Specialised CCTV equipment can provide important information on the internal condition of underground assets such as blocked drains:sewers, storm water pipes and culverts.
Gold Medal Services has an iPEK CCTV camera coupled with WinCam software to inspect and record vision in conduits from 150mm to 600mm and up to 120 meters from inspection opening to inspection opening. Reports are provided on USB and hard copy.
Gold Medal Services provides the added value of having licensed and certifying plumbers on the team who understand the infrastructure they are surveying.
Our CCTV Operator holds a Statement of Attainment in NWP331B – Inspect conduit and report on condition and features issued by a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and based on WSA 05 Conduit Inspection Reporting Code of Australia.
Some of our recent projects include:
Laing O’Rourke/Bennett and Bennett – investigation of plumbing, sewer & storm water in preparation of a major infrastructure expansion at HMAS Coonawarra, including Darwin Navy Base and Larrakeyah Barracks
Lend Lease/John R Keith – CCTV inspection and report of new sewer infrastructure at the Delamere Weapons
Department of Defence/Aurecon Australia – CCTV inspection for a road maintenance project at Robertson Barracks.
Other camera inspection equipment we work with is the Ridgid Seesnake CS1000, this machine is capable of inspecting smaller pipes from 50mm up to 150mm and up to 30 meters. Gold Medal Services also utilise line locating tools to ensure if an area does need to be exposed for unblocking of drains, it is with pinpoint accuracy to ensure surrounding infrastructure is not damaged.
So if you have blocked drains no matter how big or small and you are wanting to clear them before the wet season arrives, give Gold Medal Services a call and we will ensure the job gets done right, the first time every time.
Gold Medal Services “Your Local Plumber and More” 8947 3000

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