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Plumbing Services in Sydney: How CCTV Pipe Inspection Works

As one of the leading providers of plumbing services in Sydney, G.F. James Plumbing uses advanced technologies, tools and equipment to get the job done right. WE use them extensively to minimise damage and destruction to the surrounding structures of the affected pipe.

CCTV_INSPECTIONS1-e1334872356434One of the techniques that we at G.F. James Plumbing use to accurately pinpoint the location of a damage inside a small diameter pipe is CCTV pipe inspection.

We use some of the latest CCTV tools and equipment. We have a wide range of CCTV cameras to be used for pipe inspections, as well as for many other applications.

We use a rigid equipment called See-Snake plus for piping systems that are anywhere between 40mm and 65mm. We also have pan and tilt camera to be used for big bore pipes, and other video inspecting equipment to allow us to do any type of pipe inspecting jobs.

With the use of CCTV pipe inspection, we are able to pinpoint where in the pipe the problem occurs and what type of problem we are exactly dealing with. With the help of a large LCD screen, LED lights and camera heads with detection equipment, we can take a closer and better look inside the pipe without drilling, digging and excavation, and still determine what the problem is and how best to solve it.

CCTV pipe inspection is the single, most cost-effective way to determining and repairing any type of pipe problems.

The footages that our CCTV inspecting device captures are recorded onto a USB so you can instantly review what was going on. We also use a copy of the footages for our analysis of which the data is used for reporting and repair recommendation.

For more information on getting your damaged pipe inspected with a CCTV camera, talk to us. Call G.F. James Plumbing of Sydney today on 02 9649 1099 to enquire.

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Geoff grew up in Berala near Lidcombe in Sydney and attended Birrong Boys High School where he finished his Year 10 school certificate. Geoff was encouraged by his uncle to consider plumbing as he had done a bit of plumbing work on weekends during his school years. DJ Childs Plumbing in Canterbury offered him a plumbing apprenticeship and he spent most of his time working on plumbing maintenance and new roofs on commercial sites. Geoff on Google+.