A technique of utilizing CCTV video cameras to visually inspect a sewer line for cracks, infractions, blockages and other defects in the line. This method is carried out by inserting our camera system through the utility line, either manually or with the help of remote control, which gives a video feed of the pipe's inside to an on-location screen for review.

How does CCTV inspection work?

The initial step of carrying out a CCTV video pipe inspection is to locate or make an entryway where the camera can be brought down into the sewer line. When the camera is brought down into the line, it will give us a clear visual of the condition of the line and what is inside the pipe. An automated crawler, utilized for lines bigger than 6" in diameter, is distantly controlled from outside the line by viewing the crawler camera on a screen. A push camera, utilized for lines 6" or smaller in diameter, is a smaller camera that is pushed through the line by hand. A CCTV video pipe inspection can give data on the current condition of the utility line and recognize breaks, infractions and different defects in the line.

Specific hardware is required to explore the sewer lines and ensure the dividers of the pipes are appropriately lit up to get the clearest picture possible. It is also important to know the number of access points, as the more access points we have, the more complete the examination can be. When our video pipe inspection experts recognize a region of interest inside the pipe, they will mark the area from the surface by using technology to find the camera which will be translated to the PACP report.

For what reasons do you need CCTV pipe inspection?

When your objective is to get a close view of what's inside drain lines, CCTV cameras are the right device. They are regularly used for the construction and development of the drainage system. Utilizing CCTV to recognize exact issues can be less expensive and more precise rather than exploratory digging.

For sewer lines and drainage systems, a video pipe examination is regularly used to decide the feasibility of using the current system's sections. It will help in saving thousands of dollars for the project owner to find that they can reuse existing areas of the system rather than installing new ones.

There are times when sewer lines may get damaged and should be replaced. A CCTV pipe inspection will give data about the cracks, and locate faulty joints along the line that needs to be fixed. It can be feasible to fix the faulty joints instead of installing a whole new pipeline that will be costly and unnecessarily.

What we can evaluate through our service:

  • Pipe Grade and Depth

  • Pipe Temperature Measuring

  • Pipe Pressure Monitoring

  • Sewer and Pipe Integrity

  • Sewer and Utility Access Points

  • Obstructions in Sewer or Pipelines

Why choose us over other service providers?

LoJac's specialists offer you industry-leading CCTV sewer and drain inspection services. From the initial step and recording of inside the pipeline to an exhaustive audit of the recording and proof of any issues found during the review, we give start to finish CCTV sewer and pipeline services. All our CCTV sewer and pipeline surveyors are PACP, MACP, and LACP certified through NASSCO’s extensive training in recognizing issues with underground sewage and pipelines.

LoJac's CCTV pipe inspection services can assist you in evaluating manholes, lateral lines, and pipeline assessments. Let Our specialists assist you in identifying any issues for a wide range of sewer and utility lines. Call LoJac today to book a consultation and check whether our CCTV Pipe camera services are right for your next construction project.