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Why Our Well Cameras Are Essential

Underwater Well Camera Systems That Do The Job

Water wells are an essential source of water for many households, communities, and agricultural operations. A well provides access to clean and safe water for various uses, such as drinking, cooking, irrigation,and livestock watering. It is essential to ensure that the well is functioning correctly and is maintained to avoid contamination, decrease in water yield, or other potential issues.

One way to monitor the well's condition and detect any potential problems is by making a video of the well. A video recording of the well can be beneficial for several reasons. Here are some of the benefits of making a video of your water well.

  • Provides a Visual Record. A video recording of the well provides a visual record of its current condition. By watching the video, you can observe any changes in the well, such as the water level, the appearance of the water, or the presence of any debris. This information can be useful when comparing the well's current state to its previous condition to determine if there are any changes that may require attention.
  • Identifies Potential Problems. A video recording can help identify potential problems in the well. For instance, the presence of debris or sediments may indicate that the well needs cleaning. The video can also show if there is any damage to the well casing, screen, or other components, which may cause water contamination or reduce the water yield.
  • Assists in Well Maintenance. Regular well maintenance is crucial for ensuring the well functions correctly and provides safe and adequate water supply. A video recording can assist in well maintenance by providing a visual guide for cleaning, disinfecting, or repairing the well. The video can also help locate any potential problems that may need attention, such as cracks or leaks.
  • Helps in Troubleshooting. If there is a problem with the well, a video recording can be useful in troubleshooting the issue. The video can help determine the cause of the problem, such as a damaged pump or a clogged screen. This information can assist in repairing or replacing the components, reducing downtime, and avoiding additional damage to the well.
  • Saves Time and Money. Making a video of your water well can save you time and money in the long run. By detecting potential problems early and addressing them promptly, you can avoid costly repairs or replacements. The video can also help reduce the time and effort required for maintenance and troubleshooting, allowing you to focus on other essential tasks.
  • Provides Peace of Mind. Having a video recording of your water well can provide peace of mind, knowing that the well is functioning correctly and providing safe and adequate water supply. The video can also help assure you that any problems that may arise can be addressed promptly, reducing the risk of water contamination or reduced water yield.

Making a video of your water well can be highly beneficial for ensuring the well's proper functioning, maintenance, and troubleshooting. The video can provide a visual record of the well's condition, identify potential problems, assist in well maintenance, help in troubleshooting, save time and money, and provide peace of mind. It is highly recommended that well owners consider making a video of their well to ensure that it provides safe and adequate water supply for their household or operations.

40 Reason to Own a Downhole Camera

  • Early detection of potential issues.
  • Accurate diagnosis of problems.
  • Cost-effective.
  • Increased lifespan of your well.
  • Improved water quality.
  • Better management of resources.
  • Compliance with regulations.
  • Increased safety.
  • Easy to use.
  • Peace of mind.
  • Ability to identify clogs or blockages in the well.
  • Detection of corrosion or other forms of degradation.
  • Identification of leaks or cracks in the well casing.
  • Verification of proper installation of the well.
  • Inspection of the well screen for proper operation.
  • Measurement of the depth of water within the well.
  • Inspection of the well pump for damage or failure.
  • Identification of debris or sediment within the well.
  • Verification of proper sealing of the well.
  • Detection of bacterial growth within the well.
  • Determination of the age of the well.
  • Verification of well depth.
  • Detection of pressure issues within the well.
  • Inspection of the well liner for cracks or leaks.
  • Identification of mineral buildup within the well.
  • Detection of damage to the well screen.
  • Verification of proper installation of the well pump.
  • Identification of improper well construction.
  • Inspection of the well borehole for debris or sediment.
  • Verification of proper alignment of the well pump and motor.
  • Identification of improper well maintenance.
  • Detection of biofouling within the well.
  • Identification of improper well rehabilitation.
  • Inspection of the well borehole for signs of instability.
  • Identification of improper well casing installation.
  • Detection of signs of groundwater contamination.
  • Inspection of the well borehole for obstructions.
  • Identification of improper well abandonment.
  • Detection of signs of well collapse.
  • Verification of proper well depth and placement.
Vast Experience in Underwater Cameras

We Are Your Underwater Camera Experts

We have sold our video inspection cameras into many markets to accomplish numerous different casing and pipe inspections.

Well-Vu Systems

Our full turn key systems are rugged and dependable allowing you to get the job done in those critical moments.

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Well-Vu Cameras

Our industry leading cameras use the latest technology to lead the industry in underwater applications.

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Well-Vu Consoles

Our water-proof consoles lead the industry in features and are backward compatible with all of our systems.

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New Products

TDS Down View Camera

(With On-Screen TDS & Water Temperature)
  • OD: 1.75"
  • Length: 7.52” (including rear connector)
  • Weight: less than 2 lbs.
  • Camera resolution: NTSC 656 (H) x 492 (V), 480 TV Lines
  • Lighting: 6 LEDs, 3mm, 7150mcd
  • Power: (cam 35ma), (LEDs 30ma @ 12vdc), (TDS)
  • Connector: Standard Well-Vu 12mm, 4pin, circular
  • TDS Accuracy: 5%

* The TDS is backwards compatable with all our camera systems. It has on screen display of GPS, camera head depth, water temp and TDS at the test depth.

  1. GPS Location
  2. Time and Date
  3. TDS PPM
  4. Temperature at Test
  5. Depth of Camera / TDS Probe

Half Pint Camera

  • OD: 0.827"
  • Length: 4.34” (including rear connector)
  • Weight: 0.35 lbs.
  • Camera resolution: NTSC 656 (H) x 492 (V), 480 TV Lines
  • Lighting: 5 chip LEDs, 0603
  • Power: (cam 35ma), (LEDs 7ma @ 12vdc)
  • Connector: Standard Well-Vu 12mm, 4pin, circular

* Backwards compatible with all WellVu systems (except Quad Cam)

Product Manuals

DVCC7 Manual

This manual covers the Well-Vu 7" Digital Video Command Console

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DVCC15 Manual

This manual covers the Well-Vu 15" Digital Video Command Console

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Setup & Use of Camera System

Encoder assembly, connecting remote pendant and setup of the SDM Series

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