Video inspections in wells can detect the construction characteristics of the well: the blind and filter pipes, the respective installation depths and any variations in diameter in the hole. The television probe which must be waterproof and resistant to the pressure generated by the water column above it is equipped with a special wide angle lens that allows detailed diagnosis of the coating. Any anomaly may not only be highlighted at a certain depth from ground level but may also be photographed or even filmed during the investigation. Performing a video inspection can determine the causes of the most common problems that can affect a well in the course of its productive life, such as the presence of sand and a decrease in water flow. Furthermore, it can detect abnormalities such as deterioration, deformation, corrosion, cracks and excessive deposit on the bottom. The well TV camera can assess situations of risk from degradation and the appropriate measures needed to repair the well.
Borehole camera delivers crystal clear colour imagery and is waterproof to a depth of 30m, and comes with a 30m distance-indicated push-rod cable, which identifies the precise location of the camera within the borehole.
The internal rechargeable batteries allow for over 3 hours of continuous cordless operation, and the unit has an integrated recording system as well as electronic distance measurement capability. Supplied with a heavy-duty light-weight carry case for protection and convenience.
New construction Inspection
Display the Quality of Work and Offer Customer Assurance
Determine Existing Well Conditions and Perform Preventative Maintenance
After Service Inspection
Verify Cleaning, Repairs, Track Well Conditions, and Compliance
Establish Well Conditions at Transfer of Ownership
Ground Water Monitoring
Determine Quality, Mineral Conditions, Geological Strata, etc.
Recover Lost Tools
Locate and Retrieve Lost Tools