CCTV camera surveys enable inspections to be carried out in drains, sewers, ducting, culverts and tanks without the need for human access.
Our highly qualified CCTV operators use state-of-the-art equipment to deliver high-resolution, full-colour surveys.
Benefits of a CCTV survey
- Accurate assessment. With our CCTV survey you can clearly and accurately view the condition of inaccessible assets. Our surveys form part of initial assessments and regular maintenance programmes
- Fast results. CCTV identifies damage and blockages quickly, so that the right maintenance can be carried out without delay. With our “Wincan Web” Cloud Portal, results can also be viewed remotely online, for faster decision making
- Safer, cheaper surveying. Using CCTV can reduce or remove the need for human access to confined spaces – making it a safer and cheaper option. See also Mobile/Handheld Laser Scanning
- Integration with topographic survey for 3D analysis
CCTV survey applications
CCTV can be used to survey numerous inaccessible areas, including:
Our expert CCTV service
We supply a comprehensive suite of equipment and highly-qualified operators.
- Full mainline self-levelling colour camera systems with pan and tilt facilities
- Crawler mounted camera systems to inspect a range of pipe sizes
- Push rod camera systems to inspect smaller pipe sizes
- Remote/portable CCTV survey units
- Self-contained battery operated CCTV systems
- Handheld camera systems to inspect large size culverts and tunnels
- “Wincan VX” reporting software
- Operators trained to WRc OS20X and OS21X standards (MSCC5)
- PTS-trained surveyors
We make digital recordings of our surveys, which can be viewed in conjunction with the inspection assessment via a web portal with “Wincan Web”.
Confined space working
Glanville’s staff are trained to the very highest City & Guilds standards and have extensive experience and knowledge with working in confined spaces.
Our Managers are certified to 6150-61 City & Guilds Confined Space Management standards. This authorises them to prepare and sign off documented risk assessments and method statements, fully compliant with current legislation.
Where access is challenging or traversing is required our crews can be supported by our City & Guilds certified in-house rescue teams, who are equipped with the latest equipment and technologies.