Ground Penetrating Radar Systems (GPRS) was recently called out to inspect a few culverts using CCTV sewer pipe video cameras for a contractor in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The contractor was assigned to clean the culverts that were blocked with dirt and debris. Once the culverts were cleaned, phase 2 of the video pipe inspection was ready to take place. The culvert access was approximately 20-30 feet down the side of the road and posed a unique challenge due to the steep decline and position of the sewer pipe.
GPRS Project Manager, James Haaker, was able to setup on the right side of the road. This was only possible due to the portability of the Enviosight RAX300 cable reel, VC500 controller, RX130 crawler and RCX90camera. A rope was tied down to the back of the van to help James put the crawler/camera and cable protection in place.Once the setup was complete the Rover traversed each pipeline with ease and identified any defects using the high-quality camera module that the RCX90comes equipped with.
Once the inspections were complete, they were uploaded to WinCanWeb and a downloadable link was sent to the contractor for viewing.
GPRS has many different subsurface inspection services including manhole inspections (Level 1&2), general CCTV inspection for pipe sizes ranging from 2” and up, cross bore mitigation, and NASSCO reporting and mapping. No job is too big or too small, so if you have an inquiry or need to schedule a CCTV pipe inspection in the Tulsa area please contact email@example.com or call213-215-1835.
Note: GPRS does not provide geophysical, geological, land surveying or engineering services. If you need such services, please contact an appropriate professional.