Robotic Pipe Crawler with Lifted Camera head and Extension Wheels
Remotely operated robotic pipe crawlers are mostly used in lines starting with 4 inch diameters and more than 500 feet in length. Designed with performance and reliability in mind, these robotic cameras can operate in the world's toughest environments. As a result, we supply these to a wide variety of industries throughout the world, where human access is hazardous or impossible, due to confined entry, or spaces.

Robotic Crawlers (Long Range Pipe Cameras)

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We understand that choosing the right robotic pipe crawler for your application is a complex decision that depends on your goals, needs and budget. Get in touch with our team and we help you to find the best solution that will meet your requirements and expectations.
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Large pipe crawlers preloaded with advanced features, including Full HD cameras with optical zoom and image stabilization, pressure sensors, an Inclinometer, a gyroscope ability to plot the pipe and measure damages, the ability to inspect extra-long distances and
Everything you need to perform an everyday visual inspection of your infrastructure without spending big bucks. Industrial grade quality with valuable features, including a fully portable design, a camera riser, pressure sensor, an Inclinometer, and the ability to navigate pipes as small as 4 inches.

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Robotic Pipe Inspection Cameras & Sewer Crawlers

Pipe inspection robots, also known as robotic pipe inspection cameras or sewer crawlers, are specialized tools used to inspect the inside of pipes and sewer systems. These inspections are often needed to identify problems such as clogs, cracks, and leaks that can cause damage or disrupt the flow of fluids in the system.

Crawler robot are special inspection systems that can be used to inspect pipes up to 6,500 feet long and 4 inches in diameter. The robotics are built to work in harsh environments, so they can be used to inspect different types of pipe in a variety of industries. The robot are also very rugged, reliable and suitable for use in difficult or hazardous environments where people cannot easily reach pipes for visual evaluation.

They are equipped with additional features such as high-resolution cameras with optical zoom or adjusting focus, pressure sensors, inclinometers, and the ability to measure damage in the pipe. Another valuable feature is interchangeable wheels of different sizes, providing lots of flexibility in inspecting pipelines of varying diameters. In addition, these cameras can accurately inspect pipes and store inspection data for later viewing and reporting.

Robotic pipe inspection with our long-range cameras. Take advantage of our visual pipe inspection robots and sewer crawlers to increase efficiency and accuracy in your pipeline visual inspection.

Our long-range pipe cameras are ideal for inspecting large pipes and sewer systems. Thanks to advanced robotic technology, our pipe inspection robots allow efficient and accurate diagnosis of problems without the need for costly excavation work. Our range includes crawler inspection cameras and robotic sewer cameras designed to work in harsh environments and capture high-quality footage. Contact us, and we'll find the perfect one for your needs.

FAQ about pipe inspection robots

What are pipe robotic crawlers or robots?

Pipe inspection robots, also known as robotic pipe inspection cameras or sewer crawlers designed to navigate through pipes or other confined spaces, such as ducts and tunnels, to perform visual condition assessments. These robots are equipped with wheels or tracks that allow them to move through pipes with even some sediments and debris. Such inspections are often needed to identify problems such as clogs, cracks, and leaks that can cause damage or disrupt the flow of fluids in the system.

Robotic inspection cameras contain a camera head attached to a mini tractor on wheels or tracks, a tether on a winch, and a control unit with a monitor. That allows them to move through pipes and sewer systems. In addition, they can be controlled remotely and move in narrow and curved spaces, making them ideal for inspecting hard-to-reach areas.

How long-range pipe vision cameras (robot crawlers) help on the job?

They can inspect and diagnose sewer and pipe problems faster and more accurately than traditional methods. As a result, these cameras can help customers identify issues in their pipes or drains, such as clogs, cracks, and leaks, so they can be fixed before they cause further damage.
Camera robots help save time and money by reducing the need for manpower and labor-intensive traditional methods. For example, users can use camera images to plan repairs or upgrades to their pipes or sewer system. This will help them avoid costly repairs or downtime in the future.
In some cases, users may be required to have their pipes or sewer system inspected regularly to ensure regulatory compliance. A long-range pipe camera can help them meet these requirements promptly and cost-effectively.

How much does it cost to rent a pipe crawler?

The cost of renting a robotic pipe camera can vary depending on the specific camera you rent, the length of the rental period, and other factors. To find the best deal, leave a request or give us a call. We will find the best solution for your needs and budget.

