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Care and Precautions for Your Borescope Investment

Care and Precautions for Your Borescope Investment

Borescopes and Videoscopes are an important piece of equipment for your quality and inspection department.   Both fiberscopes and videoscopes provide the ability to thoroughly examine your specific inspection requirement, enabling challenging inspections to be...

Confined Space Visual Inspections

Confined Space Visual Inspections

What is a Confined Space? Confined Space refers to any place, including any vessel, tank, container, pit, bund, chamber, cellar or any other similar space which, by virtue of its enclosed nature, creates conditions that give rise to a likelihood of an accident, harm...

Bore Scope, Borascope, Bore-Scope or Borescope?

Bore Scope, Borascope, Bore-Scope or Borescope?

You may say, “I went on Google and tried to search for a Borascope but didn’t find what needed." Well, the truth is that this visual inspection device has a few different spellings that will offer differing results. In fact, the singular spelling of BORESCOPE may...

ASNT Annual Conference 2021

The Conference will be held 15–18 November 2021 in Phoenix, Arizona. Expect an extensive assortment of technical sessions, presentations, a wide variety of NDT technology and products, and plenty of opportunities to network at ASNT 2021! The Phoenix Convention Center...

Reconnecting at the NBAA

Thanks to everyone that made the NABB 2021 a success!   This international aviation event is one of the world’s greatest venues.   Each year thousands of aviation professionals and enthusiast come and visit.   This year’s event in Las Vegas didn’t let us down. ...

The NEW Mincam 13 Mincord 5

The NEW Mincam 13 Mincord 5

MinCord mini13 Portable Visual Inspection System minCord V Compact Push Camera Are you looking for a small diameter pipe inspection camera?  Then look no further than the MinCord compact push camera.  The MinCord 13 offers a probe that can navigate 90 degree bends in...

Houstex 2021

Houstex 2021

Get on the right business path at the foremost Southwest manufacturing trade show—HOUSTEX in Houston. Attended by the Southwest manufacturing industry’s best and brightest minds, HOUSTEX provides you with the ideal location to connect with and sell to representatives...

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Videoscopes vs. Fiberscopes: Determining The Differences

Videoscopes vs. Fiberscopes: Determining The Differences

Advances in optical technology have revolutionized repair operations across many industries. As a result, borescopes give workers the chance to view hidden nooks and crannies that might otherwise be out of view. They save time and money – two things that usually accompany disassembly procedures.

What Is A Videoscope?

What Is A Videoscope?

A videoscope is a type of borescope that uses small sensors at the tip of the scope to capture video imaging. The video is then relayed to a lens and display screen. Videoscopes are useful in a wide range of industries, and are an undeniably important tool for any kind of internal inspection job. Today, professionals can choose from a wide range of videoscopes depending on their needs. From simple PVC-covered videoscopes to highly efficient models with four-way articulation, there’s no shortage of great options available.

Videoscopes vs. Fiberscopes: Determining The Differences

Advances in optical technology have revolutionized repair operations across many industries. As a result, borescopes give workers the chance to view hidden nooks and crannies that might otherwise be out of view. They save time and money – two things that usually accompany disassembly procedures.

What Is A Videoscope?

A videoscope is a type of borescope that uses small sensors at the tip of the scope to capture video imaging. The video is then relayed to a lens and display screen. Videoscopes are useful in a wide range of industries, and are an undeniably important tool for any kind of internal inspection job. Today, professionals can choose from a wide range of videoscopes depending on their needs. From simple PVC-covered videoscopes to highly efficient models with four-way articulation, there’s no shortage of great options available.

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