Intelligent Drainage Solution Ltd uses the very latest technology and software to carry out remote CCTV drain surveys and Man Entry techniques in a variety of environments, including potentially hazardous situations where only intrinsically safe equipment can be deployed.
Specialist Highways Surveys are undertaken in accordance with CS 551 and CD 535 taken from the Asset Data Management Manual (ADMM). Our Survey findings will be made available for upload to DDMS with round-tripping of previous data. Various CCTV equipment is available to meet the Zone 2 and Zone 1 classification for working in potentially explosive atmospheres .
Key features of IDS Ltd CCTV drain and sewer surveying service:
- Wincan reports (including Wincan VX Expert)
- HADDMs capability (DDMS & Round Tripping available)
- OX19/OS20 trained CCTV surveyors
- Online reporting/storage system.
- 50 mm to 2 metre diameter pipes surveyed
- Up to 300 metre length of pipes can be surveyed from one location
- Explosion proof cameras available (Zone 1)
- Flotation devices for surveys within pipes with high water levels
Through our experience in digitising paperwork’s using our on-board CCTV Unit vehicles facilities, we can create full digital packs for each report which may include the following:
- Manhole Cards
- Electronically Amended Plans
- Site Photographs
- Client Specific Paperwork
- Remedial Summaries
- Time Allocation
- Daily Shift Reports
Our Survey reports use the ground-breaking new software of Wincan VX. This allows us to keep up with the advancements within the Highways England DDMS Requirements. It also ensures that we provide customers with a fully detailed and comprehensive computerised report. A full record of the survey, including live CCTV footage for each report is provided electronically in a format to suit the needs of our customers.
For brown-field site development, we can economically produce plans showing areas connected to the sewerage system or local watercourse, for use in proposed discharge rate negotiations. Economy is achieved through the optimum balance of CCTV surveys, sewer tracing and dye testing. Results are presented in a comprehensive report with scale CAD site drainage plan, highlighting impermeable areas and discharge points.