Adler & Allan has invested in a new CCTV drainage pipeline inspection vehicle, allowing the group’s Environmental Services Division to offer large-scale drainage surveys and pipe analysis, with fully detailed compliant reports.
Independently powered and fitted with an ATEX Zone 2 Nitrogen purged rated camera inspection system, the vehicle is equipped to deal with any drainage issues, large or small, particularly suited to petrol forecourts and other hazardous environments.
Used to quickly identify blockages, surface cracks, displacements and collapsed systems, the van utilises pushrods and unique Proteus 360° vision capture crawler cameras, which include a variety of multi-terrain wheels and a host of reporting software solutions.
Supported by a JetVac combination tanker to assist in the clearance of blockages, using high-pressure water jetting, the CCTV vehicle offers a complete drainage solution package. Comprehensive reports are provided by Wincan VX software. Following reporting, Adler & Allan will recommend a remedial action plan to resolve any issues.
Bob Currie, divisional manager, from Adler & Allan, Manchester, said: "We are delighted to add this new CCTV vehicle to our fleet. It further enables us to meet the needs of our customers and expand on our existing service provision. As a growing business, Adler & Allan is dedicated to investing in knowledge, resources and staff, in order to evolve with existing and new clients.
"Our new capabilities for inspection and reporting gives us the unique position of delivering a total diagnostic and repair service to any business reliant on drainage, sewerage and pipelines."
The CCTV inspection vehicle is available to hire nationally, or on an emergency call out basis, manned by two fully trained engineers.