Sewer Inspection Vans & Vehicles for Field Inspection

Mobilize Your Crew for Productivity, Safety and Convenience

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  • Bulkhead wall with smoked-glass window and pass-through door
  • Laminate desk with wall-mount monitors
  • Hinged storage bench with cushion
  • Latching cabinetry with optional interior lighting
  • File drawer
  • Wall outlets and wall switches for interior LED lighting
  • Wall-mount controls for arrow boards, strobes and power source
  • Ceiling air conditioning and heat (some models)
  • Carpeted walls with rubber floor


Work Bay

  • Custom laminate cabinetry
  • Built-in heavy duty tool drawers
  • FRP walls and ceiling with rubber floor
  • Overhead rear-facing monitor and flood lights
  • 18-gallon wash-down system
  • Slide-out crawler drawer
  • Shore power connection
  • LED interior lights

See sheets below for build-specific amenities.

  • "This truck compared to what we were using, it’s just night and day. Previously, we needed tools to take apart the camera—to change the wheels or change the setup. What would take at least 10 minutes to change before, takes less than two now. It’s definitely made things easier for us. I absolutely love it."

    Ian Robertson

    CCTV Operator | Ironhouse Sanitary District

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  • "The truck is the flagship for our unit and creates a positive image for us whenever we take it out. Every time members from another agency or the community compliments our equipment, it reminds us why we work hard to maintain it."

    Jason Moon

    Program Manager | Raleigh DOT (SMU)

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In the Field, On the Job

Envirosight equipment navigates through sewers, storm drains and laterals, powering past debris and obstructions. Learn more about the cities, contractors, engineers and DOTs who count on our technology to get the job done, day after day.

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Whether you want to gain expertise on crawler technology, defect coding standards, inspection workflow strategies, or a range of other topics, this is the place to start.

When you’re in the field inspecting sewers, your truck is your lifeline.