CCTV drain camera

CCTV Drain Camera Inspection: Reasons to Conduct Them

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
The Maxprobe features on the back of a BlockBusters van

BlockBusters survey with Scanprobe!

BlockBusters Drainage and Plumbing Services have been a loyal and vocal customer of Scanprobe for many years now, and the last time we made some noise about them it was when they had recently purchased eleven brand new Maxprobe drain camera systems – we’d definitely call that “news worthy”. So it’s fair to say we
Get a Bigger Win with your WinCan survey

Get a bigger “win” with your WinCan survey

When WinCan first released a software package into the sewer inspection industry in 1990, they were able to boast that they “created this market“. 30 years and over 8,500 installs later, WinCan sits proudly at the top of the drain inspection survey market, and has been a popular feature on Scanprobe’s flagship pipeline inspection camera,

Drain surveys: Can I do them myself?

Did you recently move into a new house and just want to check it out, or is poor drainage bothering you, and you’re not sure what the problem is? If yes, try hiring someone to carry out a CCTV survey of your property drains. This survey will enable you to identify your drains need repairing

Maxprobe is here to stay

The Maxprobe drain camera is an evolving unit that frequently being enhanced. When it was initially launched in 2015, this CCTV inspection system had a relatively standard camera head in comparison to the standard of today. Since January 2017, the camera head has been upgraded to a 44mm self-leveler, with integral Sonde inside the camera

Choosing an ideal sewer camera

The sewer inspection cameras are extensively utilised by home inspectors, engineers, contractors, plumbers, municipal workers, and other professionals for inspecting regions that aren’t easy to spot. These regions may comprise insides of a drain, spaces behind walls, pipeline interiors, and other hard-to-reach places. So, if you want to buy a sewer inspection camera, you first
The blockage is one of the biggest fears about pipework . For many years, the pipes will tirelessly work to remove waste and water from your building like silent, cylindrical heroes. But when you get a blockage, it can be costly, disruptive, and worrying. Often, pipes are buried beneath the ground, so getting to them

Cowboys Beware: there’s a new Sheriff in town…

It’s 2019, not the Wild West, but yet somehow cowboys are still a problem in today’s society. Only in this case it is cowboy firms who are looking to trick the...