Scanprobe Shop – New Look For 2022 Blog
Wednesday, 05 January 2022
We are pleased to unveil our new look shop counter and retail space for 2022 which supplies a wide range of both Scanprobe and Renoline products to the drain repair trade. Easily accessible to the side of our main offices and with several dedicated parking spaces our shop provides the opportunity to purchase emergency supplies
Greece & Cyprus markets open to Scanprobe
Thursday, 13 May 2021
Greece and Cyprus are the latest countries to begin distribution of Scanprobe's range of drain camera systems, through Green Moles Ltd. Find out more about our latest distribution partner, and what this new relationship means to both parties.
Drainage Inspection: a 2021 view
Monday, 29 March 2021
Drainage inspection surveys, like a lot of industries, have evolved massively over recent years, so we've taken a look at how the various stakeholders requirements have changed too.
Made in Britain? Scanprobe undeniably is
Thursday, 25 February 2021
Scanprobe’s range of drain cameras have been made in Britain from the very beginning, but 2021 has added some extra weight to that claim, as it has been officially confirmed that we meet the criteria to display the Made in Britain logo. Scanprobe owner and Managing Director Jon Barry: “Personally, I am delighted; I see
Drain Survey Equipment
Friday, 23 October 2020
Drain Inspection Camera: Why It’s the Best Equipment to Locate Plumbing Issues Using a CCTV camera will allow you to see exactly what’s going on inside your pipes. Here’s why a drain inspection camera is the best equipment to locate plumbing issues: Multipurpose Understanding: Often, CCTV drain cameras are used to inspect your pipes, thereby
Diving Deep Into Inspection Camera Issues
Thursday, 15 October 2020
Imagine this: You’re kneeling in dry, dusty grass right beside a cleanout, pushing your Scanprobe pipe inspection system slowly down into the drain. The pushrod is a little bit slippery, but thankfully stiff; it’s flexible enough to enable you to tackle the 90-degree turn at the base of the cleanout and then coax it in
CCTV Drain Camera Inspection: Reasons to Conduct Them
Monday, 05 October 2020
Most people, as part of your daily routine, wake up in the morning and head straight to the bathroom. But, after no. 2, what if you find out that the toilet isn’t flushing? What do you do now? Do you: Use a plungerinside the toilet and see if that takes care of the blockage? Or
What to Expect From a Drain Inspection Camera
Friday, 25 September 2020
Often, it’s not difficult to find out when there is a problem with your sewage system, like if there is a gurgling sound coming from one of your drains or toilets. However, it may be horribly evident that there’s disgusting, raw sewage coming back up the drains. While finding out that there’s a problem can
Drain Inspection Camera System: Which One Is Right For You?
Tuesday, 15 September 2020
If you want your plumbing systems to function correctly, sewer channels need to be free of obstructions and buildup. This way, the wastewater can be taken away from residential and commercial buildings. Unluckily, there are channels within the comprehensive sewer network that aren’t accessible to expert plumbing contractors or city employees like yourself. Advanced sewer
Open Cut Trench Excavation: When Does It Become the Only Option?
Friday, 11 September 2020
The method of open cut trench excavation has been the most common, conventional method for sewer lateral replacement or repair. This method consists of excavating a trench for manually installing every piece of pipe. This kind of sewer work is applicable to heavy root blockages, severely broken pipes, and collapsed pipes. On average, the open