Sewer pipes with different materials and diameters are exposed to several external and internal environmental influences during their use and operation., which can damage them. Such factors may include the breakdowns that occur during different track searches, sulfide formation, trees roots ingrowth.

If the channel is difficult to access, or multiple recurrent blockages, then in each case we usually recommend a camera channel test, without breakdown, the pipes can be inspected from the inside, so we get an accurate picture of it, what mistake we are facing.

There are several models of channel cameras on the market. The biggest difference is appliances lies in it, what is the smallest and what is the largest pipe diameter, what we work with. Depending on the application, we can differentiate between zoom, push-in, or self-propelled cameras.

In our channel imaging work, we always choose such a device, which allows us to determine perfectly, where and what causes the clogging.

Our latest Rico duct scanner provides an opportunity for internal condition assessment, 50-600 mm in diameter, of any material, for uninterrupted inspection of a channel section up to 120 m in length.

Kamerás csatornavizsgálat a legkorszerűbb gépek segítségével

Tests with a channel camera:

  • general condition survey
  • exact definition of fault location
  • excavation of cleaning shafts
  • exploration and inspection of connections
  • új channel üzembehelyezése
  • registration of channel slope conditions
  • exfiltration, finding infiltration
  • examination of root formation
  • determination of concrete corrosion

During the camera channel scan, a color image is taken of the channel section, from which the location and diameter of the channel can also be determined.

Cleaning is always required before channel shooting!

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