The latest in the Versatrax line of mobile robotic systems will let pipe inspectors see more than 6,000 feet down a pipe.
The Versatrax 300, the latest miniature crawler system from Inuktun Services Ltd., is designed to give buyers an advantage over other companies.
"There are not a lot of people with systems capable of going long distances," said Inuktun president Colin Dobell. "This gives our clients a competitive advantage with the ability to travel 6,000 feet."
The Versatrax 300 benefits from time-tested modular parts with added high-tech features. The system, which comes with tracks that are individually micro-controlled, can be run by a personal computer. Designed for use in hazardous areas, the Versatrax 300 features built-in temperature, current and humidity sensors to inspect pipes as small as 12 inches.
The Versatrax can be attached to a float to travel down water-logged pipes where visibility is a common problem. "It has new LED lighting that is much brighter and better for video-imaging,' said Dobell.
Inuktun has been using the Versatrax's track modules since 1994 and its camera since 2002. The updated version uses a new chassis to make changing the setup for different pipe sizes easier.
Canadian-based Inuktun Services is an industry leading designer and manufacturer of modular, mobile robotic systems and components for use in hazardous areas, confined spaces and underwater applications throughout the world. For more information on the Versatrax 300 and Inuktun's complete line of precision technology, call 1-800-468-5886 or visit www.inuktun.com.