BC's AxisTech, continues to be technology-driven by introducing a critical plan for investigating confined spaces without disrupting or excavating the work site
Online PR News – 11-May-2018 – Vancouver, British Columbia – Axis Technical Services (ATS) is proud to extend and expand their service offering by incorporating a state-of-the-art, lightweight conduit inspection camera system. The cost-saving strategy will maximize on-site time efficiency by easily finding and identifying infrastructure problems. The process will minimize costly site disruptions and help provide accurate and compelling site documentation.
The hi-tech video camera can accommodate entering smaller electrical and communication conduits as narrow as two inches in diameter. With greater accessibility, streamlined budgets and proven results the site can leverage one of the most technology-forward inspection and location services in Canada.
Conduit Video Inspection and Location Services (CVI) provides an in-depth inspection and verification of the conduits accessibility prior to cable installation. This investigative procedure saves on work stoppages, should the inspected conduits be no longer adaptable to current standards. Locating the specific pathway issue can provide accurate information for remediation thus minimizing costly road or soil disruptions.
We at the AxisGroup continue to be technology-forward with the addition of a Magnum M7 (Drainline TV Inspection Camera) for our latest value-added service... Conduit Video Inspection and Location Services. This latest tool combined with our team depth of experience will save project time, streamline budgets and provide a visual record for the site's safety and future expansion. > David Mayhew, Senior Project Manager
The conduit can quickly be digitally traced, its route located and blockages or damages pinpointed. Therefore, the system maximizes valuable remediation time by avoiding traditional methods of wasting man-power to "dig then inspect". By saving money from excavating "to find the problem", the AxisTech highly portable 500 ft Magnum M7 CVI, will deliver a clear, bright picture on it's 7.4-inch monitor and provide a visual record for the site's infrastructure and future requirements.
Established in 2005, Axis Technical Services (a part of AGC - Axis Group of Companies) was ranked BC's 5th Fastest Growing Company in 2008, and 98th in 2012. President Joana Barbulescu, ranked 48th in 2009, 54th in 2010, and 98th in 2012 on the prestigious list of Canada's Top Female Entrepreneurs.
The AGC are a dynamic team of industry experts and accredited personnel, providing integrated and scalable solutions to the communications infrastructure community in Western Canada. With a goal to position itself as a BC industry leader, AGC specializes in a full range of project capabilities including: POL - Passive Optical LAN, Fibre Optic Installations, Structured Cabling, Data Centres, Wireless Infrastructure, Conduit Video Inspection, Security Systems, Audio Visual. Client sectors include: Construction, First Nations, Transportation, Education, Health Care, Government, Entertainment, Resource-based, Media, Biomedical Research, Tourism, Hospitality, Retail and many more.