VideoRay P4 PW 300BASE (Potable Water ROV Configuration) prepares for an inspection dive.
A simple chlorine solution spray on the ROV and tether is all you need to comply with inspection standards.
Kevin Gardiner of MBA Tanks based in New Castle, Delaware, prepares a VideoRay Pro 4 for an elevated tank inspection.
The VideoRay Pro 4 (in the bag on the left) being raised to the top. The control panel and operator are comfortable in the van below.
The VideoRay Pro 4 High Intensity LED lighting illuminates the internal tank structure.
The 160 degree vertical tilt camera and the mountable external camera on the Pro 4 can get a visual on any portion of the tank interior.
Close-Up snapshot from the Pro 4 - all images and video are captured directly to the hard drive.
Yes, the VideoRay ROV will fit in there. Better it than a diver.
VideoRay Pro 4 close-up still image of some interior tank corrosion on a seam.
With up to 2,000 ft of tether available on the Pro 4 you'll reach any tank interior.