QuickZoom III from CUES promoted for septic tank inspections

QuickZoom III from CUES promoted for septic tank inspections

QuickZoom III from CUES promoted for septic tank inspections 

A camera can offer an accurate and efficient diagnosis of a septic tank issue, which in turn can reduce on-site time requirements and labor costs for pumpers called out on an inspection. A CCTV camera inspection can give a true picture of tank condition or blockages so the pumper can identify a problem and offer a solution to return the septic system to correct operation.

With that in mind, CUES developed a lightweight, portable, wireless digital video inspection pole camera that can be operated by one person. The QuickZoom III camera is designed to provide cable-free safe viewing in industrial or environmental areas with no man entry. The versatile unit allows the user to perform swift inspections and surveys of septic and holding tanks, pipelines, wet wells, manholes, sewer treatment plants, steam generators, tanks, vessels and other areas that are difficult to reach. It can also be used to locate lateral services or to identify blockages at manholes, access ports or other entry points without entering the line or structure.

“The QuickZoom III is unique because it records the video directly on the computer in the camera head, eliminating the possibility of intermittent video signal when recording to tablet,” says Pierre Mikhail, director – Manhole Inspection Division at CUES. “These pole cameras can be used to inspect septic tanks which are accessible and other applications such as oil and gas.”

The camera is mounted on a lightweight carbon fiber adjustable telescopic pole that extends up to 30 feet. The 1,080 pixel high-definition digital camera features a 360-to-1 zoom with built-in image stabilization and automatic focus, and it is operated using a tablet. It also includes distance to defect with laser and is powered by batteries that last more than five hours on a charge. According to Mikhail, the improvements the QuickZoom III offers over the company’s previous models are designed with the end user in mind.

“The QuickZoom III has been in development for one year, and it is a substantial upgrade from its predecessor — the QuickZoom II — with wireless technology and HD 1,080 pixel video,” he says. “The feedback on the prototype versions in the field is positive, and production versions are available. It was designed using customers’ feedback as our guide.” 800-327-7791; www.cuesinc.com


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