CCTV drainage

CCTV drainage inspection involves using a specialized camera system to inspect the interior of drainage pipes and sewer lines. Here’s how it typically works:

Preparation: The drainage system is prepared for inspection by ensuring it’s clean and free of any obstructions that could hinder the camera’s movement.
Camera Insertion: A high-resolution, waterproof camera attached to a flexible cable is inserted into the drain or sewer line through an access point, such as a cleanout or inspection chamber.
Guided Exploration: The camera is guided through the drainage system, either manually by an operator or autonomously using a remote-controlled vehicle. As it travels through the pipes, it captures real-time video footage of the interior.
Inspection and Assessment: The operator or technician monitors the live feed from the camera and inspects the condition of the pipes. They look for signs of damage, blockages, leaks, tree root intrusion, corrosion, or any other issues that could affect the performance and integrity of the drainage system.
Documentation: The inspection process is typically recorded for documentation purposes. This includes both the live video feed and any still images captured during the inspection.
Analysis and Reporting: After the inspection is complete, the recorded footage is analyzed, and a detailed report is generated. This report provides information about the condition of the drainage system, including any identified issues, their location, and recommendations for repairs or maintenance.
CCTV drainage inspection is a valuable tool for property owners, municipalities, and plumbing professionals as it allows for non-destructive assessment of underground drainage infrastructure, helping to identify problems early and prevent costly repairs.