Sonar technology uses an accoustic beam to profile the interior of liquid-filled pipes. It is a reliable inspection technology used to inspect sewers below the water surface and is generally used:
- on fully submerged pipes or siphons
- when bypass pumping is impractical
- to quantify debris or sediment in a line
- to identify major structural anomalies
- in pipes ≥ 18″
Sonar equipment can be skid, float or tractor mounted. HUSA has portable systems mounted on all-terrain, amphibious vehicles for sites with challenging access issues.
September 21th 2012
To support growing business on the West Coast, HUSA has expanded operations with an office in Burlingame, CA. In addition to serving as a storage depot for a fleet of wastewater and gas service crews, the new facility serves as an extension of our Louisville data center. Click here for appropriate contact info and click here for career opportunities.
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July 1th 2012
HUSA is providing field services for a full-blown SSES project for the NSA Mid-South facility in Millington, TN. The project consists of temporary flow monitoring at nine locations, 480+ manhole inspections, 130,000 linear feet (LF) of smoke testing and 35,000 LF of CCTV inspection. Read More »
June 15th 2012
Hydromax USA's lateral inspection services were the cover feature article in the June 2012 issue of WaterWorld, an international publication Read More »