Hands-On Technology in Denmark
In brilliant weather and in a pleasant working atmosphere, everyone from the Scandinavian area with an interest in wastewater systems, inspection technology and rehabilitation methods got together in Taastrup last week. Following the period where social distancing was necessary, there was a general desire at the Rørcenterdagene exhibition to exchange expert information directly and at first hand. IBAK took part in the exhibition on September 8 and 9, 2021, together with C-TV Technology A/S, IBAK’s distribution partner for Denmark, in the grounds of the Danish Institute of Technology. In addition, IBAK‘s Danish service partner ZMJ-Teknik ApS actively supported our presence on site.
At the IBAK exhibition stand, there was plenty to see and to try out. Visitors were able to view the high-resolution video images from the inspection cameras ORION 3, ARGUS 6 and ORPHEUS HD on two full HD systems. The lateral inspection system LISY HD with which laterals can be inspected from mainline sewers and 3D-GeoSense pipe run measurements can be performed was also integrated into the systems.
But not only the operators of big systems were well catered for. Mobile systems such as the push rod camera system MiniLite, the compact camera tractor system MainLite and the electric lateral cutter NanoGator were also on show.
Of course, there were also practical demonstrations: the pneumatic cutter robot MicroGator Air in particular was in operation almost around-the-clock. As it is compatible with the MainLite System, the multifunctional solution for mainline sewers makes it possible to perform high-performance cutting operations and also fully-fledged camera inspections. This combination was very well received by the Scandinavian public.
The originally small but always target-oriented specialist exhibition for water and wastewater technology has undergone continuous development. This year it was already held successfully for the 18th time. It has become a venue for the Danish professionals of our industry and again attracted over 4.000 visitors.