WE’VE GOT SEDIVISION™ TECHNOLOGY
SediVision™ technology is a state-of-the-art sonar imaging method designed especially for wastewater tank conditions. With SediVision™, you can see what is in your tanks while they are full. Accurately mapping and computing the volume of material in your tanks enables you to make better decisions about when and how best to restore capacity.
HOW SEDIVISION™ HELPS
Given most wastewater infrastructure is out of sight, it often can be out of mind unless it becomes an emergency. In addition, because the water in most wastewater infrastructure is highly turbid, it can be difficult to see what is beneath the dark water in your tanks.
SediVision™ gives wastewater managers a clear picture of what is below the dark water in their tanks. Enabling managers to direct cleaning efforts towards structures with the highest accumulation, resulting in a more efficient cleaning process.
SediVision™ provides better visibility for the project ahead, ensuring thorough preparation, a customized solution, precise use of time and resources, and faster project completion. With SediVision™, you’ll get reliable information to make decisions.
HOW SEDIVISION™ WORKS
SediVision™ works by combining USST know-how with our proprietary state-of-the-art sonar imaging technology to create a tool that provides visibility where there has never been any; under dark water in tanks that may require maintenance.
SediVision™ provides accountability and allows for easy verification of material removal after cleaning. By providing a picture of what is inside the tank, you can avoid logistical and operational problems associated with draining down.
Using SediVision™, we will verify what, where, and how much material needs to be removed and provide pre-cleaning inspection images and reports. This means we can remove all of the material the first time and with our post-cleaning verification, you will know the job was done right.
How much material is in your wastewater tanks?
Don’t assume any longer.
By using SediVision™, utility managers can know exactly how much material has accumulated in their tanks, and make better decisions managing limited resources while prioritizing critical wet infrastructure.