Pipe cameras, also referred to as push cameras, drain cameras or sewer cameras, are a valuable and practical inspection tool for difficult to reach spaces. Used by plumbers, engineers, councils, and maintenance personnel these visual inspection cameras are a critical piece of equipment saving time and saving money.
Video inspection cameras provide visual access and inspection to previously inaccessible areas by detecting the location and severity of a blockage or fault. Gain easy access to underground sewage systems, stormwater networks, pipelines, drains, and ducts without unnecesary works.
Our range of pipe and push cameras are all equipped with cutting-edge technology, allowing for high-definition, data-rich videos and images in real-time.
Investing in a high-quality inspection camera designed to withstand harsh industrial environments, is a must-have tool for anyone working in the plumbing, construction, engineering, local council, mining, or any other industry where pipes are involved.
Yes…pipe and push cameras are interchangeable terms for an inspection camera system typically used for pipe, sewer, drain, culvert, tunnel, and cavity inspections
Pipe and push cameras incorporate:
• Base unit with monitor and controls
• Cable or “pushrod” – lengths from 20M to 120M
• Camera head - forward-facing and/or pan & tilt
Typical applications for pipe or push cameras are:
The ability to take razor-sharp video and images from all angles and identify exactly where the fault or blockage is, is extremely important to a successful result. The following highlight what to look for when choosing the correct camera for your needs.
• High definition video and still images
• Camera head control
• Focus control
• Position and angle of camera
• Location transmitter
• Full colour monitor
• Length of pushrod
• Image storage
• Powerful rechargeable battery