Oct 25 2007
Moritex has announced a new and informative guide entitled 'Choosing a borescope for your application' for engineers and technicians tasked with quality inspecting internal structures and surfaces of manufactured parts for defects.
Modern borescopes give clear, unambiguous images that enable you to make confident quality decisions. By using borescopes with video or digital cameras, an image can be comfortably viewed at high magnification, shared with others and stored. Borescopes are powerful, and indeed essential, in many quality assurance procedures, yet are simple and intuitive to apply. However which type of borescope is best for your application?
After providing an introduction to borescope technology the new guide leads the reader through a logical step by step process (consider access to the area to be inspected ' select borescope diameter ' choosing direction of view ' choosing control of direction of view) to ensure the optimum borescope is selected. The guide also includes case studies with an airplane propeller manufacturer, a defence contractor making automotive transmissions, a police forensic laboratory and a precision machining company making fuel control housings.
Moritex offer a comprehensive range of endoscopes, borescopes and accessories to suit your industrial inspection needs. Available with rigid or flexible probes, each with integral battery powered illumination, Moritex endoscopes and borescopes are equipped with the highest quality optics to ensure distortion free viewing with true colour reproduction.
To receive a copy of the new guide please contact please contact Moritex.