How does a push cam work in a sewer line?
For sewer inspections, cameras are used to diagnose blockages, identify cracks and corrosion, and check the overall condition of the pipes.
Push Rod Cameras are typically used to inspect the inside of pipes, sewer lines, and other hard-to-reach areas. In the case of sewers, the device is inserted into the pipeline through an access point, such as a manhole, and then pushed through the pipe with a semi-flexible rod. The equipment allows the operator to see the sewer line's condition, including any blockages, cracks, or other damage.