RedZone equipment is easy to use and can be deployed by owners and partners around the world, but certain types of pipes with harsher-than-normal conditions can throw a wrench into the inspection process. High or fast flows, large amounts of sediment or debris, greater than normal inspection depth, and longer than normal inspection length are all conditions that can thwart conventional CCTV crawlers when attempting to inspect pipes.
To address these situations, RedZone maintains a team of highly trained specialists to deploy our condition assessment tools and ensure that our clients get the data they require.
As an industry leader and innovator in advanced pipeline assessment, RedZone Robotics pioneered inspection for wastewater collection systems. We have been developing and deploying our specialty inspection technologies since 2004, and many cities and engineering consultants have relied on RedZone to inspect difficult pipes that they were unable to inspect with conventional equipment.
Our customers have come to value multi-sensor inspection (MSI) information and have incorporated the objective measurements of corrosion and debris levels into their decision making processes. They frequently return to us with stories of failures that were averted or savings that have been realized based on successful deployments and data reporting.
Sewer systems aren’t just unpleasant, they pose real danger - both to the public at large and to those who maintain them. Sinkholes, collapses, and floods are all very real threats to safety, and RedZone works tirelessly to prevent them. Our suite of pipeline inspection robots keep people out of collection systems and out of harm’s way through the use of autonomous and remote-controlled inspection technology.
RedZone's equipment eliminates the additional headaches, like traffic disruption, that come with systems inspection and management. With deployments taking a mere 10-15 minutes from arrival on site to closing the manhole after launching the unit, our SOLO® platform decreases the requirement for traffic management and disruption. Once launched, the SOLO autonomously traverses the pipeline, and on-board sensors ensure that the unit safely progresses.
RedZone MSI equipment allows assets previously thought inaccessible to be surveyed. Your longer assets are likely to be critical to the overall health of your network. With the arrival of RedZone technology the excuse "it can't be done" is no longer valid.
These longer lines, if they had been inspected, were likely undertaken by crews armed with only a handheld video recorder or even a still camera. Get the complete picture and understanding of the state of your infrastructure with the full suite of multi-sensor platforms, without the worry of sending your team into these dangerous environments.
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