Pipe Cameras

Straight-view camera chip, either fixed in position or self-leveling (internal rotation ensures the image is always right side up)
Pan and Tilt Cameras
Motorized camera head that rotates to look in different directions. Designed to complete a full survey of the line, especially in larger pipes
Pan-and-Tilt Pipe Camera head
Straight-view Pipe Camera Head
We carry many different types of pipe cameras, depending on your application and budget. We offer two major groups of products: Heavy-duty tools, built to handle the most challenging jobs, with increased performance and enhanced productivity, ideal for everyday use in harsh environments. Prosumer line of cameras featuring good image quality, easy-to-use design, ideal for medium-duty applications, or infrequent inspections.

Straight-view Pipe Cameras

Pan-and-Tilt Pipe Cameras

Comparison of pipe cameras

Miniflex Push Camera from Camtronics
Viper Push Camera
Anaconda Push Camera
Hathorn Push camera
Trogloprobe Push Camera

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Find the best pipe inspection cameras for your application

The best pipe inspection cameras for your needs. Our selection includes both portable and stationary pipeline and pipe inspection cameras. Talk to our technical advisors who are knowledgeable, we'll find the right equipment
Industrial Grade Pipe Camera M7

Pipeline inspection cameras

Pipe Camera can reach and explore difficult spots in wastewater systems, stormwater systems, pipelines of different kinds, drains, ducts, and other hard-to-see areas. That's why having a pipe inspection system at your disposal can save you time, money, and effort, as you won't have to spend time guessing where the problem lies. Instead, it gets right to the spot, inspects it, and gives you a clear idea of what needs to be done.
At Fiberscope.net, you can find a Pipe Camera that will fit your needs and budget perfectly. Whether for residential or industrial use, we have it all: pipeline cameras of different sizes and cable lengths; basic inspection devices that can be operated even by amateur users, or heavy-duty equipment to explore municipal wastewater systems. And in case you need any help using your Pipe Camera, we are fast to respond and provide you with professional assistance.

FAQ about piping cameras

What is a pipe inspection camera?

A pipe inspection camera is a special tool that helps people see inside pipes and quickly assess their condition from the inside. It has a tiny device on the end and usually an LED on the end, so you can see what's inside even if it's dark.

Pipe cameras help people inspect objects that are far away and hard to reach, especially in areas that are exposed to water (pipes, sewers, drains, etc.). Pipeline inspection equipment are also known as sewer cameras, snake cameras, and pusher systems. They are the best tools when it comes to remote pipe inspection from a distance. Many plumbing professionals consider pipeline camera inspection one of the most valuable tools in their industry. Sewer inspection cameras are often used underground to visually inspect underground pipes, pipelines and sewer lines. Therefore, these cameras are specially made waterproof so that operators can conduct optical inspections in all types of pipelines that are exposed to water. Such equipment is often used in all industries, municipal plants and other places.

Who uses cameras to inspect pipes?

Pipe inspection systems can be used by all kinds of professionals, including plumbers, sewer and drain cleaners, HVAC inspectors, pipe fabricators, environmental engineers, pipe welders, etc.

Pipe inspection cameras are not only needed by professionals for inspection tasks. Increasing productivity and efficiency is the main reason for the existence of pipeline equipment. It allows users to visually identify cracks, fractures, damage and corrosion with cameras and effectively save time and money to then use them for more important tasks. This is because once technicians know what the problem is and where it is located, they can use their professional skills or the help of others to fix it in the most efficient way possible. Using pipe inspection camera system in a watertight environment is easy and convenient - they are versatile tools that help with routine maintenance and inspection tasks in a variety of industries.

What is the best camera for pipe inspection?

The best camera for pipe inspection is the one that best fits your needs. Some devices are small and portable, while others are large and powerful. It depends on what you need to do.

When looking for a pipe inspection camera, it is important to consider the specific needs of the job and the environment in which the camera will be used. It is also important to consider factors such as cable length and videoscope head diameter, as well as the durability and stability of the camera so that it can withstand the rigors of everyday use. Image quality, camera head flexibility, recording capability, and battery life should also be considered.

