ABOUT CAM TECH
Cam-Tech Industrial Services, LLC is a local storm and sanitary sewer testing and maintenance company with over sixteen years of experience. We serve commercial, industrial, and residential customers.
Our highly experienced team has achieved a perfect safety record of 16 years. All employees are certified in confined space and are enrolled in our company's Drug Free Workplace Program through the BWC.
Cam-Tech services customers in residential, industrial, and construction sectors. Wherever you're located, we come to you.
We work with a Certified Engineer to complete required ODOT 611 reports.
When we work, safety is a top priority. Since our start 16 years ago, we have achieved a perfect safety record.
SEWER PIPE CLEANING & VIDEO INSPECTION
MANHOLE/CATCH BASIN CLEANING
MANHOLE VACUUM TESTING
SEWER AIR & DEFLECTION TESTING
LINE LOCATION & TRACING
FARM TILE CLEANING
Our sanitary and storm sewer cleaning and video inspection begins with collecting video data from inside the pipe system. We use this data to assess the condition of the infrastructure and identify problem areas where a pipe may be cracking or experiencing tree root intrusion. We also perform these services on small-diameter sewer pipes as small as 3'' in diameter.
Manhole or catch basin cleaning is necessary in maintaining the flow of surface water into the storm system to keep your property clear and free of standing water. If a manhole/catch basin is not properly maintained, water is restricted from flowing downstream into the manhole/catch basin. When this happens the water will have no where to go but up and back onto your property.
Hydroexcavation is the safest digging method available, removing underground soil with pressurized water. A vacuum is then used to transfer the soil/debris to a debris tank. This excavation method is the safest and avoids damage to underground pipes, lines and cables.
Smoke testing is used to locate leaks in the main sewer line or service connections. If smoke can get out of the pipe, water can get in, causing an overload of the sanitary sewer.
Dye testing is used to trace sewer lines to determine where the sewer flows.
Manhole vacuum testing quickly and effectively tests newly installed or recently repaired manholes. The test could find leaks prior to backfilling, allowing repairs without digging. This is another test to help prevent infiltration.
New sewer or sanitary pipes are made to to prevent infiltration. Deflection testing is performed to make sure the new sewer has not been "ovaled" or crushed.
Identifying and tracing underground lines to identify their exact location.
I/I Studies determine the ways that groundwater and stormwater enter into dedicated wastewater or sanitary sewer systems. Leaking pipes and manholes, as well as illegal connections, can allow groundwater and stormwater into the sanitary sewer system. An I/I study will determine where these problems occur, and provide us with the information needed to fix the system.
We identify problems or backups within farm tile and effectively clean them out. We can clean up to 1000' of line to reach far into your field.
When tree roots infiltrate a sewer line, we cut and remove them. This in the future can eliminate a Sanitary or Storm Sewer blockage from occurring.