Anglian Water order is Mini-Cam's largest for SOLOPro+ camera
Anglian Water has upgraded its pipeline inspection technology with the addition of 77 camera systems, which have been deployed across nine depots. The order is the biggest to date for the new range of recording equipment which Mini-Cam launched last summer.
Mini-Cam has supplied its SOLOPro+ push cameras to Anglian Water sites in Basildon, Cambridge, Colchester, Grimsby, Ipswich, Kings Lynn, Milton Keynes, Northampton and Norwich.
Greg Guest, UK sales manager at Mini-Cam, said: “We are very pleased to supply Anglian Water with our SOLOPro+ cameras to meet the company’s CCTV requirements, and we will continue to provide a full back-up service. The commitment which Anglian has shown us with this latest investment cements our strong and healthy working relationship.”
Jackie Allen, service improvement manager at Anglian Water, said: “We are really pleased with the new units from Mini-Cam, which substantially increase our CCTV capabilities. They are easy to use, intuitive and provide pictures of great quality.
“We are also impressed by the safe construction of the units and the fact that they are among the lightest on the market. They offer good value for money and have the extra items we need to be able to film a huge variety of sewers with one main piece of kit.”
Mini-Cam’s SOLOPro+ system has a host of new features designed to improve the user experience for efficient inspections and accurate reporting. Running off mains or vehicle power, or an internal rechargeable six-hour battery, it is capable of capturing detailed footage under tough conditions.
Its interface offers robust tools such as observation entry and reporting options, and is designed to ensure the easy offload of data, video, images and reports. The system is Wi-Fi enabled to allow remote access to stored images and data.
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