Save Time and Resources With Zoom Assessment

Find out how zoom assessment tools can make your cleaning crew’s workflow more effective and efficient

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Save Time and Resources With Zoom Assessment

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A zoom camera uses focused illumination and high-powered zoom optics to gather detailed footage of a pipe’s entire length. Camera and lighting are mounted on an adjustable pole, allowing users to assess confined spaces without entering them. Zoom cameras are an attractive investment for municipalities and contractors because they are easy to use, portable, less costly than other pipe assessment tools, and useful in a wide range of applications. 

  • A contractor can survey pipe condition before bidding services, and afterward to document completed work. 
  • A municipality can identify and prioritize maintenance issues, avoid confined-space entry and inspect hard-to-reach infrastructure. 
  • Departments of transportation can assess culvert and storm pipe condition with minimal duration of traffic exposure. 

Zoom cameras also survey manholes, catch basins and other assets, making comprehensive sewer system assessment quick and affordable. And jetter operators can use zoom cameras to conveniently gather visual information pre- and post-cleaning. Zoom assessment integrates unobtrusively with existing sewer cleaning workflows, delivering valuable information with minimal disruption. It offers a quick, inexpensive way to determine which pipes need to be cleaned and how to clean them.

Request the full whitepaper today to learn more about the advantages of including zoom cameras in your inspection toolbox.

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