Designed for Harsh environments
Our Robots have been designed keeping the extremely harsh and unpredictable sewer and water pipeline conditions prevailing in 3rd world countries. DSI has also given due importance to the problems faced due to handling of such systems by non-technical labor.
Beaver series is a state-of-the-art Inspection System that is at par with any such system of its class. A plethora of features and models are available that fit right into your requirement. The controlling software and panel is at par or superior in performance and features to most systems across the world. The user-friendly interface makes the inspection process easier yet comprehensive.
100% In-house manufacturing
We have developed state-of-the-art Robotic Systems which are comparable and even better to the leading brands in their class. Our complete in-house manufacturing capability enables us to provide component level service and repair that reduces your maintenance response time and further greatly reduces your service expenses even after the warranty periods as we do component and circuit level repairs rather than changing parts like distributors or agents of foreign brands.
We also make customized robotic systems for specialized requirements. Due to our complete in-house capability we are able to offer solutions for any challenging problems that you face in pipeline conditional assessments on a project basis.
Adherence to Safety rules & recommendations
The Beaver series system current-consumption (i.e., the current flowing through winch, cable & robot) is below 76 Volt DC unlike other international manufacturers that work between 120 V to 180 V DC. This is to prevent electrocution of labor working in the line in the remote event of current leakage from connectors or cable due to some breakage. This is because, it is common knowledge that unlike western countries, the labor working in the pipeline sector of 2nd and 3rd world countries is uneducated and safety norms are seldom adhered to by both labor and contractor. In the absence of safety gear, the labor can get exposed to current leaking through water in the line and cause electrocution UNLESS the voltage is below 80 V DC.