A CCTV drain survey is a process that involves the use of a small camera to inspect the inside of drains and sewer lines. The camera is attached to a long, flexible rod, which is inserted into the drain through a small access point. As the rod is pushed through the pipe, the camera transmits detailed images to a monitor, allowing the operator to inspect the condition of the pipe.
CCTV drain surveys Essex are often used to diagnose drainage problems, such as blockages, leaks and collapsed pipes. They can also be used to assess the condition of a pipe prior to carrying out repairs or replacement.
Drain surveys are typically carried out by experienced drainage engineers, who will be able to interpret the images and provide an accurate diagnosis.