Product Spotlight - August 2021

Product Spotlight - August 2021

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For sewer and drain cleaners, time is money. Camera inspections typically are quick jobs, but reviewing and putting together reports based on the inspection results can be time-consuming. The Pearpoint flexiprobe P540c portable push system from CUES aims to take many of those responsibilities out of the contractor’s hands.

The system simplifies operations by automatically creating a survey report, allowing the user to concentrate on other inspection tasks. It also allows the user to share reports quickly and easily via email or the Dropbox file-sharing service. Onboard Wi-Fi connectivity allows the user to use a smartphone or dongle as a hot spot, letting him or her immediately share a survey with a customer, manager or accounts department. Video footage can also be shared directly to a compatible device such as a customer’s phone or colleague’s tablet. This, along with the overall versatility of the camera, makes it a suitable fit for drain cleaners.

“The Pearpoint flexiprobe P540c series push systems cover all applications from plumbing to mainline applications,” says George Milkowski, director of portable products business for Pearpoint. “The series offers six reel configurations from the P541 plumber reels, P541 mini reel, P542 reels for laterals and the P543 reel system for mainline condition assessment.”

Engineered to provide all-day use in rugged conditions, the flexiprobe P540c offers a variety of rods for different applications. Not only can its upgraded command module produce automatic survey reports, but it can also be used on any of the six available push systems and be used continuously for up to five hours on a single charge. A choice of a 1- or 2-inch camera is available and can be used interchangeably between most systems. In addition, a built-in 512 Hz sonde is provided for locating purposes.

“Pearpoint’s fully modular range has been designed to work in the treacherous terrain of storm and sewer infrastructure, delivering condition assessment capabilities from 1 1/4- up to 60-inch pipelines,” says Milkowski. “The compatibility with our portable mainline system makes for one of the most versatile systems available on the market today.”

According to Milkowski, feedback on the system has been positive. “Our customers have been most impressed by the extensive list of standard features that are integrated into the system, including survey reporting and the onboard Wi-Fi, which allows you to share the reports via email and Dropbox.” 800-688-8094;


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