Pipeline televising programs provide a high-resolution perspective of your sewer and/or storm pipeline infrastructure. Our camera technicians are NASSCO certified for PACP, LACP, MACP and we provide accurate and quality data in an industry standard database to ensure the input of data into your GIS system.
CCTV Cameras enter the pipeline through a manhole and cameras are operated remotely by NASSCO Certified Operators while viewing a live feed to capture pipe defects and notate pipe conditions.
Duke's utilizes both traditional and new innovative AI technology to ensure the highest levels of quality assurance and quality control (QA/QC).
An additional service capability that is typically performed in conjunction with the CCTV inspection is pipeline cleaning which is essential for maintaining the proper functioning of sewer systems and ensuring the efficient flow of wastewater. Over time, debris, sediment, grease, and other materials can accumulate in wastewater pipelines, leading to blockages. Regular cleaning helps prevent and remove these blockages, ensuring the continuous flow of wastewater.
The debris in the sewer line is moved downstream by the Jetter nozzle. When the nozzle is inserted into the manhole and activated it propels itself up stream by virtue of the water jets. After it reaches a specific distance or “step”, it is pulled back to the downstream manhole by the hose reel. The debris is removed from the manhole by a downhole submersible pump.