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Scanprobe Drain Repair Equipment Hire Guarantee


Posted on: January 15th, 2014

Scanprobe have announced their Drain Repair Equipment Hire Guarantee whereby they will beat any written quote for CCTV inspection system / drain camera hire. Scanprobe’s hire rates vary over longer periods of time and hire rates include a free monthly service on the equipment. Scanprobe will match and beat any price guaranteed so if you can find a camera anywhere cheaper, please let us know (we will require proof and equipment specifications).

 

There are no discounts offered for 1-7days, these are set rates. All discounts are based on a 4-week month and are discounted from the standard week rate. A standard week is 7-days i.e. Monday to Monday and so on. Day rate terms: Monday to Thursday ‘one day’ hire is one 24-hour period. If hire commences on Friday the ‘one day’ will be 7:30am to 5:00pm On a Friday hire, if the unit is not returned by 5:00pm then a ‘one day’ hire charge will be added for the weekend. There is no charge for Sundays. We offer a try before you buy policy, in which up to 1-weeks hire can be deducted if you decide to purchase a new unit.

 

For more information regarding Scanprobe drain camera hire please contact Darren on 0203 253 2001 for further details.

The Scanprobe Drain Camera Hire Guarantee

The Scanprobe Drain Camera Hire Guarantee

 



Drain Camera Hire – 7 New Tractor Systems Added


Posted on: January 10th, 2014

Scanprobe have added seven new tractor systems to their comprehensive drain camera hire fleet due to popular demand and not only are they adding cameras, but they are updating them on a weekly basis.

 

New egg shaped tapered bulk head camera

New egg shaped tapered bulk head camera

The robust Colourprobe 3001 Crawler Pan & Tilt now comes with a tapered bulk head camera which was designed for chimney use, as the new egg shape head will glide through small passages forward or backwards. The pan & tilt motors have been upgraded to give a smoother rotation and pan. When you hire a Colourprobe 3001, you get the complete kit including wheel sets to handle pipe diameters from 150mm up to 1000mm.

 

There are no hidden extras for recorders and accessories, when you hire from Scanprobe and all you require is a power source. At Scanprobe we don’t stop redesigning and making improvements to our equipment in order to provide our customers with the best possible service.

 

7 new tractor systems added to the Scanprobe drain camera hire range

7 new tractor systems added to the Scanprobe drain camera hire range

The Scanprobe hire range also includes cameras ideal for inspecting and detecting problems with chimneys, gas and water mains and which can also be used down animal burrows and cavity walls

 

New tractor systems  - large wheel size option

New tractor systems – large wheel size option

Scanprobe provide a wide range of pipe inspection equipment and drain repair systems for hire with daily and weekly rates available. For Customers who wish to try before they buy, Scanprobe offer to refund up to 1 weeks hire charge should you decide to purchase the equipment outright.

The range includes pipe inspection systems to suit most requirements from wireless, handheld inspection cameras to the Colourprobe 3001 Crawler Pan & Tilt Pipeline Inspection system featured above.

As well as drain camera hire Scanprobe also provide a variety of additional accessories and leak detection equipment including the Radio Sonde System and the Scanprobe Easy-Smoker

 

Please visit the full Scanprobe hire range here or call us on 0203 253 2001 for more details.

 

 

 

 



Getting A Drain Survey – What Is Involved?


Posted on: December 11th, 2013

DRAINS! We don’t tend to think of them. It’s the place where your waste goes and we don’t want to know about that, as long as it gets where it’s got to go. The thing is (when there is a problem), like anything, the earlier you spot it the better. Since I started Hire at Scanprobe I always get asked the same question:-  I need to survey my drains, which drain camera would you recommend? And I always ask, is it for insurance purposes? The reason I ask this question is to do with the quality of drain survey you require. If you just wanted to check to see if there’s something obstructing the water flow, you can simply use our look-see supercam. This camera is a basic unit you can just pop down the pipe to quickly identify any major issues. Whereas for insurance purposes or for the sale/purchase of a house you will require more information.

 

The reason it’s a good idea to have a drain survey done is probably obvious, but it can tell you much more about the property than most realize. It can discover hidden man holes, which in some cases are inside the property especially if it’s had an extension. ItScanprobe Series 6 Drain Camera tells you where each pipe goes, what they are for and whether you will come across them if you’re fitting in foundations for a new extension. By looking for offset joints or cracks a drain survey can tell you if there’s been any subsidence to the property over the years and whether it’s still occurring. You can check for root ingress from nearby trees. Whether your pipes are running through to the neighbor or to the main sewer or even a cesspit. These are things I would definitely want to know before I purchased a property. Now using a look-see unit will tell you most of these things but the Scanprobe Series 6 is the unit 90% of people would use. The reason for this is down to the quality of the system. For instance:- the drain camera on the Scanprobe Series 6 is self levelling, which means the camera stays the right way up in the pipe giving you a much easier time determining where each branch enters. Also by knowing which is top and bottom you can determine whether an obstruction will effect the flow, as sometimes when the pipes are fitted, some of the adhesive can seep into the pipe causing obstruction, but if this is on the top of the pipe and not too big you could (in theory) leave it as it won’t effect the flow.

 

To survey pipes larger then 150mm I would recommend getting a company in to do it. Mainly because the cameras required, are a lot more complicated (our company can assist you on this). But for a domestic property, I don’t see why any competent person couldn’t hire our equipment and do it themselves.

 

Darren

Scanprobe Hire Dept. Tel. 0203 253 2001

 



Drain Camera Hire at Scanprobe


Posted on: November 27th, 2013

Scanprobe provide a wide range of drain cameras, pipe inspection equipment and drain repair systems for hire with daily and weekly rates available. For Customers who wish to try before they buy, Scanprobe offer to refund up to 1 weeks hire charge should you decide to purchase the equipment outright.

The Scanprobe drain camera hire range includes pipe inspection systems to suit most requirements from wireless, handheld inspection cameras to the robust Colourprobe 3001 Crawler Pan & Tilt Pipeline Inspection system for surveying pipes from 150 – 1000mm. The Scanprobe hire range includes equipment ideal for inspecting and detecting problems with chimneys, gas and water mains and which can also be used down animal burrows and cavity walls.

As well as drain camera hire Scanprobe also provide a variety of additional accessories and leak detection equipment including the Radio Sonde System and the Scanprobe Easy-Smoker

 

 

Please visit the full Scanprobe Hire Equipment range here or call us on 0203 253 2001 for more details.

 

Drain Camera Hire

Scanprobe Drain Camera hire fleet includes: 30 series 6′s, 10 crawler tractor unit and various other drain inspection units.

 

 



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