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    Visual inspection solutions for the chimney inspection video cameras

    Welcome to our Chimney Inspection Cameras section. Chimney Inspection Cameras are becoming increasingly popular, especially when physical inspection of chimney surfaces is not feasible. This is particularly necessary for small diameter chimney liners, old stone flues in unknown condition, in order to get safety certificates, etc.

    By Medit Inc. based in Winnipeg, MANITOBA (CANADA).

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    Visual inspection solutions for the boroscope and video boroscope for remote visual inspections

    Boroscopes (aka Borescopes)are useful and valuable tools in any industry where remote visual inspections are important. Traditional, non-video techniques for tracking an object, do not work as well within the environment a boroscope typically encounters. Using these devices you can get clear visual access to many hard-to-reach places without a complete tear-down of the components. There are two main types of boroscopes - rigid and flexible. You can get flexible boroscopes with 2 way and 4 way tip articulation, as well as devices without tip articulation.

    By Medit Inc. based in Winnipeg, MANITOBA (CANADA).

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    Visual inspection solutions for the borescopes for turbine and turbine components inspection

    Turbines and generators are important pieces of machinery that need to be properly maintained and repaired to ensure maximum service life and safety. Non destructive remote visual inspection of turbines with a video borescope is a cost effective and efficient way to inspect without having to disassemble a turbine. Steam and gas turbines run at extremely high pressures, and they need to be kept in good mechanical shape to efficiently do their jobs. Not only is efficiency a concern, no one wants to learn there is a problem with the gas turbine in their engine while in use, proper maintenance checks can play a huge role in ensuring the functionality and safety of these engines.

    By Medit Inc. based in Winnipeg, MANITOBA (CANADA).

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    Visual inspection solutions for the drain inspection cameras for pipe and pipeline inspections

    Drain inspection cameras are used for pipeline and duct inspections in plumbing, repair work. These systems consist a long insertion probe with a flexible "goose-neck" video camera probe for getting around corners. LED lights give excellent illumination and cctv type cheap on the tip captures clear images and allows image and video saving.

    By Medit Inc. based in Winnipeg, MANITOBA (CANADA).

  • Video Inspection of Drilled Shafts, Piers, Caissons

    Allegheny Instrument's GeoVISION borehole video camera inspection systems are used to visually inspect drilled shafts, caissons, piers. Downward view, side view, and pan and tilt options.

    By Allegheny Instruments, Inc. based in Monterey, VIRGINIA (USA).

  • Video Inspection of Monitoring Wells

    GeoVISION borehole video camera systems are used to visually inspect monitoring wells.

    By Allegheny Instruments, Inc. based in Monterey, VIRGINIA (USA).

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    Visual inspection solutions for the borescope for rifle in firearm inspection

    Cleaning and maintaining the barrel is an extremely important part of caring for any firearm, ensuring safe and accurate long-term use. Rigid borescopes are a valuable tool for inspecting not just the barrel, but just about any hard to visualize places on a firearm, all you need is a space large enough to insert the lens into. Borescopes for barrel inspectionsare relatively easy to use and allow you real time visualization; cameras can also be attached to the borescope to take pictures or record video during visual inspection. Borescopes for firearm provide the only way to truly fully inspect inside the barrel of a gun or rifle, allowing you to have a clear, crisp and up close views of the entire barrel.

    By Medit Inc. based in Winnipeg, MANITOBA (CANADA).

  • Monitoring Well Inspection With 3/4-inch Video Camera

    Allegheny Instrument's Nano downhole camera is used to visually inspect groundwater monitoring wells from 1-inch diameter and larger to depths of 1,000 feet with the Heavy Duty hand reel system and depths of 2,000 feet with the Deluxe motorized winch.

    By Allegheny Instruments, Inc. based in Monterey, VIRGINIA (USA).

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