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Sewer Inspection Camera

RV-Pro 360: Sewer Inspection Camera Saving Time & Money

A sewer inspection camera can be a valuable tool for a number of different professions : from plumbers to sewer technicians, these cameras can provide a clear view of what is going on inside a sewer line. 

This can be helpful for a number of different reasons. First, it can allow professionals to see what is causing a clog or blockage. Second, it can help them to determine the best way to clear the line. Third, it can provide a record of what was done during the inspection, which can be helpful if there are any problems in the future. Finally, it can simply give peace of mind to those who are responsible for the maintenance of a sewer system.

The traditional method of sending operators for a direct visual inspection of a sewer system is now very expensive, especially for cities, which are looking for more economical solutions.

It is precisely to tackle this problem that RinnoVision developed the RV-Pro 360, a professional sewer inspection camera allowing a single unspecialized operator to inspect up to 80 sewer lines per day.

Moreover, the full sphere of 360° video data captured during the inspection can be shared with external analysts rather than being analyzed onsite by the camera operator. You save time and money with a quicker inspection.

Manhole inspection camera - Rinnovision

Using the RV-Pro 360 sewer inspection camera, instead of operators in for direct visual inspection, you reduce the impact on traffic, as the inspection is quicker. 

Encoding time is also reduced, lowering the cost of sewer inspection, and increasing the amount of sewer lines per hour/day.

Moreover, RinnoVision now offers the remote coding of sewer inspection videos gathered using the RV-Pro 360 according to the NASSCO/CERIU standards in under 72 hours, allowing contractors to be paid faster by their clients and also giving them a greater scalability without having to train and maintain a dedicated internal resource for this task.

RV-Pro 360 Manhole Inspection System

A sewer inspection camera is a type of equipment that is used to inspect the inside of a sewer pipe. It consists of a long, flexible cable with a camera attached to the end. It is also called a pipe inspection camera. The camera is typically small and compact, with a diameter of only a few centimeters, and is equipped with an LCD screen that allows the operator to see what the camera is seeing in real time.

The inspection camera is connected to a portable monitor, which displays the video feed from the camera. The monitor is typically waterproof and can be used in wet environments, such as inside a sewer pipe. The camera is also equipped with a sonde, which is a device that transmits data, such as the location and diameter of the pipe, back to the monitor.

In addition to the camera and monitor, a sewer inspection system typically includes other tools and equipment, such as a borescope and digital meter, which are used to measure the diameter of the pipe and other important characteristics.

The main advantage of using a sewer inspection camera is that it allows plumbers and other professionals to quickly and easily assess the condition of a sewer pipe without having to dig it up. This can save a lot of time and money, and is much less disruptive than traditional methods of sewer inspection.

To use a sewer inspection camera, the operator first connects the camera to a portable monitor, which displays the video feed from the camera. The monitor is typically waterproof and can be used in wet environments, such as inside a sewer pipe. The camera is also equipped with a sonde, which is a device that transmits data, such as the location and diameter of the pipe, back to the monitor.

Next, the operator inserts the camera into the sewer pipe through a drain or other access point. The camera is then moved through the pipe using the flexible cable, capturing images and video as it goes. The images and video are displayed on the monitor in real time, allowing the operator to closely examine the inside of the pipe and identify any problems, such as blockages, cracks, or other damage.

In addition to the camera and monitor, a sewer inspection system typically includes other tools and equipment, such as a borescope and digital meter, which are used to measure the diameter of the pipe and other important characteristics. These tools are used in conjunction with the camera to provide a comprehensive assessment of the sewer pipe.

1. Clogs

One of the main things that a sewer inspection camera can find is clogs. Clogs are a common problem in sewer pipes, and can be caused by a variety of things, such as grease, hair, and foreign objects. A sewer inspection camera allows the operator to quickly and easily identify clogs, and determine their location and size.

2. Broken pipes

Another common problem that sewer inspection cameras can find is broken pipes. Pipes can become damaged for a variety of reasons, such as corrosion, ground movement, and root intrusion. A sewer inspection camera allows the operator to identify broken pipes, and determine their location and size.

3. Tree roots

Tree roots are another common problem that sewer inspection cameras can find. Tree roots can grow into sewer pipes, causing blockages and other problems. A sewer inspection camera allows the operator to identify tree roots, and determine their location and size.

In summary, sewer inspection cameras are valuable tools that can help plumbers and other professionals identify a wide range of problems in sewer pipes. These cameras are equipped with advanced features, such as LCD screens and sondes, that allow the operator to accurately and quickly assess the condition of a sewer pipe.

1. Signs of blockage

There are several situations in which it may be necessary to request a sewer line inspection. One common reason to request an inspection is when there are signs of a blockage or clog in the sewer pipe. This can include slow draining sinks and showers, gurgling noises in the plumbing, and water backing up into the drains. A sewer line inspection can help determine the cause of the blockage and identify the best way to remove it.

2. Damage to the pipe

Another situation in which a sewer line inspection may be necessary is when there is damage to the pipe. This can be caused by a variety of factors, including corrosion, ground movement, and root intrusion. A sewer line inspection can help determine the extent of the damage and identify the best course of action to repair it.

3. When you purchase a new home or property

In addition, a sewer line inspection may be necessary when purchasing a new home or commercial property. A sewer line inspection can help identify any potential problems with the sewer system, allowing the buyer to make an informed decision about the property.

Overall, a sewer line inspection is a valuable tool for identifying and addressing problems in the sewer system. It can help prevent costly repairs and avoid the inconvenience of sewage backups. If you are experiencing any of the problems mentioned above, or have any other concerns about your sewer system, it is recommended that you request a sewer line inspection from a qualified professional.

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