CCTV Pipe Inspection
CCTV (closed circuit television). The process involves a camera that travels through the pipeline and transfers the images to a screen on the surface, where they can be viewed by an operator. The images can be recorded on a DVD or direct to harddrive. At the same time the operator can also record observations of the pipe faults, capture still images and produce pipeline reports showing meterage, grade, laterals, manholes, cleaning eyes etc. Another use of CCTV is to locate any faults or assets through a special radio signal sent to the surface that can be picked up by a locator. The advantage of locating assets or faults prior to digging is that it gives a precise place to dig and an electronic depth.
X-Sited Drains can CCTV pipelines from 90 mm up to 800 mm. All work is done to the NZ pipe inspection manual third edition.
We undertake both, domestic and commercial CCTV and our reporting is all done in conjunction with the Cleanflow-format, which is widely accepted by most councils in New Zealand.
Domestically and commercially the most important thing about CCTV is we can see, locate and repair your issue, saving you time and money.