There is a broad range of applications for inspection cameras. For instance, an electrician tackling a large rewiring project to see in small wall cavity spaces. For anyone who has ever strained to look into an area they simply couldn't see, whether it's down a drain, in a sewer pipe, underneath an appliance, or into a wall cavity, an inspection camera is a useful tool to have access to. On any camera, there should be head unit which contains a camera, which is attached to a cable which contains an LED light to provide illumination, as the scope travels into dark locations. If you want the ability to take notes while inspecting, especial when inspecting a home, certain inspection camera models are equipped with video, audio and photo capturing technology.
Wohler pipe inspection and chimney cameras are available in numerous configurations. There is a camera for every usage purpose and thus making it easy for the customer to find the optimal operating equipment. For example, the Wohler VIS 700-HD camera inspection system does offer an all-round set for a high-quality inspection of sewage pipes, exhaust and air pipes and also industrial plants. Apart from this system, there are cameras in every size and with different video qualities available. Most of our systems are run by a battery and thus do not need electric energy supply from the cable network.
Common application for pipe inspection systems is cleaning and inspecting of pipes, sewer scans and city sewer lateral inspection or even chimneys / flue systems. Pipe inspection systems can be used to identify and document pollution and other typical impairments within pipelines, chimneys, and sewer laterals. After a pipe or chimney check, a professional can quickly identify and analyze the severity of possible damage caused by sewage, cracked pipes, roots or even faulty masonry work within a chimney. With pipe inspection systems and chimney cameras it is possible to prevent complex and costly work, thus adding trust and value to your services for your clients. The proof is in the video and photo footage!