Mobilize Your Crew for Productivity, Safety and Convenience
Deploy Your Sewer Inspection Capability Wherever It’s Needed.
If you inspect sewers, you know staying on schedule and in budget requires rugged, versatile equipment. At Envirosight, we’ve refined our truck designs with decades of operator feedback to deliver the capabilities and amenities you need to do your best work.
Designed to Support the Way You Inspect
Everything You Need for Field Work, Nothing You Don’t.
When you’re in the field inspecting sewers, your truck is your lifeline. If you need something that’s not on hand, tough luck. So the right rig, with everything you need to get the job done, is essential.
Chassis options: box truck, panel van, trailer or Outpost enclosure (pickup)
Full complement of safety gear
Power options: generator, inverter or engine take-off
Adjustable wall-mounted monitors in studio and work bay
Equipment wash-down system
Crawler storage drawer
ROVVER X inspection crawler system
Wheel and accessory storage chest
Overhead and under-counter storage cabinetry
Many Options, One Goal
Whatever Chassis You Choose, You’ll be Outfitted for Success.
What type of equipment you’re planning to deploy—and where—influences your choice of vehicle chassis. We’ve shared our most popular options here, but the choice of manufacturer and model is yours.
Offer extra capacity for larger lateral launch systems, generator power sources and cranes.
Portable inspection enclosures
Travel in the bed of a pickup, offering maximum portability for easements and other remote work. These are powered by a generator or inverter.
Offer flexibility when inspection is part-time, or when inspection equipment must be shared among multiple crews.
Compact enough to fit in alleys and other tight spaces, but carry a full main line inspection system powered by inverter or vehicle PTO. (Transit, Sprinter, ProMaster)
When you're out in the field, your truck is all you've got.
Choosing the right rig, with everything you need to get the job done, is essential.
- 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
- 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.
Everything in its Place
With plenty of storage cabinets, a dedicated crawler compartment, sliding accessories drawers and supply shelves, you’ll always have the right tools on hand.
No Detail Overlooked
The little things can make a big difference.
When it comes to designing and building sewer camera trucks, we sweat the details. Our pros labor over storage, lighting and stainless steel work surfaces so that the vehicles that roll out of our shop are safe, effortlessly equipped and ready to work.
Comfort for the Long Haul
Sewer work is grueling enough. We equip our trucks so operators can be comfortable, safe and efficient when putting in long days in the field.
Power to Spare
ROVVER X is famously power efficient, but our trucks don’t skimp on electrical supply. Choose from gas generator, diesel generator, inverter and engine PTO power options.
Take a look inside our inspection vehicles.
And when you’re ready, schedule a free on-site demo.
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.
Get up to speed
We did the research so you don’t have to. Here’s the scoop.
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.