What you should know about Camera Sewer
What's a sewer camera for?
Sewerage systems are often in trouble. One of the first warning signs is the difficulty of draining the elements, such as: blocked showers, toilets that do not pass, and huge puddles of water that settle without the presence of rain.
Cameras carried on snake-like rods, with specially designed waterproof protection, are inserted inside the pipelines to carry out visual inspections of less easily accessible pipes and sewer lines. This includes several pipe locations, such as pipes under your home's foundation, buried in concrete, behind walls and underground pipes. Pipe inspections remove the possibility of hypothetical problems that may be encountered by these pipes, most of which are inaccessible.
How does a sewer camera work?
This type of sewer camera specific for inspection consists of a long flexible rod, hence the name snake, accompanied by a video camera with high resolution and excellent sound quality. The rod serves as a springboard for the camera to travel through the inside of the pipe, while emitting a video signal on an HDTV screen. With this camera, the technician can easily make digital recordings inside the pipeline for future use. (1)
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