?What problems can be identified using a sewer line camera? - A sewer inspection video camera allows the service technician to see any problems with the pipe. This might include root intrusion, cracks, punctures, corrosion, or misaligned pipe sections. The camera will also identify grease buildup, leaks and obstructions. A follow-up video inspection
can be conducted after service is performed to verify that the pipeline has been properly cleaned or repaired.
?The pipe camera head has 12 integral high-output LED lights, providing outstanding illumination in different lighting conditions. It is protected by a Sapphire lens, which means greater longevity and higher image quality even after multiple cycles of inspection.
?Sewer Inspection Camera comes with an enhanced control unit that allows to view inspection images on a wide 7" TFT LCD color display,The case comes with an adjustable sun hood, which means operators can see bright and clear images on the screen even in direct sunlight.
?The Borescope camera system works with rugged PVC coated fiberglass insertion probes of variable lengths - 20 meter (65.6'), 30 meter (98.4'). The probes have footage marking system that provides users with information about how much of probe has been inserted.
?The cost of Drain Inspection Cameras - It does cost money to have a drain camera inspection performed. But but figuring out problems beforehand can save you thousands of dollars in potential sewer repair or replacement. A home sewer inspection is a great alternative to having to spend a good amount of money to make things right with our house sewer after buying it. If you find out that the sewer is faulty before purchasing it you can ask the seller to compensate you for the problems found.