Most people, as part of your daily routine, wake up in the morning and head straight to the bathroom. But, after no. 2, what if you find out that the toilet isn’t flushing? What do you do now? Do you:
- Use a plungerinside the toilet and see if that takes care of the blockage? Or
- Leave it as it is, figuring it will flush after some time?
At Scanprobe, we won’t be doing any of the above. It’s recommended that you get a professional drainage engineer to perform a CCTV drain camera inspection.
Yes, this may seem like an extreme way of handling a first-time blockage, but the reality is that before the blockage manifested itself, numerous insoluble items had travelled down the drain; totally getting rid of the junk isn’t always easy.
But then how do CCTV pipeline inspections provide a long-lasting solution to this problem, which seems so simple to solve? Well, read on. Here is a description of how the process works and the advantages of the pipeline inspection.
CCTV Sewer Line Inspection: The Process
When identifying and repairing a broken sewer pipe, the first step is figuring out where the damage is mainly located. During this process, the professionals insert the equipment through the sewer pipe and record the whole pipe’s state. By finding out the exact location of the damage, the repair process is simplified in the following ways:
- Eliminate irrelevant digging and guessing:
Many people think that digging a trench in their driveway to find the location of a blockage is a simple procedure. Initially, this process seems easy until the simple opening transforms into a trench that spans almost the entire driveway, and the plumber still has no clue on the location of the blockage. A certified drainage engineer, armed with a pipeline inspection camera from Scanprobe makes the process simple because they insert the sewer camera in the sewer pipe’s open end to determine where the problem is. By using the drain camera, you’ll be saved from having to explain to your neighbor why there’s dug up dirt all over your yard.
- Get a dependable reference video with CCTV pipeline inspections:
There are certain situations where you’ll need some form of evidence of the actual damage to get assistance. For example, if you have some insurance coverage on your property and think sewer damages need repair evidence, video evidence will help you make a claim. The CCTV drain camera will offer an exact, clear picture of the condition of your pipe, in contrast to a rough guess. Often, guessing leads to underestimating the extent of the damage and the repair cost that makes the repair process quite complex. This is where the value of a professional drainage engineer will shine through, as they a perform a clear and concise CCTV drainage survey for you with a Scanprobe sewer camera.
- Easily determine the pipes’ condition:
Thinking about buying a new home? Or have you already bought one, but aren’t exactly sure about the condition of the sewer system? Of course, trying and digging up around the home to determine whether the drainage is in perfect condition would make very little sense. In this situation, the use of CCTV cameras is the most non-intrusive and easiest way to determine your pipes’ condition. The inspection will assist in finding problems like:
- Pipes that may collapse at any moment
- Corrosion damaged pipes
- Blocked pipes
- Intrusions like tree roots
Knowing that the drainage system to your new home as loopholes assists in getting the appropriate repairs before it becomes an emergency.
Often, it’s not difficult to find out when there is a problem with your sewage system, like if there is a gurgling sound coming from one of your drains or toilets. However, it may be horribly evident that there’s disgusting, raw sewage coming back up the drains. While finding out that there’s a problem can be quite simple, figuring out the precise cause of the problem can be a far more painstaking process.
Next time you witness a sewer blockage, ensure you ask about available options in video camera sewer line inspections. These waterproof cameras are fed through the area that requires inspection. Each is attached at the end of a flexible rod. It offers information in real-time since the camera is streaming a live feed that your plumber will be having a look at on a video monitor. If these plumbing problems happen at your business, you can keep a permanent video file of the sewer pipe inspection as part of your record, too (for insurance).
When a drain camera inspection does becomes necessary?
Your sewer solutions specialist or plumbing professional will most likely recommend a camera sewer line inspection if you’ve come across repeated backups in your sewer line or if they feel something odd while using a cable machine to clean the line. However, irrespective of whether this is your first sewer problem or tenth, camera inspections can go a long way in discovering every type of pipe problem usually found in your home or business. So whether a root mass has obstructed the flow in your sewer system, or if a sewer pipe has begun to collapse due to old age, a section is misaligned, or if a sewer pipe is damaged, a camera sewer line inspection will reveal the issue.
Why use a camera?
It’s a good idea to use an inspection camera because it allows your plumber to pinpoint the precise location of the problem.
