The city of Concord, California faced a predicament: Should they continue to use a crawler system that was increasingly unreliable, couldn’t fit n 60% of their pipes and was becoming more and more expensive to repair — or should they cut their losses and invest in another system?
After upgrading their system, the city of Concord went from inspecting an average of 1000 feet of sewer pipe a day to about 2000 feet. Their new system is more compact, agile and reliable than their previous system. And routine repair costs are only 25% of what they were — in short, the system is paying for itself in productivity and efficiency.
Learn more about how they’ve upgraded their inspection program just by upgrading their equipment in this article.