Foundation Repair Inspections
Construction workers that specialize in elevation and foundation repair must often crawl on their stomachs in tight, dirty crawlspaces under homes and buildings just to see if there is a problem. In many cases, these crawlspaces have small openings making them inaccessible without damaging the property.
Having a compact inspection robot in your arsenal of tools allows you to see where you couldn’t access before and spot potential hazards. That means you stay safer and spend less time crawling in cramped, dirty places that may contain live or decaying animals, mold, and other hazards.
Looks for signs of why a structure is sagging, leaning, or cracking remotely without putting yourself in danger.
Find and inspect termite infestations remotely without getting dirty or putting yourself in harm's way of other animals living in a crawlspace.
Spot and document water damage in hard-to-reach locations remotely with ease.
High-Resolution HD camera
(with SD card storage)
Removable Steel Roll Cage
Removable Wheelie Bar
The interchangeable battery lets you work all day by swapping out fully-charged batteries.
Removable roll cage to protect your camera.
Removable wheelie bar mounted to rear of robot to prevent flipping over.
Built to Last
Durable construction with a sturdy anodized black aluminum chassis
- Dimensions: 12.5"l x 9.5"w x 7.25"h
- Weight: ~8 lbs (9 lbs with battery)
- Run Time: ~2 hours
- Speed: Up to 85 fpm
- Capacity: 5 lb of additional payload in most terrains
- Assembly: Fully assembled, tested, and ready to go!
Inspection robots can go places humans just can't access including crawl spaces under buildings and in pipes.
Reduce exposure to potentially harmful conditions by being able to access these locations remotely via your inspection robot.
A camera on a pole only lets you see so much. These robots allow you to drive right to where you need to see.
Many of our inspection robots include a recording feature so you can save your findings for further analysis or to share with your client.
Detect hot spots of rodents, termites, and hornets with heat imaging.
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