The two main arguments for using this advanced technology in plumbing both benefit the customer. The first reason is to save time in fixing a plumbing issue. When you have a problem with your pipes, especially in the sewage system, surely you don’t want to delay the repair process. Delays can’t just be inconvenient, but prolonged problems in plumbing may cause additional damage to the building of your house or business. Another big argument for using a camera is to save you money on sewer line repair. Identifying the problem correctly will assist your plumber in coming up with the cheapest (and most efficient) way to fix your sewer blockage and get your plumbing flowing appropriately again. Additionally, by running a camera through your pipes, your professional plumber will be able to identify the precise location of the issue, which prevents unneeded excavation. If you’re on the verge of buying a new home, it’s a decent idea to have a video sewer line inspection carried out to check out the plumbing before you close on the property.
Looking for a WinCan drain camera survey? Give Scanprobe a call now!
“Sweetie! The pipes burst!” Well, the dreaded day the cold won. And while you have done what you could do to prepare for this, the lingering, extreme cold temperature got the best of your pipes in the end. While older homes with unfinished cellars or basements are prone to pipe bursts, even a new home is at risk. There are a number of factors that could cause a pipe to burst.
Reasons for a Burst Pipe
- The water in a pipe can expand due to cold temperatures. Once it expands, the ice may cause the pipe to burst.
- Moving pipes are a result of insecurely placed pipes. When you turn the water on/off, you may hear a hammering or rattling noise within your walls. This is the sound of the pipes moving around. Over time, this movement causes the joints to become weak, and a perfect storm for a pipe burst is created.
- Another reason that a pipe may burst is due to water pressure. Since too much pressure can cause a pipe to burst, it is important to regulate water pressure. Use a pressure gauge to find out if the pressure is on the higher side. As a side note, the water pressure should be within the range of 30 to 50 psi, as anything above 60 may cause issues.
- In older pipes, corrosion is quite common. While pipes may last for many years, they may start to corrode over time. Corroded pipes can stop the water flow and may slow down – which may lead to a burst pipe. It can also release lead into the water, which may be dangerous to the health of your family.
How to Prevent a Pipe Burst?
- Allow a water trickle to run in your sink
- Allow the heat to reach pipes by opening the sink cabinets
- Use a pipe sleeve or pool noodles to insulate pipes at threat
So, in case your pipes burst, what do you do? Scanprobe has a few tips for you to ease the panic of a burst pipe.
Don’t panic: While the initial reaction is obviously this, try to remain calm and follow the pipe back to the shutoff valve of the water.
Shut off the water: Once you find the shutoff valve of the pipe, shut it off immediately. If you face issues in finding the individual valve, shutting off the main valve is what you can do. Either way, stopping the flow of water is the initial step to remedy the situation.
Evaluate the damage: Try to locate the exact point of the pipe burst, and search for other leaks, holes, and cracks. Use something as simple as an electric tape to fix a pinhole crack. Something a little more harmful such as a hairline fracture can be repaired with pipe sealant. A patch kit should be used to patch larger fractures. However, this kit requires a certain working knowledge of pipes, so you’ll need the know-how and tools to sand your pipes.
When a pipe bursts, the staff at Scanprobe provides emergency pipeline patching, lining, and general maintenance services. Rest assured, we’ll do everything in our capacity to repair and prevent the next occurrence. Besides this, Scanprobe also offers CCTV drain camera for rent and mina survey in England, so don’t forget to check out those services as well.
Don’t let the stress of a burst pipe faze you. Call us now!
Is the kitchen the heart of your home? It is the place where you share meals, bake cookies, and have awesome conversations. Well, the heart of the home definitely sounds like a great description.
What if the actual heart of your home was not something you could touch or even see?
Your plumbing team might tell you that the heart of your home, or any home for that matter, is its plumbing system. And they can prove it by making use of a pipeline inspection camera to show you around your pipes.
Buried underground and hidden behind walls, your pipes give and take round the clock to keep you and your home healthy, clean, and happy. This sounds like a fitting description for the heart of the home, what do you think?
If you have never had a sewer line camera inspection, why not? You know what’s cooking for dinner and what’s in the fridge. Don’t you want to find out what’s going on in the other heart of your home?
Today on the blog, we’re going to talk about the advantages of plumbing system inspections done Hollywood style. So take a minute and read on.
How does a drain pipe camera work?
