The VideoRay ROV (Remotely Operated Vehicle) is extremely effective for video inspections of potable water tanks, reservoirs, and pipes – without the use of divers and from a comfortable position on dry land. A simple chlorine solution rinse on the submersible and tether is usually all that is necessary for compliance for inspection use in potable water tanks or reservoirs.
Using the VideoRay eliminates the risk of human contamination and exposing divers to unsafe conditions. The agile and simple-to-pilot submersible can be equipped with up to 600 m (2,000 ft) of tether and captures high quality video and still images directly to the ROV computer's hard drive - easy to access, edit, and deliver in popular video and image formats.
The VideoRay is also effective in submerged pipe inspections as the pilot can fly along or inside the pipe checking for leaks and inspecting the integrity of welds.
The VideoRay makes tank and pipe inspections safer, more cost-effective, and more frequent while stretching budget dollars.
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.