AMAC Chimney and Duct Cameras
AMAC’s chimney and duct cameras are portable inspection systems. Images can be viewed in black and white, or colour, depending on which system you choose. From the entry level Look See which is non-recordable to the full colour Twin Eye which has full SD card recording and playback facility. The videos are black and white extracts taken from full surveys carried out using our cameras.
The flue has been in constant used by an oil fired Rayburn. The initial flue is 9 inches in diameter, and is un-swept.
From the first instance cracks appear in the side walls of the liner, the joints have separated causing the liner sections to shift. The flue then reduces in size to 6 inches, causing a step in the liner. The camera and brush are rotated to allow them to fit through the opening and clear the ridge. A large amount of debris can then be seen clinging to the inside of the liner on the left hand side. The bends are no problem for the camera, which keeps moving up towards the stack. When the light appears from the top of the stack the camera LED’s automatically start to compensate for the increase in light and start to shut down. The camera reaches the top of the chimney where the inside of the cap can be seen.