Unmatched Speed, Capability and Uptime with the ROVVER X SAT II Lateral Launch Crawler

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Unmatched Speed, Capability and Uptime with the ROVVER X SAT II Lateral Launch Crawler

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Curious what makes the ROVVER X SAT II the ultimate tool for finding gas line cross bores and illicit flows?

Extended speed and range – The SAT II travels 984 feet in mainlines at up to 98 feet per minute. Then it launches 147 feet into laterals at up to 23 feet per minute. With quicker inspections, you accomplish more per deployment and more per hour.

Outstanding versatility – The SAT II adapts to mainlines 6 inches to 80 inches in diameter. Its wheels swap without tools, and its launch chute accepts off-the-shelf PVC tubes cut to length. The crawler’s unique hinged body bends through narrow accesses.

Powerful traction and agility – With steerable eight-wheel drive, the SAT II maneuvers past debris, sludge, roots, offsets and protruding taps. Interchangeable rubber, abrasive and carbide wheels maximize traction. During launch, the camera easily navigates through bends and branches.

Lower cost-of-ownership – A patent-pending belt drive pushes the launch rod with maximum force and minimum wear. The easy-to-clean design increases uptime and helps keep maintenance costs low.

Enhanced insight – There's little you'll miss with the ROVVER X SAT II's three onboard cameras:

  1. A launch camera with 360-degree pan articulation and +150/-30-degree tilt
  2. A five megapixel aiming camera that offers digital pan/tilt/zoom capability for pinpoint launching in any size line
  3. A rear-facing camera to help manage cable during reverse crawl

Other built-in sensors monitor pressure, inclination and travel distance. Twin sonde transmitters allow accurate location of crawler and launch camera.

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