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Remotely Operated Vehicles

January 11, 2021 Leave a comment

 An ROV can be a big help to a water utility operator. There are two basic types of ROV’s to consider: a Submarine type that has propellers for movement, or a crawler type with wheels or tracks. Our Sub ROV’s are excellent tools for underwater inspections. The ability to inspect the facility while it remains full of water saves time, water and money.

Our crawler ROV we call WALLIE, is equipped with a cleaning tip and has the ability to remotely remove sediment and works in water depth up to 165 feet. This makes WALLIE an excellent way to clean standpipes. Removing tank sediment  is essential to maintain water quality standards. Keeping tanks free of sediment removes the habitat that bacteria, protozoa and even viruses can use to get a foothold in your tank, grow, and become a larger problem. After we clean water storage tanks, our customers tell us they use less chemicals to maintain water quality standards. Our potable water dive crew is available to clean GSTs or ESTs, and WALLIE is ready to clean your STANDPIPE water storage  Call today to find out how we can help your utility.

For more information please visit our web site www.ronperrin.com  or blog: www.taptalk.blog  

To schedule service, contact our office Manager, Debi Wheelan, at: 817-377-4899.  

For a free proposal, e-mail Robert Perrin at: perrinsales@gmail.com.

Tank Diver Video

November 11, 2009 Leave a comment

This video shows a diver and a ROV inspecting a potable water storage tank in Texas.

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