How Do Industrial Endoscopes Work?

Endoscopic detection, also known as endoscope inspection, is a versatile tool for multi-disciplinary. Its function is to explore the deep part of the bending pipeline, to observe the parts that can not be directly seen, to observe the internal space structure and state in the sealed cavity, and to realize long-distance observation and operation.

Endoscope inspection is a visual inspection method for quality control of containers, pipelines, the interior of non-removable equipment, the interior surface of narrow slits, water and oil, etc. under the liquid level and in areas where human vision can not be directly observed under special circumstances.

Pipeline Detection: Defects, Leaks, Corrosion and Deformation in the Supply Pipeline

Turbine Maintenance: Turbine Cleaning, Inspection of Blade and Nozzle Blockage, Retrieval of Falling Parts, Internal and External Corrosion of Pipeline

Aerospace industry: routine maintenance and inspection of railways, large marine diesel engines, various engines and pipelines.

Petrochemical industry: There is no need to disassemble the inspection equipment in the testing process, so it is a very cost-effective testing solution.

Automobile manufacturing, transportation: In the cleaning and maintenance of automobile engines, endoscopes are also indispensable daily tools.

Locomotive, Engineering, Pharmaceutical, Food Pipeline: Railway / Ship for inspection of electric locomotive, air conditioning system, turbine, heater, diesel engine, boiler flame, pipeline.

Mechanical foundry industry: used in automobile parts casting, hydraulic casting, pump body and valve body casting, mechanical parts casting, pipeline and pipe casting units, used to check the quality control of sand inclusion, burrs and staggered holes in casting.

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