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Steerable Drain Inspection Camera

Inspector® ZRK70 Steerable Drain Inspection Camera

The Inspector® ZRK70 is a multifunctional inspection sewer camera; endlessly rotatable and swerveable. The ZRK70 is thus ultimately suitable for the inspection of inlets and walls of drains and pipelines. The working range is from 110 mm to at least 500 mm!

OPERATION AND FUNCTIONALITY SEWER CAMERA ZRK70

Through its carefully chosen and tested shape, the ZRK70 sewercamera is simple to feed into and through a pipeline. The self-levelling function ensures that the image always remains ‘upright’. The head can rotate endlessly and swivel through 230 degrees, so that a pipeline can be fully inspected. 

The ‘socket test’ directs the camera perpendicular to the wall so that the pipe connections can be checked simply. By adjusting the focus exactly you get the images pin-sharp. Above ground, the camera head may be traced using the built-in 512 Hz transmitter. Two guides are available for larger pipes.

Using a special tool, it is possible to ‘steer’ the camera head into a side branch. The ZRK70 may also be used vertically or on a motorised trolley.

The Inspector® Steering Unit is an accessory which increases the funtionality of your inspection camera dramatically. Your Inspector® ZRK70 or special Inspector® 48 can now be ‘steered’.

By using the remote control (which comes standard with the ZRK70) you are able to rotate and bend this tool.

Inspector® Steering Unit

The Inspector® Steering Unit is an accessory which increases the functionality of your inspection camera dramatically. Your Inspector® ZRK70 or special Inspector® 48 can now be ‘steered’. By using the remote control (which comes standard with the ZRK70) you are able to rotate and bend this tool

Operation & Functionality

By bending and rotating the tool you are able to choose if you prefer to inspect a side branch or continue straight forward. The functionality of the camera is not limited by the Steering Unit.

This especially applies to the Inspector® ZRK70 where similar camera heads have a steering rod mounted on the front. This limits the swerve function, it cannot swerve to its most upper and lower position. A ZRK70 in combination with the Steering Unit has none of such limitations. A second point of advantage is the quick and easy way to interchange a standard spring with the Steering Unit and vice versa. This is done with a screw connection. Your Inspector® System can easily be adapted to any situation.