Inuktun Sighting #10: The Culvert Caser

Versatrax 150 inspects a culvert

Inuktun’s clients use our robots in all kinds of hazardous or confined spaces from nuclear reactors to pipelines to offshore platforms.

In other cases, such as our Versatrax 150™ pictured here, the culvert wasn’t overly confining, nor was it hazardous. It was just … icky. But the culvert still required an inspection with laser measurement of any corrosion detected, and we didn’t have an intern handy, so we deployed the VT150 into the slop.

Submerged (up to 200 feet) or on land, Inuktun’s Versatrax 150™ is able to operate in pipe diameters from six inches and up with the chassis optimized in just a few minutes from an inline crawler to parallel. Ideal for inspecting sewer and storm drains, hydroelectric infrastructure, steam headers, oil and gas refineries and pipelines, and pulp and paper mills, among other applications, the VT150 can go up to 1,500 feet while travelling 30 feet per minute.

Our VT150 Mark II unit can cover up to almost 3,000 feet in a single run. Ask our sales team for more information.

Featuring low maintenance, an optional high definition colour camera for outstanding image clarity, intuitive controls, and clutched track for easy retrieval, the Versatrax 150 is ready to go whenever you are, even into an environment that is less than appealing.

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