Sewer Camera Inspections perform a video inspection of a sewer line to determine where a problem is. Most cameras are designed to inspect sewer lines 4″ to 8″ in diameter. The camera head is attached to a stiff fiber-optic line, which is pushed into the sewer. The head of the camera is illuminated with LED’s to provide a light source. Once the camera operator has positioned the camera to view the source of the problem, the problem has to be located above ground. A transmitter embedded in the camera head allows the camera operator to locate the camera head above ground. If you find yourself in need of the sewer camera to solve your sewer problem, De Hart Plumbing is the one to call. De Hart Plumbing, serving Manhattan Kansas, Junction City Kansas and Wamego Kansas.
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