Wastewater systems are challenging to manage. They are complex and often vulnerable to disruption. All too often, a problem does not become evident until it’s too late. Systems managers need information to assess and understand the state of their total system so they can catch issues early.
RedZone Robotics delivers that information through our specialized services. Our advanced pipeline assessment robots gather the most robust data about system condition through the use of multi-sensor inspection technology and our proprietary software displays clear, detailed reports that pinpoint what’s critical, today and for the future.
Although RedZone equipment is easy to use and can be deployed by owners and partners around the world, some pipes have particularly harsh conditions. In these cases, you may need the experts from RedZone to help with larger inspection projects.
To address challenging setups, RedZone maintains a team of highly trained specialists to deploy our condition assessment tools and ensure our clients get the data they need.
3D Engineering Reports use multi-sensor inspection (MSI) data to help engineers design and plan rehabilitation projects in a way never before possible. In planning rehab projects, engineers must select the type of rehab to use, the geometry of liner to employ, and the locations to place access pits. They must also consider conditions like bends, size/shape changes, and special features in the pipe during the design. Our specialty reports make this process easier.
Many system owners and operators face the challenge of approaching daily operations without a fundamental baseline understanding of the condition of their assets. The revolutionary YES - Your Entire System program provides a comprehensive asset management solution that enables asset owners to be proactive in their asset management, and execute projects based on the most complete sets of information.
With RedZone’s proven MSI technology, the Fort Worth Water Department has saved $2.9 million in large diameter cleaning cost to date. It is estimated that the ICAP (Interceptor Condition Assessment Program) methodology of “inspect-to-clean” will result in a savings of $15.2 million in cleaning costs over the six year program.
Darrell Gadberry, Collections System Manager, Fort Worth Water Department
The data that would have taken us 15 years to gather by conventional televising methods, now took only 15 months
Stephen Hogan, Peachtree Water & Sewerage Authority