This month's product focus: Drain Inspection Equipment

New Enhancements For Gen-Eye 3: The new Gen-Eye 3™ video inspection system from General Pipe Cleaners offers a wide range of enhancements for optimal jobsite performance, reliability and ease-of-use. Ideal for inspecting sewer and drain lines, septic tanks, heating and cooling ducts, and any concealed conduit, the affordable Gen-Eye 3 now offers: a dual frequency transmitter (512hz and 874hz); three times greater transmitter wattage; four different camera options; and a new, easy-to-use digital locator for enhanced accuracy.

MyTana Dual Camera System: This system from MyTana Mfg. Co. Inc. includes a 1 5/8-inch mainline camera and 1 1/8-inch mini camera head. The mainline camera has 200 ft. of fiberglass core, polyethylene skin push rod, and the mini camera has 75 ft. Its narrow profile reel cart features pneumatic tires for easy transport. Choose between a 9-inch standard or 5.6-inch mini monitor/control box.

'Plumber's Elite DVD-R': Ratech Electronics' Plumber's Elite DVD-R is a 15-inch hi-res LCD screen coupled with a high-quality DVD recorder. It offers advanced inspection with its rugged camera featuring shock and water resistant modules. Includes on-screen count, time, date and eight pages of memory.

Portable Inspection: Everest VIT Inc. offers the QuickView[tm] solution for quick, easy inspection of manholes, wasewater and storm water lines without physical entry. Includes rechargeable, belt-mounted battery and controls, with telescoping pole that extends from 6 ft. to 18 ft.

Vehicle-Mounted Inspection: Aries vehicle-mounted pipeline inspection systems provide a professional platform for sewer inspection and rehabilitation operations. Ideal for worker safety and inspection efficiency, they are available in one-ton van, HI cube van and step van models.

Windows-Based Pipeline Inspection: Peninsular Technologies offers its Windows[tm]-based PipeTech[R] software for simpligying sewer inspection. It allows you to collect, edit, analyze and archive all inspection data digitally, eliminating the need for VHS tapes and paper attachments.