Pipeline inspection robot can let people see the inner wall of the pipeline from the ground through its own video camera function. With it, underground pipeline inspection will be faster and more convenient.
This kind of robot camera, which looks like a small tank, can rotate 360 degrees horizontally and pitch 270 degrees. After entering the pipeline, it can not only move forward and backward, but also turn around in place.
The pipeline robot can be used not only in the detection of water supply pipelines, municipal sewage pipelines and drainage pipelines, but also in oil and gas pipelines, coal yards, mines and other places. For example, a pipeline has a leak point, but without digging the road, maintenance personnel can not intuitively find the leakage of this pipeline. With the help of this pipeline inspection robot, it can climb into the underground pipeline and send back video information to people, so that the maintenance personnel can directly make judgment and take corresponding measures to narrow the excavation scope.
At the construction site, with remote control joystick in the hands of the staff, the video of the pipeline inspection robot can be clearly transmitted to the instrument screen. These robots can not only be used in municipal areas, but also suitable for survival and rescue work in some narrow space after natural disasters such as earthquakes.