Drainage surveys, inspections, and repairs are typically done via one of many CCTV methods. This has become the only way to find out what is causing the issue or blockage.
A CCTV drain inspection is a process of examining the condition of a drainage system and finding out what has caused an issue, allowing you to decide upon the best solution to resolve it.
The technology used to inspect and survey drains, sewers, and other piping types has become vital because of how safe, cost-effective, and quickly you can get results.
The equipment and techniques used in a survey are implemented in above-ground pipes like downpipes, ducting systems, soil stacks, storage tanks, vertical chutes, and more.
- The primary uses for a drain survey are the following:
- To probe sewer and drain problems like blockage, pollution incidents, and poor flow rates, which can become a significant issue when left untreated.
- They are an essential part of planned preventive maintenance, allowing property owners to manage their costs and avoid highly-damaging drain and pipe failures.
- To support planned work on pipe repairs, replacement, and rehabilitation.
They support construction projects, which are essential in identifying the connectivity of the drain system, and they allow design contractors to create a plan that meets regulatory controls.