We run a range of cameras from push rod cameras for the smaller surveys to a range of on-board tractor cameras for the larger diameter pipes. We offer full pipe surveys which are detailed and edited to suit the customer needs. Each camera is chlorinated and is able to be inserted inside a water main which has only a short time span to be decommissioned.
Digital video for high deﬁnition image display, recording and playback
○ Simple transfer of video images to PC for inclusion in customer reports
○ Interchangeable camera options with bright white LED lighting
○ Range of rods and reels—from 100’ to 500’ (30m to 250m)
○ Full compatibility of all cameras, reels and accessories across the range
○ Fully locatable with range of sound options
○ Variety of skids and springs for maneuverability in pipe
○ Audio input for voice over annotation
○ Keyboard option for easier titling of customer survey video and images
○ Rod counter with calibration feature
○ Option to use your own video recording device using video-out/in connector
This camera is only used on clean water jobs and does not be used on any others. It is kept in a hygienic environment and is treated with chlorine to be fit to be used on human consumption water pipes. We are one of the only companies who can guarantee a clean water camera and reel.
The mouse is a self-contained transmitter which is connected to a push rod and inserted into a non-metallic pipe or duct structure. The mouse can then be detected using the CAT.
A self-contained flexible rod and transmitter alternative for tracing non-metallic pipes. Energized by connecting to the Genny’ . The small diameter transmitting head allows access to very small diameter pipes of 15mm or above.
The PWG pipe locating system consists of a receiver (geophone) with an electronic pulse wave generator PWG to be screwed on to a pipe line or hydrant. The system allows locating non-metal pipes running up to 5 meters below the surface. The pipe section does not need to be shut down during the locating process.
The waves generated by the device travel best on an even ground structure and ground surface. Under good conditions, distances of between 50 meters and 600 meters can be covered. The PulseWaveGenerator system can help to draft, amend, or check network plans, and it can be used both inside and outside residential areas. Also unknown pipes can be located quickly and reliably with this system.
The geophone (receiver) records the strongest wave on the pipe through a ground microphone and displays their intensity acoustically and optically.
The PWG (pulse generating device) is attached to a water pipeline. The PWG valve then opens and closes about 60 times per minute due to the water pressure and the flux. This relief-pressure alternation process generates pulse waves which travel on the pipe as one-dimensional longitudinal compression waves. These waves are then measured with the geophone on the surface.
Range of Use: The Aqua-M100D is used in the water supply business to pre-locate (testrod) and to calibrate leakages (geophone). In combination with the Pulse Wave Generator (PWG), it can also be applied to trace the run of a pipeline.
Pressure gauge meeting all requirements. Solid watertight housing (no plug contracts). Foil-protected keyboard for on-the-spot programming. Extremely high memory capacity for more then 240.000 measurement values. Data transfer via infrared / GSM and infrared / USB.
Testrod to pre-locate leakages in drinking-water supply networks. The Aqua-M50D is applied in the water supply business to pre-locate (testrod) leakages. Due to its handy size, this measuring instrument is especially well suited to listen to water meters and internal plumbing.
Our precision locators are designed for optimal locate performance for all industries and utilities. Common to all is the powerful Centros™ measurement engine, based on more than 30 years of development. Centros delivers a powerful digital signal analysis platform and provides the operator with a comprehensive suite of reliable and accurate information.
Our leak noise correlator offers utility contractors and companies state-of-the-art technology to detect leaks and trace pipe topography using state-of-the-art technology. Our correlators analyzes audio frequencies within water pipes to detect the characteristic frequency caused by the presence of leaks. Information is displayed immediately and wirelessly on an easy-to-read LCD.
Designed to assist in avoiding buried cables and pipes during excavation, reducing the risk of injury to personnel and damage to utilities.