Southland Tool Enters Jet Video Camera Market

Southland Tool is introducing the ST-PRO-1  Jet Cam video nozzle as a budget-friendly option good for inspecting sewer pipes from 6-18 inches and more. It’s affordable price point allows you to have a camera on every jetter, every combo, and every truck full time.

Company founder David Pryor says the video nozzle fills a significant void in the pipeline inspection industry. “It gives every jet user the ability to inspect and record the conditions of the sewer line to ensure accurate real-time repairs and maintenance the first time for a very reasonable price.”

After sending the ST-PRO-1 Jet Cam down a line, operators can review high-definition (4K or 1080p) footage on a smartphone or tablet after recording. The ST-PRO cam will show the root cause of blockages and backups. It features a waterproof camera case and zinc-plated body and thrust nozzle.


Other key features of the ST-PRO Cam include a self-leveling GoPro HERO7 camera using high-tech stabilization; a stainless steel camera enclosure; 6- to 8-inch adjustable skids and nylon wheels (available to 18 inches); a mini SDI card reader, which is app readable; a rear 1-inch thrust nozzle with eight jets (plugs included for lower gallons per minute); three adjustable 1,600-lumen LEDs and three extra batteries; wireless integration for easy downloads to a phone app; and a three-hour run time.

Operators also have the ability to attach Southland Tool’s fiberglass poles using the FPA-1, allowing quick sewer condition evaluation.

“You can look into sewer lines, and inspect and record manholes and tanks,” says Pryor. “It eliminates a confined space entry.”


The unit can be ordered for 1-, 3/4- or 1/2-inch hose, and if you need to go bigger, Southland Tool offers adjustable wheeled skid sets. This ST-PRO camera gives all users the ability to inspect sewer manholes in real time with a set of poles and the company’s fiberglass pole attachment.

Options for the ST-PRO cam include the ST-10-12 skid set for 10- to 12-inch pipes, the ST-15-18 skid set for 15- to 18-inch pipes, the SN3/4 3/4-inch rear nozzle, the SN-1/2 1/2-inch rear nozzle, the SRA-1 sewer rod adapter, and the FPA-1 fiberglass pole adapter.

“We want you to be aware that this is blind viewing, so you turn on the camera, send it down the line and let it video record a section of sewer,” says Pryor. “Once retrieved you can view it on your phone or tablet via the app via Bluetooth connectivity. You can also download the video and archive it for future reference onto your computer. You also have the ability to mark concern points on the video via the app.”

As an added bonus, even if you don’t have a jetter, this system can be pushed with Southland Tool’s sewer rods. 

Southland Tool provides high quality, specialized sewer cleaning tools for municipalities through a network of sales distributors across the country. Company founder David Pryor has over 30 years’ experience in the design, marketing and manufacturing of sewer cleaning equipment.

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