Services

Inspection

Inspections by camera are a must for proper network diagnosis. Regardless of the nature of the assignment, the InspecVision team will propose appropriate and optimal solutions to gather all the data the client needs.

Installation or repair work

InspecVision can inspect sewer systems following installation or repair work while meeting the standards established by the Bureau de normalisation du Québec (BNQ) (BNQ 1809-300 and BNQ 3680-125). These inspections are also certified according to the Pipeline Assessment and Certification Program (PACP).

Accurate, thorough, and timely reports!

Post-inspection reports present an accurate picture of the functional and structural condition of the sewer system and provide recommendations for any necessary corrective work. InspecVision uses the full CTSpec software service and the cloud viewer to participate in real-time work and meet all industry standards.

InspecVision is aware of the importance of report deadlines and accuracy; we are therefore committed to always delivering reports in a very timely manner without sacrificing the quality of the report information. Customers will receive a clear, accurate, and complete report.

With our trucks equipped with state-of-the-art technology, our technicians/analysts can also produce real-time PACP/MACP-certified reports for construction contractors who request them.

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Our cameras

InspecVision uses specialized cameras for all inspection and diagnostic work.

  • Self-propelled camera (diameter of 150 mm and over); adjusts to any possible diameter
  • Drain camera (diameter of 50–200 mm)

Inspection types

Sewer system inspection

InspecVision specializes in inspecting and assessing the condition of existing water and sewer systems. With self-propelled cameras and cutting-edge technology, InspecVision can make a diagnosis after inspecting the network. To properly determine required actions and resolve problems, a detailed report clearly identifying anomalies and other deficiencies is provided after the inspection.

Regular network maintenance can limit the need for emergency action that is frequently much more costly.

PACP/MACP-certified inspections – Report signed by an engineer

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Manhole inspection

A remote manhole inspection is performed to verify the condition of the sewers and make appropriate diagnoses.  With the 360°-view cameras, MACP standards, and CTSpec software, InspecVision can submit certified reports and correct any anomalies noted during the inspection.

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Pipe ovalization check

InspecVision can also check for pipe ovalization by using templates designed specifically for every pipe diameter. This check serves to detect any distortion exceeding the permissible percentage.

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Slope calculation

InspecVision also uses their self-propelled camera to calculate slopes in your network with absolute precision depending on its condition. A report is then provided.

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Pipe surveying

Self-propelled cameras are particularly useful for drawing up the survey plan for your sewer network. The cameras are equipped with locators for accurately measuring and mapping out your infrastructure.

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Electric network inspection

InspecVision’s cameras and technical equipment can produce high-quality images of any underground electrical network. A detailed report meeting the client’s requirements is then submitted. This report contains the data necessary for profiling a company’s electrical network or making any network changes.

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Post-flood sanitary and water-infiltration inspection

Floods can put your infrastructure in jeopardy. For this reason, post-flood inspections are required to verify the condition of your entire network.

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Drain inspection

When a drain appears blocked or obstructed, an inspection is required to properly diagnose the source of the problem and provide the necessary solution.

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360° camera inspection

Take advantage of our 360° camera inspection technique, which uses a specialized camera to provide a panoramic view of the underground infrastructure. This type of inspection is particularly useful for examining access wells because it allows inspectors to pause the imaging and zoom in on a deficiency or other anomaly to see it in more detail.

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