We all know that feeling. You have been to to the doctor and they say something along the line of exploratory exam. You quiver in your seat because you’ve seen medical shows and you know what that means. It means that you’re going to be the star of your very own home movie, with a very limited audience appeal and hopefully no encore screenings. That’s what lies ahead of you and a fibre optic camera. On the other side of that is one of the most pleasant and relief-inducing feelings in the world, unblocking a blocked drain. I mean that in the literal sense of the world we have gone off medical talk. Blocked drains are a pain in the sewerage system and drain cameras are a great way to remedy blockages and put a stop to those stops.
One of the most cost effective and non invasive ways to perform drain unblocking in Melbourne, a drain camera is a highly sought after piece of equipment for any professional plumber. Instead of having to expensively cut up large chunks of ground, modern plumbing is using technology to help locate precisely where sewerage blockages are coming from, thereby greatly decreasing unnecessary excavation work.
Most modern drain cameras have extendable bodies with revolving heads that allow direct streaming of the CCTV signal to the monitors allowing a clear view of the size, location and nature of the blockage. No more flying blind when you have this baby, am I right? I know I am. Many drain camera inspections are encoded onto DVDs as well, for playback analysis and I assume to show to dinner guests. I know I’d be doing that; I’d love that stuff and so would my guests. But we would not love to have to pay for expensive drain excavations when they could have just used these handy drain cameras to check on the block first and foremost. That’s what I would do.