As both a manufacturer and service provider, RedZone offers flexible purchase, lease, and service options that allow municipalities, authorities, and engineering firms to plan standard or unique programs that match their systems and their budgets.
RedZone’s tailored inspection service and software packages provide owners and operators the essential information for dealing with daily operational challenges. Specialty reports help engineers design and plan rehabilitation projects in a way never before possible. To initiate your next project, simply provide the scope, size, and time frame.
The pipes and components of a city’s wastewater systems are challenging to manage. Systems are complex and vulnerable to many disruptions. All too often you don’t know there’s a problem until it’s too late. You need information to assess and understand the state of your total system so you can find and address issues before they become major problems.
To efficiently plan maintenance and avoid capacity restrictions and failures, you need complete, detailed, actionable data on the state of the total system — information that shows where potential issues are so you can prioritize limited resources and budgets. RedZone Robotics brings that information to you.
Through condition scoring, the data provided by RedZone's technology discovered that pipe age and material are not necessarily accurate indicators of condition. This resulted in reduced spending and enhanced understanding of the state of the Fort Worth sewer system.
Our advanced technology is more cost-effective, safe, and reliable than any other solution on the market. Our specialized robots gather the most robust data about system condition, and our proprietary software delivers clear, detailed reports that pinpoint what’s critical, today and for the future.
Our methods avoid the traditional inspection limitations and inaccuracies while saving on cost. RedZone robots are able to gather robust information about pipes in the widest range of sizes, without requiring them to be cleaned first, through remote operation. That means operators stay safer, the amount of time to run assessments is reduced, and the full system can be measured and mapped with accuracy.
A study of 7 cities (a 2 million foot data set) found only 20% of the systems were significantly obstructed and 75% of pipes required no cleaning. A city with 200,000 feet of pipeline undertaking their first “inspect-to-clean” project would save $100,000 over the cost of a “clean-to-inspect” project.
Unlike the traditional clean-to-inspect method of pipeline assessment, RedZone’s advanced inspect-to-clean approach saves you time and money by providing actionable data at rapid speed.
As the industry pioneer in large-diameter pipe inspection and the developer of the first truly autonomous inspection robot, RedZone is a trusted solutions provider with a reputation of experience and success.
At RedZone, we use our pioneering, synchronized, multi-sensor inspection technology to provide you with a complete profile of your entire wastewater system. Our multi-sensor specialty reports present your data clearly, helping you effectively plan maintenance and rehabilitation projects.
RedZone is a team of problem solvers. 40% of our workforce is made up of engineers, and we have an eye toward efficiency, practicality, and innovation. This means we’re uniquely qualified to provide you with the most complete data set, and present it in a way that is useful and insightful.
RedZone offers a variety of custom reporting options so that you can have control over how your data is presented. Plus, you can view and analyze the data in whatever software analysis you prefer. Whatever software or database you use, you can be sure that RedZone data is compatible. It’s your data and you are in control of it.
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