Camera Centering Device

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Definition - What does Camera Centering Device mean?

A camera centering device is a tool attached to push rod cameras to help center the camera. Trenchless rehabilitation methods utilize closed-circuit television cameras and push rod cameras in order to gain visual access into pipes where otherwise inspection would be impossible.

Cameras of different sizes and maneuverability are available that can be sent into sewer drains of different diameters to inspect and pinpoint problem areas for the purpose of cleaning and repair.

Trenchlesspedia explains Camera Centering Device

The centering device on push rod cameras centers the camera lens to the pipes axis. This enables the sight of the camera to be positioned in such a manner that all the walls of the pipe are inspected. The centering device can also be used to draw the plan of a sewer network while recording correct dimensions.

Advanced technology in CCTV inspection has enabled trenchless technology to work even in very restricted and challenging conditions.

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