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TankCam® Inspections

An Economical Way To See What’s Happening Inside Your Tanks

Problems inside a UST like corrosion, cracking, blistering, de-lamination – issues that compromise your fuel and could lead to catastrophic consequences to your site – are notoriously hard to pinpoint. Getting a good clear look at what’s happening inside the tank is difficult and expensive.

The TankCam Inspection from Tanknology is the solution to that problem.

TankCam Inspections provide a quick and cost-effective, yet very detailed, look inside your tank. Using state-of-the-art remote video technology and a certified Tanknology technician, the TankCam Inspection helps you clearly see structural or lining problems such as cracking, blistering, de-lamination or corrosion that is creating problems with fueling and potentially exposing you to a significant leak from your tank.

Severe corrosion of components in a diesel tank has become a major problem in the US in recent years and the TankCam system is recommended by the EPA as an option for investigating whether it’s happening in your tanks.

TankCam Inspections can also be used to pinpoint the cause of a failed tightness test, verify conditions after a tank cleaning, locate unused riser openings, verify overfill protection, visually inspect fuel conditions – virtually anything you want to see inside your UST. And no fuel removal, excavation or manned-entry is required.

The inspection results in a DVD video record that details everything the technician saw in the inspection.

TankCam can also be coupled with Tanknology’s multiple tank-washing methods for the most thorough cleaning available anywhere.

The latest addition to the TankCam portfolio is the patent-pending TankCam HD. TankCam HD is a high-definition TankCam that provides high-quality images at distances up to 20 feet or more, allowing thorough inspections of most USTs through a single opening.

To learn more, or to discuss specific compliance needs for your site, call us today at 1-800-964-1250.

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At A Glance
See Structural Problems

Identify structural or lining problems such as cracking, de-lamination, blistering, or corrosion.

Fuel Quality Checks

See sludge or debris inside the tank that is causing fueling problems.

Failed Test Follow-up

See the source of a problem that is causing a failed tank test.

Locate Unused Riser Openings

See riser openings from inside the tank, pinpointing necessary excavation when adding an ATG or providing other access to the tank.

Verify Overfill Protection

In a matter of minutes, verify overfill protection compliance.