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Electric Eel upgrades pipe inspection system

ecam-aceElectric Eel has announced the ECAM Ace pipeline inspection camera system now comes standard with 200 feet of Kevlar braided push rod. The increased capacity of push rod will allow for better use of the Ace in three to 10-inch diameter lines.


March 23, 2012
By Electric Eel Manufacturing

Electric Eel has announced the ECAM Ace pipeline inspection camera
system now comes standard with 200 feet of Kevlar braided push rod. The
increased capacity of push rod will allow for better use of the Ace in
three to 10-inch diameter lines.

The new and improved Ace also features a rugged, stainless steel housed,
1.68-inch colour camera with a scratch-resistant sapphire lens, a 512 Hertz
transmitter, 5.4-inch LCD monitor with an anti-glare shield, and a video output
jack. The rugged and portable powder-coated steel reel and
frame features a secure locking reel brake. The unit measures 24 inches high and
18 inches wide, and weighs only 39 pounds for easy transport.

 ecam-ace 
 Features a rugged, stainless steel housed,
1.68-inch colour camera.


 

Electric Eel, based in Springfield, Ohio since 1939, produces a
full line of drain and sewer cleaning machines including sectional
units, drum machines, jetters and pipeline inspection systems. Electric Eel systems have been proudly made in the U.S.A. since 1939.

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