make accurate decisions on drainage issues.
The in line sewer video inspection system is a valuable tool that plumbing professionals use to make accurate decisions on drainage issues. The use of a sewer camera and transmitter system is used to identify problems while accurately getting the pipe location, which takes the guesswork away.
The sewer camera is very useful in determining what is causing a backup. Sometimes a blocked sewer line will clear with the camera pushing gently into a soft clog. A camera inspection of the sewer line should always be done if there is a clog and the risk of water damage to valuables becomes an issue: sewage contamination exposure, or concern about what the condition of the sewer pipe is. If there is grease, roots, or other foreign objects in the line that need to be removed; the camera is a great way to verify the job was done right.
owns 6 camera systems in 3 different sizes
Larger buildings that do annual maintenance, but do not typically experience grease, should run the camera first to determine if there is any debris. If there is, then hydro jetting the sewer line to remove the debris, and camera the line again to verify there is nothing left. This leaves less wear and tear on the pipe and gets you a better job for less money.
All defects should be line located and noted for review in consideration of any necessary repairs. O’Grady Plumbing owns 6 camera systems in 3 different sizes complete with line locators for any size drain pipe inspection. We have a sewer service and repair department devoted to doing good work and providing smart answers.