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Signs You Need to Use a Push Camera Inspection System Before a Clean

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Each time your business takes on a sewer or drain cleaning job, your first priority will be ensuring safe working conditions. That means taking precautions, and sometimes extra steps, in the cleaning process. Sewer cameras are a great piece of safety equipment that give you information about the environment you’ll be working in. While it’s not always necessary for you to use a push camera inspection system, here are some of the signs to look out for that suggest you should.

An Overflowing Drain or Sewer

If the pipes you need to unblock are overflowing with sewage, sludge or grease, you aren’t going to have a clear picture of the situation. As the line of sight is obscured, you won’t know where the cause of blockage is and how large it is, which means you could use the wrong cleaning equipment to tackle it. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2ro47vT

New Sewer Inspection Equipment Are More Accurate and Cost-Effective

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The old saying goes “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” and that’s especially true of industrial sewer systems. These systems control the flow and disposal of waste water to municipalities of all sizes, and keeping on top of problems beforehand can help prevent environmental catastrophes.

Upgrading equipment might seem like an unnecessary expense in these days of budget crunches and cut-backs, but it’s a worthy investment when public or employee health and safety are at stake.

Ensuring Efficiency and Accuracy

Sewer cameras provide a glimpse into areas of waste and water systems that few humans can match. Whether we’re talking about the flexible VeriSight Pro hoses that can traverse the smallest pipes or a rugged robotic camera like the RovverX SuperVision that can travel up to 1,640 feet into a complex sewage system, high-tech aids like these make your maintenance team’s job much more efficient and accurate.

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ADVANTAGES OF USING QUALITY SEWER CAMERAS FOR YOUR PLUMBING BUSINESS

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Contractors providing plumbing services to cities and municipalities, or even owners of private property, whether residential or commercial, would do well to invest in top quality sewage cleaning equipment.

Before any actual work can be done, however, it’s crucial that you have a clear picture of what kind of problem you’ll be facing. In order to have a reliable assessment of the situation, using a push camera inspection system will prove to be highly advantageous. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2nuvMrO