In order to properly determine the structural condition of the sewer system, American Underground, Inc. offers unparalleled imaging technology that shows the finest detailed videos of defects, inflows from cracks, severe root and other infiltration, and obstructions like grease and debris.
Our pan-and-tilt camera systems offer built-in directional lighting for pipes of 6″ to 144″ and produce the clearest picture and detail for your pipeline assessment.
Our cameras provide up to 40:1 optical/digital zoom, automatic focus, remote focus and iris control to assure the highest quality picture within varying pipe conditions. In challenging conditions, such as larger diameter black pipe, a remote activated light enhancement feature is included to produce clearly illuminated pictures. When an obstruction blocks movement in a pipe or for quick-look inspections, details can be observed from far-away distances with perfect clarity.
For smaller pipelines, American Underground, Inc.’s color video inspection system called “Mini-Push” is all-inclusive, ready-to-use, and portable. The Mini-Push “self up-righting” camera uses proven video technology to view and record pipelines ranging from 3″ to 10” in diameter . Designed to be compact in size, the mini-cameras can be inserted through clean outs as small as 3″ in diameter and they’re able to pass through a short 90-degree turn or a single tee connection in 4” pipe with the end connector and cable in place. A location sonde, built into the mini-camera, accurately locates from the surface the location of the camera in metallic and non-metallic pipes.
American Underground, Inc. utilizes the best in imaging and video technology so issues such as infiltration, grease and debris obstructions, root infiltration, inflows from cracks, and other defects can be pinpointed and properly assessed, and then repaired as quickly as possible for our clients.
Ground Water Enter Pipe At Bad Joint
Severe Root Infiltration
Multiple Cracks Causing Egg Shaped Pipe
House Connection Blocking Main Sewer Line