Industrial environments are often full of hazards that personnel must contend with during inspections. Radiation, confined spaces, and other unsafe working conditions often cannot be avoided. However, our inspection methods replaced manned crews with robots that are able to function within such hazards, minimizing risk and costs.

Our industrial services also extend to underground and underwater assets as well. Performing these inspections by conventional means is often a dangerous and costly undertaking, especially when divers are involved.

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Water Tank Inspection

Water Tank Inspection

Normally, when the submerged piping of a municipal water tank needs to be inspected to satisfy fire safety requirements, divers are sent in. However, submersible robots can complete the inspection in 3 hours without putting divers at risk for the same financial cost. The robot can estimate silt depth and assess the state of internal piping and structural components.

Storm Drain Inspection

Storm Drain Inspection

Manned storm drain inspections are often time-consuming and expensive projects to undertake. Due to the need for confined space permits or excavation, they can take up to 3 months and cost $720,000 to complete. In one such case, a nuclear insurance carrier required that a drain be inspected for cracks and have obstructions assessed. A robot was used to accomplish the task within 5 days while avoiding the need for costly permits and excavation.