Remember, renting a pipe crawler may be more cost-effective in the short term, but buying the one may be more cost-effective in the long term if you plan to use it frequently.

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Robotic crawler pipe inspection camera

Robotic inspection cameras have small cameras and wheels or tracks that allow them to move through pipes and sewer systems. They can be controlled remotely and can move in narrow and curved spaces, making them ideal for inspecting hard-to-reach areas.

A pipeline inspection robot, also known as a robotic sewer crawler, utilizes industrial technology to inspect pipelines, culverts, and sewer systems efficient and cost effective manner. These robots are designed to move through pipes of different diameters, using a combination of wheels or tracks to move through space, while cameras and other sensors are used to inspect the inside of the pipeline.
A pipe inspection crawler is a specialized device used for inspecting and assessing the condition of pipes, particularly those that are difficult to access physically. These devices typically consist of the following components:

  1. Tractor: The main body of the pipe robot, which houses the various components and mechanisms of the device. The crawler body is usually designed to be compact but not lightweight to maneuver through pipes of varying sizes and create enough friction to be able to pull a tether.
  2. Camera and lights: Pipe robots are equipped with cameras and lights that allow operators to see the inside of the pipe and inspect its condition.
  3. Wheels or tracks: A pipe robot is typically equipped with wheels or tracks that allow them to move through the pipe. The systems we offer are all-wheel drives and can be controlled remotely by the operator.
  4. Winch with a flexible cable: a pipe robot can inspect longer distances of pipes, as they are less limited by the length of the push cable like a push camera is.
  5. Sensors: Some systems come with various sensors, such as temperature sensors, transmitting sonde, and inclinometer, that can provide additional information about the pipe's condition.
  6. Power source: Robots typically require a power source, which an internal battery or an external power supply can provide.
  7. Control unit: The robotic pipe crawler is typically controlled by a separate control unit with a monitor, which allows the operator to see the inspection process, make notes, maneuver the device through the pipe, and control its various functions, such as camera rotation. The control unit may be connected to the pipe crawler by a cable or wireless.
The in-pipe inspection robot can also be upgraded with a non-destructive testing (NDT) sensor, which can be used to inspect pipeline sections for damage or corrosion.

The pipeline crawler is a flexible and adaptable system that can be configured according to the needs of different industrial applications. It has a modular structure that allows the operator to add or remove various components as needed. The robot is also designed to be easy to deploy and operate and provides the operator with real-time data that can be used to make decisions about the condition of the pipeline.

The pipe robot, or robotic (crawler) sewer camera, is valuable for any industrial application requiring in-pipe inspection. With its advanced technology, high mobility, and adaptability, it can provide detailed and accurate information on the condition of pipes and sewer systems. The robot is suitable for a variety of pipe types, from small diameter (4") to large diameter (120"), as well as long pipelines.
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Advantages of long-range pipe cameras (robotic cameras)

Long range pipe cameras (robot crawlers) have many advantages over traditional pipe inspection methods, including:
  • safety contractor worker
    Safety and efficiency
    Being able to access pipes and sewers that are difficult to access with traditional methods. These cameras are easy to use and can be controlled remotely, which means technicians don't have to physically reach into pipes or sewers to perform inspections. This reduces the risk of accidents and makes the process faster and more efficient.
  • Fast inspection
    Find problems in pipes quickly
    Able to inspect and diagnose problems in pipes and sewers faster and more accurately than traditional methods. The crawlers bring a camera to visually assess the pipeline on distances that regular push cameras cannot reach. This allows technicians to identify problems more accurately and make better repair recommendations.
  • Cost-effective inspection
    Using a robotic crawler for inspection can be cost-effective, especially compared to traditional methods such as excavation or manual inspection.
    In most cases, the benefits of using a robotic pipe crawler, including faster inspection times, improved accuracy, and reduced labor and equipment costs, make it more cost effective than traditional inspection methods.

Why you'll benefit from buying pipe inspection robots from us

Consider buying long-range pipline cameras from because:

Options: we offer a range of pipe inspection robots, including robotic crawler inspection cameras, to meet the needs of various customers. Our crawlers can be customized and feature a modular design where you can add upgrades depending on your application.

Expertise: our team has extensive knowledge and experience in pipeline inspection and can provide customers with the guidance and support they need to select the right camera for their needs.

Quality products: we make some products ourselves, as well as sourcing products from trusted manufacturers, so customers can be assured that they are getting high-quality, reliable robotic cameras that will stand the test of time.

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