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For plumbing inspections and pipe cleaning, plumbers and utilities use drainage cameras. Drain systems are long, thin cables with small cameras that can be inserted into pipes to assess their condition and to find problems such as clogs and leaks, as well as to clean them and perform other maintenance tasks.

Drain sewer cameras give plumbers a clear view of issues inside pipelines, which prevents them from digging or disassembling them in an unnecessary manner. Using these cameras is easy and saves money and time by preventing costly repairs and digging up pipes, which is why they are becoming increasingly popular.

Different types of drain cameras have different features, including different types of cable reels, different cable lengths for different distances, and different types of camera heads. Advanced systems may also have additional features, including advanced reporting software, rotating/tilting cameras, and robotic crawlers.

FAQ about drain pipe cameras

Are wastewater cameras worth buying?

Your sewer line and drain can be inspected by them to detect problems such as clogs and cracks.

The use of drain cameras can be very useful to plumbing contractors or those who need to inspect drain pipes internally. You can use a drain camera to see a pipe\'s problem without digging them out, which can save you a lot of money and time. If you need to inspect your sewer pipes, it\'s a good idea.

Which drain inspection camera is the best?

There are many different brands and models of plumbing video pipe inspection system, so it\'s hard to say which is best. It may depend on your budget, the type of pipes you need to inspect, and the features you want in a camera. However, many of our customers prefer our VIPER, HATHORN, and ANACONDA sewer inspection cameras.

How do you use a drain camera?

The camera head is attached to a push cable that is lowered into a pipe or drain. It displays what is inside the pipe on a monitor connected to the insertion probe. The inspection process can be recorded, and in some models is supported by text or voice notes. The camera must be carefully guided through the pipe. To remove clogs and debris you find, you may need special tools.

How much does it cost to buy a drain camera?

Depending on the brand and features you choose, drain cameras can cost a lot of money. The cost of a basic model can be several hundred dollars, while a more advanced model can be several thousand dollars. The price depends again on the brand and features, but it could range from $900 to over $15,000.

What is the cost of renting a camera?

If you would like to rent a drain inspection camera, the price can vary depending on the specific camera and the length of time of the rental period. To find the best deal, leave a request or give us a call, and we will find a solution that suits your needs and budget. Get more info about Pipe Inspection Cameras.

It may be more cost-effective to rent a drain camera in the short term, but if you are planning on using it frequently, buying a camera will likely be more cost-effective.
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