Wednesday, April 4, 2012

How to Keep Chimney Clean

      We all love the view and atmosphere of relaxing ambiance and comfort created by fireplaces. But fireplaces and chimneys require control and care. Not only houses, but also industrial chimneys are to be inspected regularly for safety and efficiency.
Chimney Inspection Cameras are becoming increasingly popular, especially when physical inspection of chimney surfaces is not feasible. This is particularly necessary for small diameter chimney liners, old stone flues in unknown condition, in order to get safety certificates.  

CCTV cameras are successfully used for a number of applications including:
  • Checking the condition of chimney and flues liners
  • Chimney survey and documentation
  • Confirmation of suspected crack or other potential flaws in the components
  • Visual inspection of chimneys prior to lining
  • Checking for damages after chimney fire or any sudden disaster that could damage the chimney.
  • Video documentation for insurance claims
  • Inspections of any blockages
The “Anaconda - CH" Pan-and-Tilt Chimney Camera is one of the most advanced devices to use for inspecting chimneys, air ducts, flue liners, fireplaces, and flues.   The best feature of this unit is the ability to pan the camera head 360⁰ and tilt it 180⁰ to view and capture every detail of your inspection. This allows technicians to get a full view and assess the condition of the liner and joints for any imperfections.  
 
The camera head features a compact (53mm) detachable design which is completely water and dust proof and contains 14 super bright LED lights to illuminate the walls and provide consistent illumination. The light intensity is easily controlled to avoid flaring, and the sensitive Sony CCD chip is protected by a thick scratch-proof glass lens, which can be easily cleaned with a lens spray or washed off.
Please contact me for more information, or go to chimney camera page on Fiberscope.net
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