Sewer cameras: a push or slide camera is manually pushed through a pipe to inspect a sewer or pipeline. Any blockages, tears or bad connections in the pipe are immediately visible. Slide cameras are even available in EX classes.
A push camera will easily fit in curved pipelines. They are suitable for inspecting sewers and pipes with diameters of between 18 and 450 millimetres, and with lengths of up to 150 metres. The water-proof camera head of the sewer cameras, often with self-levelling images, have powerful LED lighting and a probe, which allows the camera to be detected in an underground pipe via a localisation system.