So, take into account this information when you’re renting an inspection camera
: 1. Camera Working Length: our most demanded and easy to operate are cameras with push rod from 20 to 60 meters (65 to 197 ft.). 2. Camera Head diameter: it should be at least few millimeters less than narrowest pipe you’re going to inspect. For centering camera in a pipe line special skids can be attached to a camera head. The smallest sewer camera heads available (from 0.9″). 3. If you need to keep your camera in a horizontal position, a system with self leveling camera would be a good choice. Looking for better observance pipes walls and lateral joints?A camera with remote control will deliver. 4. All of our cameras are waterproof but some inspections have to be done under significant water pressure. A heavy duty inspection camera will operate under 11 Bar water pressure. 5. While all of our rentable cameras
are equipped with a color monitor to see inspections in real time, they also have the ability to record images and video. You can view it at a later date, or use the recording for documenting problem areas. Files can be saved on СF or SD memory cards depending on the chosen sewer camera system. 6. Sometimes it’s very important to not only detect a problem but to locate it from ground level. Some of our snake, sewer, and drain cameras that will transmit signal to locator and you can localize issue place in minute detial.