What are the advantages of industrial borescopes
Industrial borescopes are of great help to inspectors in industrial inspections. Many places that cannot be seen by human eyes can be detected using this device, which improves our detection efficiency.
The following questions are the advantages of high-definition industrial borescopes shared for you. The content analysis is as follows:
①D to improve the defect detection rate (POD)
With high-definition imaging, inspectors can continuously improve the probability of detection (POD) for key specifications such as corrosion, plugging, missing coating on turbine blades, and cracking by seeing more subtle differences. Especially in combination with 3D stereo measurement technology with 3D modeling capability, more efficient and more accurate inspections can be achieved.
②Reduce inspection time
Endoscopy work involves a variety of technical application research areas: compressor inspection in power plants, inspection of gasket offsets in turbines, inspection of heat exchangers and distillation columns, and some other enterprise various data applications, due to different life scenarios , remote visual inspection of the completion of the learning task.
The difference is huge. However, in either application, changing the optical adapter or repeatedly adjusting the probe position to see more clearly will mean slower inspection speeds, especially replacing the optical adapter may take exponentially longer just to relocate the once-positioned defect site.
With the digital zoom system that can be enhanced by network HD imaging, inspectors can capture sharper images, view all of these data images on an all-in-one handheld device, and identify less risky signs from longer distance information. This makes inspections faster and easier to perform. Performing inspections for each of your can save more or less time, then over a year or even longer periods of time; the time management savings will be a significant one.
③Reduce unnecessary economic losses or expenses
In traditional inspection, especially for some critical parts, inspectors often suspect potential problems or invisible signs. For example, an inspector tries to check for potential cracks in a turbine stage that is only visible in data between the blade structures, if you can't put the detector in the right place, you may make the wrong decision and the consequences may be Very serious. For example, in our inspection of a large urban gas turbine, once the suspected signs are judged to be defective, the turbine must be disassembled for a comprehensive inspection. This process can result in nearly a week of downtime and millions of dollars in lost revenue. With clear remote vision system images on high-definition technology equipment and the ability to make analytical measurements from greater distances, inspectors are able to make better decisions right from the start, reducing unnecessary financial losses.