The latest Crystal Cam Push Camera from Inuktun Services Ltd. comes with added durability, which lets pipe inspection companies save time and money. The virtually indestructible camera is currently being used by companies in Canada, USA, Asia, South America and Australia.
"These cameras often take a lot of abuse," said Colin Dobell, president of Inuktun Services Ltd. "But the Crystal Cam is almost indestructible. The cameras are formed in a vacuum in epoxy. With no airspace and no moving parts there is very little that can break," Dobell said.
The Crystal Cam can even survive to depths of 1,000-feet underwater or being run over by a car, according to Dobell.
The system is easily maneuvered into pipes 2in/5 cm in diameter and can be used for lateral or mainline pipe inspections up to 300ft/90 m, duct inspection, chimney inspection, and for manhole safety inspections.
The Crystal Cam Push Camera also features 12 high-intensity LEDs for variable lighting. And, the latest model is built with a keyboard entry feature allowing users to type messages onto the video image. Video annotation allows pipe inspectors to document their notes right on screen while the inspection is being carried out. The new cable reel provides increased durability in a portable package.
Canadian-based Inuktun Services is an industry leading designer and manufacturer of modular, mobile robotic systems and system components for use in hazardous areas, confined spaces and underwater applications throughout the world. For more information on the Crystal Cam Push Camera and Inuktun's complete line of precision technology, call 1-800-468-5886 or visit www.inuktun.com.