Borescope suits long, straight inspection applications.
January 15, 2009 -
Modular in design, Extendable Rigid Video Borescope lets user add extender sections to provide working lengths up to 120 ft. Mini color video camera attaches to eyepiece to produce images that can be viewed and recorded on digital MP4, 20 GB hard drive video recorder/player with 7 in. display, or digital video recorder/player that stores images on 8 mm tape or memory card. Available in 23, 35, 45, and 70 mm diameters, scope identifies flaws as small as 0.0005 in.
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Lenox Instrument Co.
267 Andrews Rd., Scottsville Industrial Park
Trevose, PA, 19053 3427
Lenox Extendable Video Borescope Provides Lower Cost Alternative to Flexible Videoscopes in Long, Straight Inspection Applications
Trevose, PA, January 12, 2008 -- Lenox Instrument Company, the manufacturer of the original borescope, today announced the Lenox Extendable Rigid Video Borescope with enhanced digital recording capabilities to the company's extensive line of rugged, high performance sectional, extendable borescopes.
"The new Extendable Video Borescope is less expensive than traditional flexible videoscopes and delivers uncompromised image quality in long, straight visual inspection applications," said Paul Lang, Vice President of Lenox Instrument Company.
The available color video mini camera attaches to the borescope's eyepiece to produce crisp, clear, high-resolution images. Images can be viewed and recorded on either a digital MP4, 20 GB hard drive video recorder/player with a high-resolution 7 inch display or on a digital video recorder/player with a high-resolution 7 inch display that stores images on 8mm tape or memory card.
"The availability of digital recording capabilities on our extendable borescopes further increases the versatility and range of applications," said Lang. "The added technology allows for more advanced inspections and before and after comparison and analysis."
The Lenox Extendable Video Borescopes are versatile instruments used to inspect internal surface areas in turbine shafting, tubing, drill pipe, vessels and chambers, chemical reactors, hydraulic cylinders, heat exchangers, aircraft landing gear, radioactive equipment, power generation equipment, process lines, vats, rocket casings, foundations of dams and structures, helicopters, tank cars and many more applications.
Lenox sectional, Extendable Video Borescopes are modular in design and allow the user to add extender sections to provide long working lengths up to 120 feet (36.6 m). The borescopes are available in diameters of 23, 35, 45, and 70 mm and deliver uncompromising image resolution to allow identification of flaws as small as 0.0005 in.
Various viewing heads like right angle, bottoming, retrospective, forward oblique and circumference are available for Lenox sectional, extendable borescopes. The circumference (panoramic) viewing head, which is designed to allow for rapid inspection of tubing or other cylindrical shaped structures, projects forward to view the wall at slanting incidence so a 360 degree band, several inches wide can be seen at a glance. A centrally located mirror provides a right angle view for more critical examination of the area just scanned by the panoramic view as the borescope is advanced.
Lenox sectional, Extendable Video Borescope systems with the added digital recording capabilities are a viable alternative to more expensive and labor intensive videoscope systems and, for many applications, offer users the advantage of being able to inspect large surface areas in less time.
Each Lenox sectional, Extendable Video Borescope system is designed, manufactured and serviced in-house by Lenox Instrument Company and is backed by a two-year warranty. For more information on extendable borescopes and digital recording systems from Lenox, please contact Lenox Instrument Company, Inc., at 1-800-356-1104 or visit www.lenoxinst.com.
For more than 80 years, Lenox Instrument Company has been serving the defense, power generation, and industrial markets by solving their most challenging, and often, hostile remote image acquisition. Located outside Philadelphia, in Bucks County PA, Lenox is a leading global manufacturer and supplier of premier Remote Vision Instruments (R.V.I.) Lenox offers a full line of borescopes, videoscopes, and light sources. Lenox also manufactures FireSight, our exclusive line of high temperature boiler and furnace camera systems. All Lenox products are factory-serviced and backed by industry-leading warranties.
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