Ridgid plumbing cameras have become a mainstay of the plumbing and maintenance industry over the years. Previously, drain cleaners were forced to go in blind. There was an element of trial and error involved, as they had to work their way through obstacles without knowing what they were up against. But now with the use of these cameras, drain cleaning technicians can go in knowing what they are facing and tackle the problem efficiently.
Plumbing cameras work as an attachment to a cable, which is then sent down the drain. The camera sends back feed, which allows you to assess what kind of blockage is in the drain. There are various types of Ridgid plumbing cameras and each offers something different. Whether doing maintenance work in the sewer mainline or just cleaning a blocked drain, there is a model suitable for inspection needs.
Ridgid plumbing cameras can be divided into three types i.e. micro, compact and standard. Read on to learn the pros and cons of each type.
Micro or hand-held models have a small hand-held screen with a cable attached to it. You must lower the cable into a drain, while it feeds video to the screen. The main advantage of micro Ridgid plumbing cameras is that they are small and portable. They are great for small jobs, but since they are so small, they lack the functionality of reaching longer distances. You can expect a hand-held model to reach around 3 to 30 feet. For small inspection jobs, micro cameras are the best.
Compact camera systems are bigger than the micro models but are still portable enough for you to be able to transport them from one place to another easily. Their cable length is longer and can reach about 100 feet. The cable is also flexible enough so that you can work it around bends. This is especially useful if you are a professional drain cleaner.
Standard Camera Systems
The standard camera system is a camera head on a fiber optic push cable. All types of monitors are also available separately so that you can view the feed. These cameras have longer reaches, almost 3 or 4 times the reach of a compact camera. The push cable is wound around a reel, so you can easily move it from one place to another. Ridgid’s SeeSnake line of standard cameras is an industry standard in the drain cleaning business.
Get Your Ridgid Plumbing Cameras From Duracable
Duracable offers the complete range of Ridgid plumbing cameras including reels, cables, cameras, monitors, recorders and transmitters. With amazing versatility and durability, these cameras are the best bet for a dependable, long-lasting drain inspection system.
You can watch your captured video instantaneously or record for later. Watch them on your computer or share them over the Internet with your peers and get instant feedback. Inspect drain lines as narrow as ¾ inches or as wide as 12 inches. No matter what you are looking for, you can always depend on Ridgid plumbing cameras to give you the view that you need.
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