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Sureclean Invests in Nest Generation Camera Inspection Equipment

International industrial cleaning contractor, Sureclean, is investing £3million in its equipment fleet in support of its domestic and international operations.

Aberdeen and Alness based Sureclean is evolving its camera inspection service and has expanded its equipment fleet by purchasing 5 next generation robotic crawler camera systems. Specifically designed to complement their range of services, Sureclean uses the latest technology to provide their clients with inspection and maintenance surveys.

Using components purchased from Inuktun, their wide selection of HD systems are designed to operate across a diverse range of process pipework, from 25mm through to 600mm diameter and tethers up to 300m. Sureclean also has submersible camera systems, rated up to 300m water depth, to enable internal riser and caisson monitoring or post clean inspections.

Alan Stewart, Projects Director commented "Our investment in our camera systems has allowed us to expand our inspection capabilities and continue to support our clients using the latest technology. The versatility within our camera fleet allows us to carryout this service within hazardous areas, confined spaces and underwater.

"Through programmed investment in research and development, we can ensure that as technology improves we are simultaneously advancing our services in order to maintain our position as a market leader".

In addition to the camera systems, Sureclean has also made significant investment into their confined space safety equipment including ATEX certified LP breathing air compressors, personal and area gas monitoring equipment and LED portable lighting.

Sureclean is an established international service contractor providing specialist and innovative solutions to the Oil & Gas and wider energy sectors. Established in 1985, the Company employs in excess of 130 people and has operational facilities in the UK and Egypt.




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