Cured-in-place-pipe (CIPP) can serve as a seemingly brand new liner and restore a pipe’s structural integrity, but things can still go wrong after it’s been installed. And the only way to find that out before severe damage ensues is through a visual inspection.
By simple definition, wastewater is water that’s been used. Wastewater originates from both residential and commercial sources, including toilets, sinks, showers, bathtubs, washing machines and dishwashers.
Sewer inspection vehicles give contractors and municipalities a simplified means for taking inspection equipment with them on the road. They help broaden a department’s capabilities and increase productivity, offering a centralized way to store and deploy equipment from anywhere.
Many people walk over them everyday without noticing. But the colorful paint marking buried utilities underneath sidewalks and roads is essential to public safety, real estate development and infrastructure management.
Wastewater operators have long been aware that environmental and structural factors impact a sewer pipe’s service life. But they often rely on gut and experience to guide their decisions regarding which lines are most at risk.
For many years, countries across the world have been working to decrease or eliminate the myriad of plastic polluting freshwater and natural ecosystems. Its presence has raised concern over its potential impact on the health of both humans and animals, due to chemicals and bacteria making their way up the food chain.
Envirosight provides video pipeline inspection solutions to municipalities, contractors, departments of transportation, and civil/environmental engineers. Envirosight is committed to ongoing innovation, delivering products that enhance user productivity and inspection detail. Envirosight serves customers through a trained network of regional sales partners who deliver localized support and expertise with rapid turnaround.