3d laser scanning
3d laser scanning
3d laser scanning
3d laser scanning

TYPES OF APPOINTMENTDRAINAGE DEPLOYMENT CAN INCLUDE...

3D POINTCLOUD

CCTV SURVEYS

Detailed CCTV inspections are carried out to understand the condition of drainage without the need for excavation.

3D POINTCLOUD

SEWER SURVEYS

Large diameter pipes (up to 1000mm diameter) and sewers can be surveyed with heavy duty crawler systems, or safe man access.

3D POINTCLOUD

CHAMBER INSPECTIONS

Specialist equipment is used to capture the 3D geometry of chambers and expert staff can gain access for further assessment.

ANIMNATIONS

WATER JETTING

Drainage systems are cleaned & desilted with HP jetting to aid CCTV surveys, or to improve flow in clogged drainage networks.

ANIMNATIONS

LINING & REPAIRS

Small repair patches or full-length lining of drainage pipes Is possible without physically exposing pipes or excavating.

ANIMNATIONS

BLOCKAGE REMOVAL

Tree roots, heavy silting, blockages & encrustation can all be removed in most cases by the use of specialist cutting tools.

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DRAINAGE SURVEY

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CCTV SURVEY

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CCTV AND DRAINAGE EQUIPMENT

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PUSH ROD CAMERAS

Conventional push rod CCTV camera systems are used for small bore pipes normally up to 300mm diameter.

CCTV CRAWLERS

CCTV crawlers are utilised for larger bore pipes (up to 1000mm diameter) or more challenging situations.

REPORTING SOFTWARE

Specialist survey software allows comprehensive reports (containing footage & images) to be produced in real-time and exported in many formats.

JETTERS / JET-VAC

HP jetting systems operate at pressures of up to 6,000psi. Jet-Vac recycling lorries are utilised where significant extraction or cleaning is required.

CUTTERS

Specialist nozzles are used to cut through tree roots, remove encrustation & clear blockages. Robotic cutters may also be used for problematic situations.

LINING EQUIPMENT

Packers are inserted and inflated in situ to allow resin to bond to the damaged pipe and form the repair.

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