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    Visual inspection solutions for the borescope for engine inspection

    Visual inspections of engines and other hard to visualize places are an important part of ongoing automotive maintenance. Rigid and flexible borescopes are a great way to visually inspect engines without having to dismantle the engine block, as they allow you to remotely visualize dark, small, and hard to reach places. Routine inspection with a borescope will allow you identify problem areas and to replace or repair parts before they are causing problem. Flexible borescopes can also be used to track through parts of a fluid or air system to find leaks or blockages in hoses.

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

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    Visual inspection solutions for the borescope for casting inspections

    Casting is a manufacturing process that is used to make countless metal objects every day. Many of these metal pieces are extremely intricate and used as parts to make up larger complex machines, systems or units, such as engines, turbines, medical equipment etc. Inspecting these casting, before and during use is beneficial to maintaining the systems they make up. A rigid or flexible borescope is often the easiest, most efficient and fastest way to inspect the finer details inside of metal castings.

    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).

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    Visual inspection solutions for the sewer and wastewater industries

    Inspection Cameras for Water, Wastewater and Stormwater Systems. Water and wastewater pipelines require ongoing maintenance and quick, professional emergency response to avoid costly repairs, major financial losses, frustration on the side of the clients and al lot of other problems. Whether it is a simple sewer clog in a residential building or a pipeline problem at a water treatment plant, they need to be dealt with immediately. Whoever provides the quickest and the most efficient solution will get the job in the future.

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

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    Visual inspection solutions for the building industries

    Video Borescopes and Snake Scopes for Building and House Inspectors. Within the construction industry clients have to deal with constantly increasing safety requirements, which is an optimal time to implement an industrial borescope for inspections. Medit’s borescopes enable substantial examinations of buildings without interfering with their construction. These inspections can detect: * Biological damage, * Chemical damage, * Damage of a material/structural nature or * Damage caused by faulty building With our borescopes and snake scopes inspections can be documented quickly and with very little expenditure, particularly in the field. Remote Visual Inspection (RVI) applications in the building and construction industry are extensive, including air conditioning ducts, wall cavities, ventilation systems, ceiling, roof and floor voids, water tanks and pipes, wiring and boiler flues.

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

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    Visual inspection solutions for the duct HVAC camera

    Duct (HVAC) cleaning is an important part of maintaining good air quality in any building, if ducts are not being cleaned properly, air polluted by dust and other fine particles that can be harmful, will be circulated throughout the system. The best way to ensure ducts are being cleaned completely is to visually inspect them, this can now be accomplished using HVAC inspection cameras. These CCTV cameras are composed of a digital inspection camera attached to a push rod to enable the camera to access all parts of the duct work. With these HVAC cameras, small, normally inaccessible places in duct work can now be remotely visually inspected during and after cleaning to ensure a thorough job is done.

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

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    Visual inspection solutions for the plumbing camera in drain and sewage maintenance

    Video Inspection of pipelines and sewer systems is becoming more and more important, and is done with a digital camera essentially attached to a push rod to provide the user with a tool inserted down the pipes and that is able to inspect the inside of them, that would otherwise be inaccessible. The plumbing camera is attached to a screen for real time visualization that can also be recorded. These plumbing cameras can help visualize clogs and damage to pipes and sewer systems quickly in residential and commercial buildings.

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

  • 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).

  • 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).

  • 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).

  • Dams and Dikes Structural Health Monitoring Systems

    The control of a dam requires a wide range of important information coming from the sensors, which are of vital importance for the life of a dam. Engineers in charge can take specific and sudden decisions for a correct control of a dam`s reservoir, body and foundations. However, monitoring is not only carried out by sensors, but it also involves direct or remote visual inspection as well as topographical measuring.

    By Roctest - part of Nova Metrix LLC based in Saint-Lambert, QUEBEC (CANADA).

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