LISY (Lateral Inspection System) combines tractor and camera technology for the inspection of laterals from main sewers. The characteristic feature of satellite inspection is that a camera is launched into the lateral from a tractor in the main sewer.
Laterals with bends, branches, small pipe diameters and, above all, with limited or no access possibilities can be inspected efficiently with LISY technology.
The camera is propelled by a push rod or flushed in at variable speed. The observation camera facilitates introduction of the inspection camera into the lateral. The high range is achieved by the bend passing capability of the cameras, flexible push rods and powerful operating systems.
The IBAK vehicle system with the LISY satellite system can perform the inspection of main sewers and laterals from the main sewer in one operation. Driven by the cleaning unit, the inspection camera is flushed into the laterals through the flushing nozzle. A practical side effect of this is the simultaneous cleaning performance.
- Cameras: Selection of bend-capable pan and rotate cameras
- Observation camera: For precise introduction into laterals
- Lift: For flexible adaptation to the main sewer dimensions
- Funnels: Choice of different designs, shapes and lengths
- Flushing nozzles: For propulsion and accompanying cleaning
- Wheel sets: For adaptation to the nominal diameter, pipe type and pipe conditions
- Rear-view camera: For controlled reverse movement
- Ovoid pipe attachment: As an aid to propulsion with overturning protection