Drain Medics use the Rovion Tractor system from Ipek and Wincan V8 software for all CCTV pipe inspections; this is the most widely accepted by local councils and sets the benchmark for the industry. The modular design of the tractor camera allows us to adapt to various diameters with diverse material and conditions.Tractor cameras are used to inspect pipes ranging from 100 mm diameter and up.
A water jetter is a drain clearing machine that combines the use of a motor and pump to deliver water at very high volumes and pressures to cut whatever is in its way. There are many variations on Jetters. High pressure jetting machines are well suited to both domestic and commercial applications. Coupled with the correct cutting tips and used with well trained technique these machines can be undefeated at clearing drains.
For pipes smaller than 150mm we use a Push Camera and Ridgid SeeSnake reels. Travelling around tight bends is an easy task with SeeSnake reels and cameras – tough, durable and highly effective in even the most inaccessible of places.
Drain Medics use Ridgid Navitrack II to pinpoint defects seen in CCTV Surveys prior to excavation, to locate buried chambers, septic tanks and interceptor traps they are also useful for working out the depth of a system at a certain point.
We can repair broken or leaking pipes without digging in most cases, saving $$$s for pipes that run under buildings or driveways.
Pipe patching requires specialised equipment to assess the problem, prepare the pipe and complete the patching. Drain Medics have the tools and the expertise to effectively fix the pipe.
RootX is a simple, cost-effective and proven way to kill pipeline roots in residential sewer lines, storm pipes and septic systems.
RootX uses the aquatic herbicide Dichlobenil. It’s non-caustic, non-fumigating and non-systemic, and it contains no diquat dibromide, copper sulfate or metam sodium. RootX carries the signal word CAUTION, the lowest chemical hazard rating according to the ISO 3864-2 standard for hazard severity panels.
Michael, Noosa Shire Council