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CCTV Pipeline Division

cctv-vanAP Drain Inspections has acquired a reputation as being a technologically advanced company. The CCTV Pipeline Division carries out internal inspection of underground assets such as sewers, storm water pipes and culverts using specialised closed circuit television systems. Our main line colour pipeline inspection system offers a complete CCTV survey configuration that includes camera, tractors and control systems with full video and approved Sydney Water reporting facilities.

The tractor system is mounted within a van allowing the operator and the client to view the interior of the pipe in the comfort and safety of an air-conditioned office environment. Hard copy colour photographs and reports can be printed immediately on site. On screen text display provides full survey details and an accurate counter indicates the distance traveled within the pipe.

The tractor can travel up to 200 metres from the start point in once continuous run saving costly time in relocating the van. The cable rewind reel is fully motorized to allow rapid retrieval resulting in more metres surveyed per hour than manual methods.

cctv-insertionCCTV Inspections can be performed in pipe sizes ranging from 100mm - 1200mm. All of AP Drain Inspections main line camera systems have built in radio locators so detection of pipe direction underground can be easily determined. The versatility of our inspection concept and range of camera sizes, shapes and mobility units enables inspections to be carried out almost anywhere.

Reporting Technology

All operators and supervisors at AP Drain Inspections have received certification to the 'Conduit Inspection Reporting Code of Australia (CIRCA) WSA05 2006, published by the Water Services Association of Australia (WSAA), this replaces the Sewer Inspection Reporting Code of Australia WSA05 2002 which in turn replaced the Australian Conduit Condition Evaluation Manual (ACCEM). AP Drain Inspections is one of the First CCTV Inspection company's in NSW to receive certification to this revised Code, that improves the reporting of structural and service defects as well as the construction, rehabilitation and repaircctv-inspectionfeatures of sewers and similar conduits.

Training of all CCTV Teams has also included outside training in association with Underground

 Photographic Surveys and the Water Services Association of Australia to meet the requirements of CIRCA. All operators have received the Statement of Attainment in NWP331A- Perform conduit condition evaluation to comply with contractual conditions. All supervisors and managers required to supervise contracts and review data from inspections and or code features from digital images are qualified to NWP440A- Supervise conduit inspection and reporting.

Complementing the application of CCTV Robotic Technology AP Drain Inspections uses the latest in reporting technology to generate reports to suit our clients own special requirements. Colour photographs provide the client with a clear representation of the pipeline status. All information can be burnt to CD providing the client with an easy to access form of document storage.