BMK Technologies is a dedicated and specialist pipeline survey and cleaning operation, with a sound reputation for the delivery of professional solutions and client service excellence. We have the capacity to undertake detailed maintenance inspections, pre-rehabilitation assessments and emergency inspections on behalf of a wide range of clients.
We have grown to become a leading force in pipeline inspection, data-gathering and infrastructure assessment provision in South Africa.
Employing state-of-the-art equipment, technology, software and remotely-controlled fault-finding equipment, our highly skilled professionals investigate, assess and report on any form of pipeline infrastructure, while constantly ensuring effective, world-class environmental management, the conservation of resources and the prevention of pollution. In addition and as part of our one-stop solution provision, our team of professionally-registered engineers is on hand to immediately provide expert advice and problem resolution services.
We have invested in the highly flexible, robust and sophisticated iPEK pipeline inspection system - used and trusted in more than 100 countries around the world - for our diverse subterranean infrastructure inspection activities.
Our range of advanced and remotely-operated Rovion crawlers, equipped with pan and tilt camera systems, micro-sized CCTV and push rod camera systems enable us to closely examine and capture data relating to difficult-to-reach areas and in pipeline interiors from 100mm to 2 000mm in diameter.
These light-equipped crawlers transmit detailed information and visual material back to high-level control panels located in our fleet of iPEK-based and custom-built vehicles, enabling our compilation of comprehensive assessment reports for clients, together with video evidence of inspection outcomes.
The benefits associated with the use of such technologically-advanced inspection equipment include:
The elimination of any subjectivity associated with reporting;
Video evidence of pipeline interiors for ease of reference;
Ease of access - up to 1 000 metres from a single point of entry;
Ability to conduct inspections in all flow conditions; and