Orpheus 2.0

This new ORPHEUS 2.0 is a mainline inspection camera designed for large diameters that moves beyond the specifications of its predecessor.

Orpheus 2.0 HD

Designed to be 100% High Definition, the ORPHEUS HD provides the clearest, most detailed images of any camera available for mainline inspection.

Orion Zoom

The work-horse of our inspection camera line. Deploy as a push camera or on a mainline tractor system, the Orion Zoom can do it all.

Orion-L Zoom

The ORION-L adds a unique lateral navigating stick, nicknamed “Kiel stick” for the city in which it was invented. This camera allows you to choose direction and “steer” into and around pipe fittings. Perfect for industrial applications or lateral launching.


While the NANO is capable of traveling in pipelines as small as 2 in. in diameter, you will not be giving up power or flexibility. The NANO has many of the same features of the larger ORION Zoom including: laser measurement, integrated location transmitter, bright LED lights, pressure regulation and full pan and tilt functionality!


The NANO-L works great in small diameter lateral launch scenarios and can also be utilized as a pushrod camera with the flexibility of the “Kiel stick.”


Designed for inspecting smaller diameter pipes, this camera features include a 3-axis range of movement that enables the unit to choose the direction of travel when encountering tees or wyes. Other features include upright picture control, pan – tilt- and angle control, wide angle view (120 degrees) and a built in laser for measurement.

Axialcam 2.0

The Axialcam 2.0 is designed specifically for our pushrod systems. Squeeze in and around small pipes with this pushrod camera’s size and flexibility.


Manned entry, hand-held camera which connects directly to your mainline cable. Includes full duplex two-way communication, high intensity LED lighting, and safety harness.


The RETRUS allows easier and safer reversing in many situations. Problematic areas detected during forward travel, such as protruding obstructions, damage and displacements are recognized during reversing, so that the operator can react accordingly and prevent damage to the system.