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CCTV DRAIN SURVEY

    CCTV DRAIN SURVEY

    We offer as part of CCTV Drain survey

    • Mapping of the entire drainage system
    • Visual fault mapping
    • Homebuyer’s surveys
    • Drainage reports
    • DVD camera footage
    • CAD drawings referenced to PAS 128 utility surveys or topographic surveys
    • Linked GIS databases

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      Accurate CCTV Survey Services

      A CCTV drainage survey is an inspection of drains or sewers using a remote-controlled camera to determine the root cause of a drainage problem. The drainage survey uses a high-definition camera to identify blockages, leaks, scale build-ups, or any other issues, instead of digging intrusive and time-consuming trenches. The captured images help our experienced professionals in Derby to fully understand the drainage problem and deliver the drainage information, alongside recommendations for a corrective measure, in a report format.

      CCTV drainage survey

      Benefits of a CCTV Drain Survey

      Conducting a CCTV drain survey for your project is beneficial in various ways, for instance:

      • CCTV drainage survey allows remote and safe gathering of data. The survey team does not have to enter into confined and potentially risky spaces.
      • The drainage survey enables the investigation of blockages, drain, poor flow and pollution problems
      • CCTV drain surveys assist the drawing architects and designers of construction projects in creating project plans as accurately as possible.
      • Manage costs and avoid highly-damaging and drain pipe failures through our efficient drainage surveys.

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      Contact Derby Measured Survey for a professional CCTV drain survey service across Derby and UK.

      What we offer as part of CCTV Drain survey?

      Receive the following services and deliverables as part of our CCTV drain surveys:

      • Mapping of the entire drainage system
      • Visual fault mapping
      • Homebuyer’s surveys
      • Drainage reports
      • DVD camera footage
      • CAD drawings referenced to PAS 128 utility surveys or topographic surveys
        Linked GIS databases

      What can be detected by a CCTV Drain Survey?

      Derby Measured Survey offers efficient and comprehensive CCTV drain survey service that can capture a range of crucial data for planning urgent pipe repairs as well as support a PPM programme. Receive the following accurate data, and more, from our drainage surveys:

      • Map of drainage system
      • Pipe lengths
      • Pipe locations
      • Location of pipe defects
      • Flow directions and flow rates through pipes
      • Collapsed pipes
      • Blockages and cracks within pipes.

      Latest CCTV Drainage Equipment

      Our specialist survey team employ advanced technology and CCTV survey equipment such as:

      • CCTV Cameras: these are modern cameras with the ability to operate under flowing waters and tight spaces, providing a clear view of the drains and other areas that would otherwise be unreachable.
      • Access rods: because of their flexibility, the rods are used to push the cameras to navigate through tight turns within the drainage system being surveyed.
      • Sonar units: sonar units help provide acoustic profiling, getting insights into the condition of filled pipes with obstructed access.

      Our CCTV Survey FAQ

      A CCTV drainage survey is an inspection of drains or sewers using a remote-controlled camera to determine the root cause of a drainage problem.

      A CCTV drain survey determined by a site’s characteristics and limitations

      Our survey team uses CCTV survey cameras, crawlers, access rods and sonar units to inspect the condition of your drainage system.

      Depend on our CCTV surveys and receive information on:

      • Location of pipe defects
      • Pipe locations
      • Pipe lengths
      • Flow directions and flow rates through pipes
      • Map of drainage system

      A CCTV drainage survey allows remote gathering of data, investigation of blockages, poor flow, drains, and pollution problems within a drainage system.