Traditionally, if a plumber required to inspect your sewer line or drain, they dug up the whole yard. Okay, that is a little dramatic, but identifying leaks and other issues in the main sewer line required a lot of guesswork and, in the majority of the cases – digging.
Plumbing and modern technology make a great fit. Today, every plumbing team uses video technology to record and see what is going on down below.
Plumbers use a sewer video camera attached to a flexible cable to inspect pipes. Usually, they insert the cable into the main sewer line cleanout of your home. By using a monitor, they watch as the camera goes through the plumbing line.
While a Hollywood quality video isn’t what they get; they do acquire a real-time view of the plumbing system. Thus, they get a visual of the heart of your home in a non-invasive manner.
Talking of non-invasive, that is one of the initial benefits of the drainpipe camera we are discussing today.
No mess to clean up
Homeowners and plumbers love trenchless technology!
Before sewer cameras debuted, the only way a plumber could get a true picture of the sewer lines’ condition was to excavate. In case you’ve ever had a plumbing problem that needed digging, you’re aware of the mess.
Using a camera indicates the plumber just needs a little entry point. They can use various access points to insert a camera directly into the main sewer line.
There is no evidence left behind, and no ugly, long trench for neighbours to complain about. If this sounds overly dramatic to you, just try to dig a trench in your front yard and witness how long it takes for the neighbours to drop by and see what is going on.
By the way, trenchless technology is not reserved for inspections. The true advantage of trenchless technology is the ability to repair pipes without needing to dig. However, that is a subject for another blogpost.
Help to locate hidden leaks
When it comes to helping plumbers locate leaks, plumbing cameras make excellent partners.
You might think searching for a leak is not a big challenge. You follow the water, right?
While certain leaks have definite clues, others, especially those hidden under your home or behind walls, are not difficult to find. A wireless sewer inspection camera can assist your plumber in pinpointing the exact location of a leak. And they can do it swiftly.
Goes without saying, the faster the plumber can detect the leak, the better for you. Untreated and undetected plumbing leaks cost money and inflict severe damage to your home. Plus, plumbing cameras find other hidden issues as well. Looking for an inspection camera hire? Look no further than what Scanprobe has to offer. Give us a call now!
If you’re experiencing sewer problems, you know the inconvenience that issues like these can cause. Drain failures or clogs can’t just be irritating but can be expensive to fix. Inspecting the internal surface of your plumbing pipes assists you in seeing exactly what type of damage is causing you sewer problems, also allowing you to locate exactly where the damage is to facilitate the repair process.
Here are three tips that you should take into consideration when searching for a drain camera for rent in England to make sure you invest in a diagnostic tool that meets your needs.
Tip 1: Look for a camera that can span the length of your pipes
Before renting a sewer camera from your local hardware store, finding out how long your main drainage pipe is can be quite helpful. This pipe connects the plumbing system of your home to the municipal sewer system.
You can consult the original building plans of your home to find out how long the main drainage pipe is. Then, you can use this information to rent a sewer camera with a feedline that’s long enough to run the length of the pipe. This makes sure that you’ll be able to inspect the whole pipe thoroughly to check for damage that could be contributing to the sewer problems of your home.
Tip 2: Look for a camera that has a self-levelling feature
When you’re using a sewer camera to inspect the interior surface of your plumbing pipes, it can be difficult to determine exactly what you’re looking at. When the images produced by the camera are askew or upside down, it can be almost impossible to identify damaged areas.
By investing in a proper sewer camera, which has the ability to level itself, you can ensure that all the images acquired from this camera are upright. This feature further enables you to inspect your plumbing pipes more easily for serious damage.
Tip 3: Look for a camera with a video-out connection
If you’re finding it difficult to identify whether or not your plumbing pipes have sustained damage, it can be helpful to have a professional plumber evaluate the footage that your sewer camera outputs. When renting a camera with a video-out connection, you can record the images that your camera captures onto a different video device.
This enables you to retain a record of the findings of the camera, and it also allows you to get the expert opinion of a plumber without having to pay for the plumber to conduct a different session with a sewer camera.
If you’re able to rent the right sewer camera, it would significantly assist you in fully leveraging the diagnostic tools. So, look for a camera with self-levelling abilities, a camera that can span the length of your main drain pipe, and a camera with a video-out connection to assist you in identifying sewer damage in the future.
If you’re looking for a CCTV drain camera in England, let Scanprobe know. Plus, we also offer a Mina survey in England. Please explore our website to know more or call us at +44 (0)203 253 2001 to get your queries answered instantly.
