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Tank Inspection Cameras

  On average, tank inspection cameras rent 22.0 days for:

$8,888.89

Per Month
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  • $8,125

    Min
  • $11,875

    Max

$3,555.56

Per Week
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  • $3,250

    Min
  • $4,750

    Max

$888.89

Per Day
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  • $813

    Min
  • $1,188

    Max
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Features of tank inspection cameras

The camera offers a look at the tank that would have been impossible to see like this before. It allows business owners to have a better understanding of if and when they may need to replace a tank. This reduces the possibility of having a disastrous spill that could cause environmental hazards or loss of product. This type of inspection can work well for many different industries.

How tank inspection cameras work

These tools tend to be relatively easy to use, and they can get down into the tank easily to provide you with an “eyes on” inspection. These are remote control cameras that feature robotic arms that are placed into the tanks. The arm can then bend, move, and go through the tank to look down at the tank floor and to see what’s happening regarding the condition of the floor, and perhaps any sediment that might have settled there.

About tank inspection cameras

Do you utilize storage tanks that are full of water or other liquid? Are you worried that there might be some problems or faults with the bottom of the tank? It’s not always practical to drain the tank entirely and then get a look at it. Even then, it might not be possible to physically inspect the tank from inside depending on what is or has been stored inside of it. Instead, you want to use a tool like a tank floor inspection camera to provide you with the information you need.

Tank Inspection Camera Manufacturers

Companies making tank floor inspection cameras today include Hawkeye, Whistler, RIDGID, and Supco. As with other tank inspection tools, there are many manufacturers, and many makes and models available. You need to always make sure you are working with the right camera to meet your needs and ensure your tanks are in good shape.

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