The "SL-RAT" consists of two pieces of equipment—a speaker and a microphone—that are placed on adjacent manholes. Using a series of sounds at different frequencies, the SL-RAT can tell the amount of blockage in any segment of pipe. This information is stored in computers and supplied by Borden in a GIS map.
The Rat allows rapid assessment of your entire system with:
Here is a short video that describes how the SL-RAT works.
Ready to learn all about the SL-RAT and how it can move your system from the old, schedule-based management system to the new, condition-based system?
We've recorded a lunch-and-learn webinar that walks through everything you need to know about this exciting new way of managing your collection system.
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