Local councils rely on having the best equipment ready and available quickly, to better serve their communities and remedy challenges that arise with ease. That’s why working with brands that can provide support with purchasing equipment, as well as offering maintenance services across the country, is crucial for councils to keep communities moving.
Engaging with local suppliers that have quick and easy access to water and wastewater equipment is critical for local governments to maintain their community’s quality of life.
The importance of such suppliers became apparent in late 2021 when COVID-19 struck down many of Australia’s freight and supply workers -leaving heavy delays on many products.
SECA: providing rapid, reliable service
SECA is Australia’s leading supplier of equipment for the cleaning, testing, inspection and rehabilitation of pipes, sewers and drains. SECA supplies state-of-the-art pipeline camera technology and highly skilled maintenance services throughout Australia.
SECA boasts the largest and most qualified service team in the Australian industry, with over $2 million in spare parts in-house and specialist software from the manufacturer to help support technicians to service equipment to supplier standards.
Easy access equipment for every community
With a multitude of pipe inspection camera options available, councils are able to find their perfect inspection solution for pipe diameters ranging from 100 to 2000mm.
The six main options provided by SECA are:
∞ Miniflex – ultra flexible mini camera for curving pipes
∞ Agilos – powerful and manoeuvrable with high pipe mobility
∞ Jetscan – jet-driven HD camera for pipe inspection
∞ Quickview Air HD – the fastest way to view inside manholes, controllable via mobile app
∞ CleverScan – rapid high resolution, fully automated manhole inspection
∞ Rovion – tractor driven inspection pan and tilt iPek Rovion CCTV Inspection Systems are the most popular option for councils due to the user-friendly, highly compatible and robust design.
The multiple camera options include axial, pan and tilt, fisheye lens and a shaft inspection camera with a rotation unit – allowing for use across a plethora of situations.
The system has multiple options for control panels and features a modular design enabled to adapt for future growth and expansion.
SECA’s Cleverscan and Rovion systems are supported with WinCan reporting software and are able to inspect all types of pipes to WSA and NZPIM standard.
Removing long transport waiting times
Councils working with SECA have direct access to equipment, cutting out long waiting times due to slow transportation and shipping, which have been made worse since the pandemic severely reduced the amount of transport employees able to work.
With SECA’s large, stocked warehouses across the country, councils will be able to place orders and have a smaller wait time compared to international suppliers.
Get the most out of the equipment
SECA’s Aglios and Rovion camera equipment is fully supported by their European factory-trained technicians who are based out of Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, with contractors in Auckland and Christchurch.
For the inspection systems that use WinCan, councils can further benefit from SECA’s WinCan support and training services.
SECA has built its own demonstration, testing and training facility in its Chipping Norton warehouse and has commenced nationally recognised CCTV courses.
The facility provides a space for product demonstrations where customers can see any equipment in action using an indoor, fully working pipe and drainage system, complete with manholes.
This is a sponsored editorial brought to you by SECA, for more information on how SECA can assist your local government with a full range of water asset management solutions, head to www.seca.com.au