and pipe inspection systems are important tools for municipal projects, private developments, water and sewer infrastructure projects, storm drain projects, power plants and more.
Whether you have a large project, a small project or something in between. Lanier can supply the sewer, water and related inspection equipment that you need – from sewer cameras to push rod systems, from inspection cameras to crawler systems. They also supple products such as check valves, corp stops, gate valves and hydrants.