Pipe Inspection, Sewer Inspection Cable

Galaxy is a leading supplier of pipe inspection cable / sewer inspection cable.

Pipe Inspection Cable, Sewer Inspection Cable, Pushrod Cable

Pipe inspection camera cable - openGalaxy is a leading supplier of pipe inspection cable / sewer inspection cable, also called pushrod cable, usually fitted with a camera used inspect pipe and sewer systems. The need for pipe and sewer inspection cable is ever increasing, driven by municipalities that must constantly monitor their aging sewer and public drainage systems to ensure they are functioning properly and continue to be safe. Pipe and sewer inspection cable are utilized by the private sector too for various environmental engineering uses. The use of these systems provides accurate data as to the current state of a pipe or sewer system. It can save an enormous amount of money by pinpointing specific areas of concern to be repaired or updated. Galaxy has vast experience in the design and supply of pipe inspection cable and sewer inspection cable.

What is Pipe and Sewer Inspection Cable?

Sewer inspection camera cable - endPipe inspection cables and sewer inspection cables are also commonly referred to as pushrod cables or push rod cables. This term reflects the stiffness of the cable due to a fiberglass rod filler built into the cable. This fiberglass rod allows the cable to be easily deployed in the pipe or sewer line. This type of cable is commonly fitted with a camera system to inspect pipes and sewer lines. A camera system is typically attached to the end of the cable which allows an operator to see any cracks, imperfections, blockages or any other areas of concern. Another method of inspecting a pipe or sewer system would be to attach sensors to the cable. This too allows an operator to detect problem areas within a pipe system. Both methods are meant to be non-destructive and assist in pinpointing specific areas of concern. Whether a sensor or camera is used, Galaxy can provide the necessary cable to fit the requirements for this application.

Galaxy Differentiators / Advantages for Pipe and Sewer Inspection Cable

Galaxy has strong experience in helping design pipe and sewer inspection cables, assisting numerous customers solve their inspection cable problems. Customers often reach out for assistance because their current cable is breaking, too stiff or cannot reliably transmit a signal. Galaxy understands the environments that these cables will be used in and can recommend the right types of compounds and materials required to ensure the final cable design will work as intended. Pipe/sewer inspection cables must be able to handle extreme and harsh environments, so these cables are designed and built to be tough. If it’s a flexibility issue and a new insulation and/or jacket compound is needed, Galaxy knows how to guide customers through the selection process. If it’s a tensile strength issue that is causing the current cable to fail, Galaxy can provide solutions to ensure that the cable functions as it was intended to and the end product provides the desired results. Galaxy’s Sales Engineers regularly work with customers to provide the highest quality pipe and sewer inspection cable while remaining cost effective.

FAQs about Pipe and Sewer Inspection Cable

Does Galaxy offer pipe / sewer inspection camera or sensor systems?

No, Galaxy is not a manufacturer of complete turnkey inspection systems. However, Galaxy can work with customers to utilize in-house assembly capabilities to attach either camera systems or sensors to the pipe and sewer inspection cables. Contact Galaxy for more information.

Do all pipe inspection cables / sewer inspection cables require a fiberglass rod filler?

No. In some cases, the cable used must be more flexible due the nature or complexity of the pipe or sewer system. In these instances, a fiberglass filler would not be desirable because would limit the flexibility of the cable.

Contact Galaxy Wire & Cable for Pipe and Sewer Inspection Cable

Contact Galaxy for further assistance with pipe inspection cable, sewer inspection cable, push rod cable and down hole cable.