Electronic Drain Locating
Drain & Fault Location
Serving the community since 1959
Locating underground drains and pipes in Sydney used to be a frustrating and time-consuming process requiring a lot of guess work and in many cases unnecessary excavation.
Today we use electronic locators to find sewer pipes and stormwater drains. In addition to locating the exact position of the drain we can also provide direction and depth information. With this detailed information we can provide accurate location information for main lines, branch lines, junctions, sewer connection points, cleanouts, inspection openings and shafts, concealed stormwater pits, boundary shafts, pipe faults and tree root intrusion location just to name a few.
Accurate Drain Location
Our CCTV drain cameras operate a small transmitter installed inside the camera head assembly which transmits a signal back to ground level where we can accurately determine using an electronic locator the location, depth and direction of the pipework we are visually inspecting. With this visual and location information, we can not only show you the problem but also give you the information to answer all your questions and also give us the information to accurately determine the best and most cost-effective solutions. Without a doubt, electronic locators are one of the best costs and labour-saving devises ever invented.
Benefits Of Electronic Drain Locating
Sewer pipes and drains can be traced through concrete slabs, earth, footpaths and roads
Electronic location eliminates guess work when finding sewer and stormwater drains
Once the issue has been visually identified electronic location verifies its position
Location information is essential when finding sewer cleanout and IO access points
Sonde transmitter allows for accurate location, depth, and direction information
Location equipment can locate clay, cast iron and PVC sewer or stormwater pipes
Pipe location produces fast accurate results by pinpointing the cause of drain blockages
Locating sewer drains will prevent damage due to building and excavation activities