A wide range of Laval fully portable, downhole cameras that take high quality videos and stills in water wells, boreholes, underground storage tanks, and shafts. Camera viewing capability options are to depths of up to 5,000 feet (1524 metres) and as narrow as 2 inches (5cm) in diameter. Cameras can be purchased as part of a video inspection package, as a stand-alone piece of equipment or as an add-on to an existing inspection system.
Camera options include downhole view, downhole and side view, automated control, stainless steel sealed housing, water blocked cable connectors, continuous 360o rotation. All cameras are fully compatible with our range of video inspection systems.
The All New R-Cam 1000 XLT Camera is equipped with two cameras in a single housing, each with a wide-angle lens, for viewing downhole and side view images in water wells or boreholes. Low light level CCD sensors allow the cameras to detect images with minimal lighting power, as low as 1 LUX
The Laval SlimCAM R22 Downhole Camera is designed for small water wells, boreholes and vertical shafts. The camera has a 1.85" (47mm) diameter, stainless steel sealed housing with water blocked cable connector.
The Laval DC5150 Downhole Camera gives the comprehensive survey of wells, boreholes, tanks and shafts from 3" to 30" in diameter and to depths of 5,000 feet (1524 meters). Downhole and side view with continuous 360° rotation.
In consideration of environmental relief and energy saving Franklin Electric developed a High Efficiency 6" Submersible Borehole System, consisting of a synchronous submersible NEMA motor associated variable frequency drive and output filter.