Video Borescope 2020 4th Quarter Sales Off to Strong Start
New clients are replacing their inspection tools with the VJ-3 from ViewTech Borescopes
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. – As the final quarter of 2020 kicked off, ViewTech Borescopes VJ-3 video borescope demand remained steady. The top-selling video borescope company earned business from many new clients, including an internationally recognized railroad company and a shipbuilding company.
When searching to replace their fleet of aging borescopes, a North American railcar leasing company connected with ViewTech Borescopes at a previous FABTECH Expo. With each service and maintenance facility scattered across North America, through ViewTech Borescopes demo program, they were all able to experience the VJ-3 Dual Camera video borescope onsite. With many weld inspections needing completion, the VJ-3 6.0mm x 1.5-meter Dual Camera went above-and-beyond the capability of borescopes they were currently utilizing. With the ability to show the resolution of a metal ruler at 1/64th and the convenience of a magnetic base, a multiple-unit order was placed and shipped to all maintenance and service facilities.
As an East Coast shipbuilding company searched for a video borescope to provide better image quality, brighter lighting, full articulation, and a durable insertion tube, ViewTech Borescopes VJ-3 was the top-contender. With piping inspections ranging from 6 inches to 16 feet in length, the VJ-3 6.0mm x 5.0-meter video borescope was sent as part of ViewTech Borescopes no-cost, no-obligation demo offer. After experiencing a VJ-3 onsite, both welders and shipfitters were impressed with ViewTech’s inspection tool, including the 5.0-meter insertion tube’s ability to easily navigate through several 90-degree angles. Since adding six VJ-3 video borescopes to their toolbox, inspection times have decreased, and image quality has improved.