Our company works on the principle of an individual approach to each client. This method allows us to successfully select equipment that copes with any level of tasks.

How much does a tube inspection camera cost?

Tube inspection cameras can be cheap or very expensive, but it depends on the type of camera you need and what you plan to use it for. Some cameras cost less than others. Talk to our managers and we'll find the right equipment for your budget and inspection needs.

Our company offers a wide range of pipe inspection cameras, with different cable lengths, heads of different diameters, a variety of functions and options. We can match you with models in a variety of price ranges to provide an affordable option without compromising on quality or features.

Do you have a tube inspection camera for rent?

Yes, you can rent a pipe inspection camera, sewer inspection tools, inspection camcorder and endoscopes from us.

What's the difference between a boroscope, endoscope, and tube exam camera?

A boroscope, endoscope, and tube inspection camera are tools that help people look inside objects, but they are used for different purposes. A boroscope is usually used to look at engines or cars, an endoscope is used to look at the body, and a conduit camera is used to look at pipes.
Reviews from our customers
Michael M.
«I'm glad i found it!»
The unit worked fine and did what we needed. Unfortunately it confirmed that we will need a new well eventually, the source of the sand we were searching for is coming in from an aquifer below the casing, so nothing that can be fixed easily. But at least we now know how deep the casing is, no one in the county had any records.

The nice thing is that camera went down the well without removing the supply pipe. When I inquired about hiring a well inspection service locally they said we had to get the pump pulled before they could inspect the well. It would be better with a rotating head to look around, but without spending $1,000 to pull and reinstall the pump, plus a day or two without water, it was a good investment to get a general view what's going on below, answered a lot of questions in a short amount of time. The only thing to note if you do get inquiries is that the well should be disinfected after the probing (we don't know where that camera has been, and that's our drinking water)
Vince Corbin
«The best option for our application»
I work for a mechanical contractor and recently we ran into an issue trying to find a scope that would be able to navigate an old Rickwell steam system. 3 inch buttweld steam, and 2 inch buttweld condensate. We knew the condensate was filling up and when drained there was sediment in the red rusty water. Find the leak we needed to run a scope in either end of the 2 inch pipe with a 200 foot scope. The total length of the pipe was somewhere around 323 feet. One end consisted of one elbow 70 feet in, followed by a second elbow 75 feet thereafter. The other end had two immediate back to back elbows followed by a third elbow within the first 29 feet. We own our own Rigid Seesnake for 2 inch pipe and above. The Rigid was not able to navigate any of the elbows. It consisted of a metal head slightly longer in length and the spring coil behind the head was a little wider that the 1.36" Drain Scope we received from Fiberscope. With the awesome help from the fiberscope.net service they provided us with the best option for our application. I highly suggest talking to these guys before ordering or Renting because they really know each scopes capability. The Drain Scope arrived on time and ready to go. It was easy to use and it was able to navigate all three 90 degree elbows on one end plus an additional 40 feet. On the other end it was able to navigate 70 feet and one elbow plus an additional 20 feet, which is really good considering the distance. Although we were not able to find the leak we were able to narrow it down to 40 feet that the leak was at which was fine in this application because we had quoted a customer to replace 60 feet. Given that the pipe was so rusted and rough the skid plate on the Drain Scope and the flexibility truly holds an advantage over the Rigid. We did not expect any scope to be able to navigate the entire pipe. It's nearly impossible to reach 200 feet and still get a solid push behind a camera considering the circumstances. Truly a huge help in an area where we couldn't even use thermal testing.
William A. Landefelb
Totally satisfied»
The camera system is working great for our purpose of pipe inspections. Very clear picture, plenty of light and we like the ability to record video to a SD card.

