Inspection camera system SeeSnake nanoReel
Pipe camera for the visual inspection of particularly small access ways or bores using a nano camera head of 6.3 mm
Special features: Very small diameters of only 6.3 mm for the probe cable and 15.5 mm for the camera head. Thanks to these slight dimensions the SeeSnake nanoReel copes with several 90° arcs from 30 mm upwards without difficulty. Even inspection areas, which can only be accessed over little entranceways or bores, can be examined using this camera without difficulty. The guide balls included in the scope of delivery not only help to centre the camera head and to keep it away from contaminations on the tube sheet, but thanks to their smart design also enable a non-blocked passage of the probe tip in unwieldy pipe bends.
Since the nanoReel is moreover as standard provided with a location transmitter integrated in the camera head, this inspection system is ideally suited for the precise localization and measuring of tight and winding supply networks even over longer distances.
Full-featured hand-held inspection camera as a display unit
Instead of housing a permanently integrated monitor, SeeSnake nanoReel is designed as current-supplying display unit that can be used in combination with a micro CA digital inspection camera. Both systems can be directly ordered as an inexpensive complete set.
This way, you can cleverly extend the range of applications of your pipe camera, for the inspection cameras micro CA-350 and micro CA-350x are no mere display units, but full-fledged digital inspection cameras that can also be used autonomously for video or photo documentation.
Should you already own a micro CA digital inspection camera, the pipe camera can also be ordered separately for the combined application.
Leak detection and more – if cleverly combined
SeeSnake nanoReel comes with an integrated 512 Hz transmitter which – when used in combination with the pipe detector SR-24 – additionally allows you to detect the entire pipeline course during an inspection and to precisely locate the exact damaged spot.
By combining both measuring devices you can benefit from the possibility of performing restoration work at leakage points in a damage-reducing way and of non-destructively determining the unknown course of leak-free lines!