Multi-sensor inspection comprises any combination of inspection technologies, such as camera, sonar and laser. The key is to present the data in an efficient, easy-to-understand format that accurately describes corrosion, sedimentation and structural defects. HUSA has significant experience with several multi-sensor technologies offering the following capabilities:
- Continuous & simultaneous data collection
- Bypass pumping not required
- 24″ ≤ Sewers ≤ 120″
- Continuous inspections ≤ 7,000 feet
- Easy to interpret data
Above the water surface, the laser measures wall loss due to corrosion, ovality and deflection versus design within the pipe. HD images (CCTV) are also recorded above the water level. Below the water surface, sonar determines lost capacity by calculating debris levels and volumes. Sonar also identifies major structural anomalies.
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April 21th 2015
The City of Goshen, IN selected Hydromax USA to perform a comprehensive survey using a combination of audible devices and state of the art sonic detection and computer correlation equipment. The survey will be conducted on approximately 193 miles of the City's water distribution system with 2419 main line valves, 1339 public fire hydrants and 301 private fire hydrants. Read More »
April 13th 2015
Visit us at the AWWA 2015 Annual Conference® & Exposition, ACE15, June 7–10, in Anaheim. Stop by Booth 214; please let us know if we can provide you with a complimentary Exhibit Hall Customer Pass* (email@example.com or 813-305-6610).
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April 13th 2015
Hydromax was selected to perform condition assessment of the City's water distribution system valves to provide essential information that will help to improve capital investment and O&M planning, provide continuity for critical systems, manage risk, and facilitate regulatory compliance. Read More »