Collect valuable intelligence at low costs and minimum effort while cleaning!
The Sewer Robotics C70 camera nozzle records HD video while jet cleaning underground pipelines and integrates smoothly into cleaning workflows with its pressure-switched recording and automatic cloud synchronization.
Our robots are built for water jet cutting! Durable and with enough freedom of movement to apply a powerful water blast, directly to the material, under the right angle and with constant camera supervision from inside 150 – 1000mm (6 – 40”) pipelines.
How to remove a failed or collapsed CIPP liner? Simply with High Pressure Water Jet Cutting.
In this video a failed, partially uncured, liner with a massive wave (shark fin) at the bottom was removed from a 450mm (18”) host pipe with the Sewer Robotics WJ180 Water Jet Cutting Sewer Robot.
The calcium in this coated VCP 12″ sewer pipe was more than half the diameter of the inside of the pipe and had formed a “pipe in a pipe”. Pacific Sewer Maintenance broke that internal calcium structure into smaller manageable pieces for easy removal with a jetting truck. 600 feet of pipe back to 100 % capacity.
The Sewer Robotics mobile MH60 cable reel and CP3DP control unit were successfully used to remove over 5m (15ft) of concrete from an antique 500mm (20″) brick storm water pipeline inside one of London’s oldest subway station.
The enormous fatberg was found in UK sewers was approx. 330ft in length and 9.5″ (100m long and 25cm thick) and taking up half the flow capacity of the pipe. The gruesome fatberg was one of 30,000 sewer blockages a year in East Anglia – 80 per cent of which are caused by wipes and fats.
Years of mineral deposits leaving a layer of calcite and narrow joints inside this 200mm (8”) clay sewer main pipeline.
Water jet cutting applies a high pressure low volume water blast from a special designed crawler with camera and pan and tilt nozzle to remove the calcium without adding damage to the host pipe.
The R125 crawler with WJ125 water jet module, was used to remove the root infiltrations that this failed liner could not prevent from infiltrating this 6 inch (150mm) sewer mainline.
Fat and grease from various upstream located restaurants had settled inside this 12” (300mm) concrete sewer main line until the pipe flow was eventually blocked.
Precision water jet cutting with 7,250psi (500bar) water pressure was used with a rotary nozzle to remove the solidified fat and grease deposits fast and accurate.
Concrete slurry with aggregate was poured into 250mm, 375mm and 450mm (10”, 15”, 18”) sewer mainlines after boring into an unmarked sewer line during ground stabilization work in a coastal condo development near Los Angeles. The concrete blocked the sewage flow from nearby Marina del Rey towards the treatment plant.
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