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Pipe Crawlers
• To Inspect Pipes Ranging from Ø4" to 120"
• Cable Length up to 4900 feet
• AC or Battery driven
• Industrial grade

Pipeline Inspection Cameras: Indispensable Tools for Pipeline Inspection

Pipeline inspection cameras are specialized tools used for remote visual inspection of the inside of pipelines and piping systems. These cameras are equipped with high-resolution cameras and powerful illumination systems, allowing them to produce detailed images of the inspecting area into pipelines.
Plumbers and contractors commonly use water pipe camera to inspect pipes and sewer lines for damage, leaks, blockages, and other problems. These cameras are also used to assess the condition of gas, HVAC, and chimney lines. In addition, they give a customer information they need to make informed decisions about repairs and other maintenance. Inspection cameras also can record the inspection data on USB or other storage devices, providing valuable documentation and added value to the customer.
Pipe inspection cameras are typically mounted on the end of a flexible push cable that is inserted into a pipe or sewer line, allowing the camera to capture high-quality video and images of the inside of the pipeline.

The camera head containing a video sensor and LED lights, is usually small and compact, allowing it to move in tight spaces and around corners and capture clear, detailed images of the pipe or sewer line.
The other end of the cable is attached to a spool/reel that houses it and allows it to be easily coiled and uncoiled onto a job site.

The reel is connected to a control box that contains a monitor and is used to operate the whole system and control its functions, such as panning/tilting, capturing data, and making text or voice notes.

Advantages of Using Pipeline Inspection Cameras

The advantages of using pipe survey cameras:
  • Non-Invasiveness
    Pipeline inspection cameras are entirely non-invasive, which means they can be used to inspect pipes without the need for physical access to them. This saves time, money, and effort, as traditional pipe inspection methods often require significant excavation and other invasive techniques.
  • Efficiency
    Pipe inspection device are highly effective tools because they can quickly and easily scan large sections of pipe in a short period of time. This means you can inspect more pipes in less time, which can help you save money and reduce downtime.
  • Safety
    Pipe inspection cameras are much safer than traditional pipe inspection methods because they eliminate the need for workers to enter a manhole or a pipe physically. This reduces the risk of injuries or accidents and can improve overall safety at the job site.
One of the key advantages of pipe inspection cameras is their portability. Many are designed to be small and easily transportable, allowing them to be taken to the job site and used in the field. In addition, they are designed to be rugged and hard-wearing to withstand the rigors of daily use in the field and provide long-lasting performance. They are also designed to withstand moisture and other environmental factors.

Most modern pipeline video inspection camera models also have a built-in rechargeable battery that allows for several hours of operation without recharging, providing flexibility in use.

Pipe camera inspection are an essential tool for plumbers, sewer and drainage contractors, and other professionals in the industry, ensuring they can quickly and easily inspect pipes and sewer lines and identify potential problems before they become serious. The latest, most affordable and rugged models are a valuable addition to any plumber, pipe inspection contractor's tool kit and an asset to the customer.
This video shows how the Miniflex Plumbing and Pipe Inspection camera makes at least 3 schedules 40 - 90° tight bends in 1.3" PVC pipes, and then 3 tight 90° turns in 2" pipes and then 2 turns in 3" pipes, all together it makes around 8 90s!

Why you should buy pipe inspection cameras from us

Nowadays, the pipe camera is an essential tool for inspecting pipes, drains, and other hard-to-reach areas. It can help you find problems in these areas and tell you what needs to be fixed. There are different types of pipe cameras for various purposes, and you can choose the right one based on your needs and budget. Some are more powerful and can be used for heavy-duty jobs, while others are easier to use and are suitable for average jobs or infrequent inspections. You can find these tube cameras at Fiberscope.net, and if you have questions or need help using them, our staff can help you.

We have all the necessary equipment for professional pipe inspections. We offer a wide range of high-quality cameras, perfect for pipe and pipeline inspections. We are manufacturers and official distributors, in addition, all of our cameras come with a 100% satisfaction guarantee, so you can shop with confidence. Our offices are located in the USA and Canada, so delivery to your home will be fast. We've been in the business for years and know everything about inspection chambers.

If you would like to learn more about our pipe inspection cameras or request a price, don't hesitate to contact us. Our staff is always happy to answer any questions you may have.
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