What are CCTV pipe inspections?
CCTV pipe inspections use a sophisticated robotic camera to drive down a pipe or conduit in order to determine a variety of outcomes including the condition and grade of the pipe.
Can you locate points of interest inside a pipe or conduit?
Yes. Our cameras have built in sondes which allow us to electronically locate their alignment and depth, which we then mark up on the ground. This is also useful for marking up junctions, blockages, defects or any other points of interest.
Can your camera drive around bends?
Our cameras can drive around subtle bends if there are no obstacles or defects in the way. We cannot drive around 90-degree bends as this poses a risk of getting the camera stuck and damage to our camera cable.
When will we receive our report/electronic data?
All of our CCTV vehicles are fitted with the facilities to do our reporting on site before we leave. Depending on the size of the job you will receive a DVD, flash drive or hard drive with electronic data, as well as the hard copy WinCan reports.
Do you charge travel to job sites?
Yes we charge travel one-way from the Gold Coast to areas within a two-hour radius. Travel cost to job sites further than two hours will be prearranged and will depend on the size of the job or project.
How long does a pipe inspection take?
This is a common question that is impossible to answer. The inspection time depends greatly on the level of survey required and the condition and length of the pipe. Pipes in worse condition take longer than pipes in good condition due to their being more defects to survey.
Can you work nationwide or internationally?
Yes we have recently acquired a high quality camera system suitable to take onto aircraft. This has allowed us to travel to remote and rural areas and also overseas to work on various projects. Please call our office to discuss.