Stay On Top Of Your Corrosion Inspections
Find corroded parts before they create a downtime in your facility.
Borescopes for Corrosion Inspection
The National Association of Corrosion Engineers puts the estimated annual costs of corrosion at $276 billion. While this figure is staggering, it is not all that surprising. Considering that virtually any metal structure or piece of equipment that comes into contact with the air and water is subject to oxidation.
Corrosion Affects Many Industries
Corrosion affects nearly every industry but is especially harmful in industries such as power generation, aviation, chemical processing, oil and gas exploration and extraction, refining, and food and beverage processing. In all of these industries and many more, the VJ-3 video borescope is proving useful as a cost-effective way to monitor and help mitigate the damaging effects of corrosion. That’s because the VJ-3 allows a technician to see inside critical components without costly and time-consuming disassembly. With features such as joystick-controlled camera articulation and built-in image capture capability, problem areas can be easily pinpointed and visually monitored over time.