The company offers the Rovver 900, a large-diameter pipe inspection crawler that features an adjustable viewing height range, excellent maneuverability and the power to inspect through rough terrain. It's an ideal inspection crawler for applications including wastewater and storm water lines, service water intake lines, and oil and steam lines.
The Rovver 900 can inspect pipes with diameters from 9 inches to 60 inches at distances up to 600 feet away. A pendant-controlled lift platform gives the operator the ability to raise the camera up to 6 inches from its base position to keep the camera above the fluid line as the crawler moves through the pipe. The camera can stay centered in the pipe for optimum magnification and undistorted inspection in any viewing direction.
This all-wheel-drive rugged crawler is high-powered to move easily over debris. Using the hand-held remote pendant the operator can also easily steer the crawler around multiple elbows and solid obstructions. The crawler's clutch, which can be disengaged using the remote pendant, releases the wheels allowing the operator to pull the crawler back free wheeling. The remote pendant also control's the crawler's focus, lighting and speed.
The unit's carries pan-and-tilt or forward-viewing color cameras as well as retrieval, sensing or sampling equipment.
The Rovver 900 is the company's latest addition to its Rovver family of crawlers. For smaller diameters, the company offers the Rovver 600 (minimum 6-inch diameter capability), the Rovver 400 (minimum 4-inch diameter capability), and the Rovver 200 (minimum 2-inch diameter capability).