Did you recently move into a new house and just want to check it out, or is poor drainage bothering you, and you’re not sure what the problem is? If yes, try hiring someone to carry out a CCTV survey of your property drains. This survey will enable you to identify your drains need repairing or blocking.
Usually, these types of surveys are carried out before people move into a new property. During the survey, a professional camera engineer is tasked with conducting a full drain survey in one day, inspecting every pipe and drain, letting you know if there are any repairs that may be required to prevent blockages in the future. During the survey, minor blockages can be removed, the cost of which will be added up in the final receipt.
Drain surveys: Things to consider
Drain surveys can be quite useful in identifying any blockages and determining the condition of your existing pipework. Often, these surveys are used to diagnose drains that keep blocking, even after a pressure wash cleaned them. The most prevalent drain problems that cause blockages are collapsed or cracked pipes, which are, in turn, caused by tree roots, deterioration of the materials, or by other accidental excavation.
In the past, CCTV inspections were quite costly. However, in recent years, the cost of this technology has come down significantly. So, be wary of over-the-top survey prices; even a large drainage system shouldn’t cost more than a few hundred points, with the average cost being far less.
Precisely check what’s included in the prices. Some firms will clear minor blockages during the survey without charging anything extra, whereas others will charge additional. So, when you’re comparing quotes, ensure that you’re doing it right.
Can I do the drain survey myself?
A drain survey is an excellent way of locating any problems and checking out your drainage system. So, you may be wondering that you could perform a drain scan yourself instead of using a professional service, thereby saving a lot of cash. But is it worth it? First of all, these surveys aren’t expensive to start with, usually costing less than a hundred pounds, so you’re not saving a fortune. Secondly, professionals will be fully equipped with drain rods and industrial standard cameras, when doing such a survey, you’ll likely have to hire or purchase this equipment to tackle the survey.
Then you require the experience to identify the problem after fully understanding the footage. Also, jetting equipment to get rid of any small debris you come across. While you could purchase the equipment on eBay and hope for the best, cheap setups are likely to malfunction or break, ending up as a big waste of money and time.
Also, you need to know how to use drainage rods properly otherwise you could even potentially end up leaving equipment in your drain, causing extra blockages for which you’ll have to pay an expert to get rid of. So it’s not that uncommon, and possible, for DIY drainage jobs to end up costing more money than hiring the experts in to do the job in the first place.
Drain survey tips
- In recent years, the cost of CCTV surveys has dropped substantially
- It’s not worth tackling this as a DIY job
- Many firms will remove minor blockages and debris as part of the survey
- Before purchasing old property, it’s a good idea to have a drain scan carried out
If you’re looking for a drainage camera or a drain camera manufacturer, don’t worry, Scanprobe has got you covered. Contact us now, and one of our friendly customer service representatives will be glad to assist you.
Since its inception, Scanprobe has made a constant push to be a technology leader. Their ability to adapt quickly and spot trends are what has made them so successful. Now, they’re working to empower their customers with mobile tools to set them up for success. One example of this is the Mina survey in England, read on to find out about it.
What is Mina?
Mina is one of the main components of the digital transformation of Scanprobe. Simply put, it’s an app that augments and complements their current drain surveying hardware.
Mina has two important components. The first one is designed to offer surveyors the ability to view live video feeds from their drain surveying devices while controlling hardware features like lights via direct Wi-Fi connection. The second is to provide surveyors with the ability to map out the site and annotate it, allowing them to capture more detail regarding the survey for later reference.
The mobile device application of Mina is developed to complement the pipeline and drainage inspection engineer of today. Here are some of its offerings:
Where do we start? From duplicating the screen to either minimising costs by not requiring an additional engineer to man the camera or display the job in hand to your customer, through to being able to make your detailed map a part of your survey, you can offer absolute certainty to your customers in a simple manner, and at no extra cost.
Use your Wi-Fi to link your smart device to your push-rod camera system, and you’re up and running with mina! From here, you’re able to use your tablet or smartphone to view the display of your camera while fully leveraging the standard functionality of your device, including email and MMS.
Whether the size or location of the job has separated you from your camera box, or just because you want to show your customer exactly what the fix or problem looks like in real-time, you can. With Mina, the display can be duplicated, and even have certain control over the camera.
