Top 3 CCTV Pipeline Inspection Questions Answered

A CCTV Pipeline Inspection may be the difference between thousands of dollars in damages and a quick, easy repair. Find out the answers to the top three questions we most often hear about CCTV Pipeline Inspections and see how this could be your company’s cost, time, and life saving solution.

What are CCTV Pipeline Inspections?

Using remote operated robotic CCTV cameras, the UDS Civils team can inspect small, tight, dark pipeline spaces that range from 100mm to 1000mm in diameter. These inspections leverage the power of the latest technology to gain vital information from your pipelines in a minimally invasive way.

When do I need a CCTV Pipeline Inspection?

There are two main situations when you may need a CCTV Pipeline Inspection: to prevent drainage problems or to locate existing drainage problems and determine the best solution. It is best to catch drainage problems before they happen or as early as possible, because it will reduce the likelihood of time consuming, expensive, and dangerous issues that can arise when a drainage problem goes undetected.

Why should I have a CCTV Pipeline Inspection?

Collapsed pipes, tree roots, and blockages are just a few of the many potential causes of a drainage problem. A CCTV Pipeline Inspection gets to the root of the issue and provides vital data that would otherwise require an invasive and costly investigation. UDS Civils provides a DVD report of the findings to give your company the tools you need to address the problem with a swift and simple solution.

Without a CCTV Pipeline Inspection, the drainage problems can amount to a situation that requires extensive time for repair, puts your employees or customers in danger, and costs your company money in invasive repairs. Be proactive and invest in a preventative solution: CCTV Pipeline Inspections that will save your company time and money, while keeping people safe.

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