Ever had to detail where the manhole was, or try to explain precisely where you were, along with where the key points along the way were and where you surveyed? Well, with Mina and its industry-recognised icons and integrated Google Maps technology, you can develop concise and clear maps, adding them directly into your survey.
What are its features?
- Currently available on both iPads and iPhones.
- Google Maps are used to easily and clearly plot the key markers from the survey.
- Create drawings by drawing on top of the Google Maps image by inputting industry-recognized symbols.
- Wirelessly connect your tablet or smartphone device to your Wi-Fi enabled pipeline inspection camera system to increase the survey value and functionality.
- Share your survey using any file sharing app on your smart device, including Dropbox, email, and WhatsApp.
- Easy to use; just connect and go. This application is developed to make your life easier.
- The icons are labelled and pre-made for you, and no doodling is required. Just drag and drop them in.
- After you’re done, simply connect to your pipeline inspection system and upload your detailed drawing directly into your survey to add a bit of detail and clarity to your survey, and stand out from the rest.
If you’re looking for a CCTV drain camera in England, contact Scanprobe now!
The Maxprobe drain camera is an evolving unit that frequently being enhanced. When it was initially launched in 2015, this CCTV inspection system had a relatively standard camera head in comparison to the standard of today. Since January 2017, the camera head has been upgraded to a 44mm self-leveler, with integral Sonde inside the camera that offers traceability underground. The Sonde itself is encapsulated in the main camera body for compact design and product robustness, instead of being potted in bulky connectors or exposed to damage in a spring behind the camera head.
Currently, two frequencies are being offered – 512Hz (which has improved results in cast iron pipes) and 33KHz, a UK standard. To trace this equipment, a C-scope MXL4 is recommended as these offer the best results.
Now, a Controller Area Network BUS system is being tested, which will control many inspection and operational functions, permitting Scanprobe to explore 3D pipe mapping and scanning via, for instance, pipeline probe rods. Scanprobe is also invested in coming up with its own software with the release of mina Survey, as it has realised that premium drainage organisations are moving more into software technology when conducting an inspection survey, and are now demanding a technology level that the industry is yet to see. mina Survey has led Scanprobe into the realms of mobile app technology, in a development that links the Maxprobe camera system with a mobile device, a first for the company and drain camera manufacturers in general.
Other software enterprises like WinCan provide surveying packages that may include every type of mapping and tracking information. With the introduction of WiFi into the Maxprobe box, every survey may be carried out on-site and sent directly to the office or client via WinCan web. Scanprobe was the one to pioneer the first camera inspection system to include WinCan web and is now enjoying brilliant reviews on this cutting-edge technology. However, Scanprobe feels that this is just the beginning. It sees the future of surveying, where every pipe will be laid out on a map in 3D with every information (length, material, and size) tagged next to every run, offering water authorities a detailed layout of their waste systems. Once the information has been collected from around the country, a national waste grid system may be established. This is some way off, but the objective of Scanprobe is to offer the tools in which this may be accomplished.
Scanprobe is continuously offering the needs of its customers, and the future of Maxprobe looks awesome. Scanprobe will be pushing the boundaries of tracing, inspection, mapping software coupled with durability and reliability over the coming years, so watch this space.
WinCan turns your data into decisions
WinCan VX transforms how you make decisions based on the rich data that inspection technologies of today capture. Imagine an integrated, single application offering you the power to manage your assets and resources in real-time.
Analyze: To understand maintenance needs, it runs queries on any combination of criteria. You can get results in the form of raw data, on a map, or in reports.
Budget: Manages inspection workflow, anticipates maintenance, makes budgetary projections, and allocation resources based on infrastructure condition.
Comply: Collects standards-compliant data for export, reporting, and analysis. WinCan supports over 50 defect catalogs, including WRc and MACP/PACP.
Decide: Extracts the actionable intelligence you need to make critical maintenance decisions.
Integrate: Interfaces with every major GIS platform and municipal databases, and connects with any inspection equipment.
Report: Uses schematic illustrations, photos, and filtered data to generate information-rich reports.
Share: Securely publishes completed inspections to the clouds, where clients can use a web browser to view them instantly.
WinCan is cloud-based and offers secure global success
New WinCan Web keeps your inspection data current, accessible, and secure on the cloud. How does this benefit you? Here’s how:
- Access: Authorized parties can access the most recent inspection data instantly using any device with a web browser.
- Competitive: To lower operating costs, large firms can offload IT functions, with small contractors delivering results with previously unavailable quality and speed.
- Scalability: Subscribers just pay for the storage they require and may increase that storage anytime.
- Security: Administrators may precisely control who accesses what information. To protect against data loss, the data center of WinCan provides the necessary hardware redundancy.
- Workflow: Supervisors may automate the assignment of inspection tasks, along with how inspection results are shared and compiled in real-time.
WinCan is designed to be scalable, to be able to grow with you
WinCan VX allows you to invest in the functionality you need today, and then add capabilities and bandwidth as future needs arise.
- Modules: These extensions to the core application allow you to add particular capabilities as needs arise.
- Subscriptions: With a subscription, you can license WinCan for a flat annual fee while gaining access to training, support, cloud storage, and every software update.
- Value bundles: These famous combinations of add-on modules and core functionality provide savings over individually bought components.
WinCan is innovative, offering you the advanced capability
WinCan is supported by the largest user base of the market, investing in the R&D necessary to offer innovation ahead of the competition. So whether it’s new analytical tools, new ways to inspect, or new support for downstream processes like rehab and cleaning, you can trust WinCan VX to lead the market.
- 3D: The 3D visualization technology of 3D allows you to build a virtual model of your infrastructure based on measurements collected during inspection.
- Competitive: The GIS implementation of WinCan VX makes it easy to manage infrastructure using maps as the front end. To create entire WinCan projects with pre-populated section data, just click and drag on a map.
- Scanning: The ScanExplorer module allows you to navigate and interpret data from the laser and side-scan inspections via its four-synchronized views.
WinCan allows you to collaborate, providing you with optimum teamwork
Teamwork and process – both are imperative for managing your wastewater collection network effectively, from cleaning and inspection to replacement, rehab, and maintenance. WinCan VX implement best practices of the industry, seamlessly coordinating your workflows and personnel. With WinCan Web instantly sharing inspection results, your decisions are always based on the most current, complete data.
What’s the wait now? Contact Scanprobe and get your WinCan drain camera instantly!
The sewer inspection cameras are extensively utilised by home inspectors, engineers, contractors, plumbers, municipal workers, and other professionals for inspecting regions that aren’t easy to spot. These regions may comprise insides of a drain, spaces behind walls, pipeline interiors, and other hard-to-reach places. So, if you want to buy a sewer inspection camera, you first need to consider your sole purpose of using it. How long should the insertion probe be? How much light will you require? Should it be chemical or waterproof?
In order to choose a good sewer camera, we’re offering you a few general tips. However, remember that the final decision should only be yours, based on your particular budget, requirements, and needs.
- A radio transmitter will be a good addition to the camera. Generally, it operates on 512 Hz frequency mode and is located behind the camera in the tip of the probe. It’s a great tool to find blockages or locate your camera. Make sure you’re equipped with a precise locator to trace it.
- These surveys can be undertaken in all types of weather, so being waterproof and easily visible in direct sunlight would be very beneficial.
- Similar to the insertion probe, the camera should at least be waterproof to last the duration of your survey.
- Since inspecting hard-to-see areas is what you’re planning, you’ll need a varying degree of light to explore it. The image will be better with a brighter light source. Always go for a sewer inspection camera that has a bright, adjustable LED light.
- If the pushrod with an attached camera is chemical and waterproof and is able to withstand a bar pressure of 1-6, it will offer longevity to your device.
- This probe must at least be long enough to go from one maintenance hole to another. The length of our probes varies from 40m to 120m.
Control box/Monitor display
- The contemporary sewer inspection cameras can capture various types of files with various resolutions. Try saving the footage as either a video in AVI or MPEG format or as a JPEG file. If you can record images on your computer, convenience is guaranteed. This is because you won’t have to remember it or write everything down. Furthermore, should you or your client need to verify some information, you can always go back to the file.
- The screen should offer you a coherent picture of the inspection area. In this case, a higher resolution and a wider screen are preferred. The daylight readable monitor comes with a pro model.
- Few modern inspection cameras comprise keyboards (maybe splash-proof on the PRO models) that permit you to type useful information during inspections.)
Looking for a sewer, drain, or a CCTV drain camera? Awesome. Browse the offerings of Scanprobe, and you’ll know why we’re the best when it comes to these devices.