ViewTech Borescopes Announces Q3 2020 New VJ-3 Video Borescope Users
Top 5 Global Semiconductor Company and Canadian-Based Marine Transportation Company Join ViewTech’s Clientele
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. – ViewTech Borescopes continues to be the recommended and preferred nondestructive testing (NDT) visual inspection tool utilized across North America with their VJ-3 video borescope. With thousands of users relying on their VJ-3 to improve maintenance, inspection and repair processes, two of ViewTech’s newest clients include a semiconductor company and a marine transportation company.
One of the world’s largest semiconductor companies is utilizing their technology to advance industrial IoT (IIoT) throughout many applications and industries, including nuclear facilities. Having only a fiberscope as their RVI tool, it was essential they upgraded their visual aid device. Now equipped with a VJ-3 6.0mm x 8.0-meter Dual Camera video borescope, users can view straight ahead and at a 90-degree angle without removing the insertion tube from the inspection area.
In addition to two camera angles, their ViewTech Dual Camera borescope also provides better lighting, higher resolution images and clearer details of vacuum pump exhaust lines which previously were not detectable. The IIoT data transferred, along with visuals captured on their VJ-3 video borescope, assists in reducing maintenance costs and avoiding unscheduled outages.
With ViewTech Borescopes no-cost, on-site demo program, a Canadian marine transportation company arranged to have a VJ-3 6.0mm x 1.5-meter Dual Camera video borescope arrive while a vessel was scheduled to be out-of-commission. By trialing the VJ-3 Dual Camera while inspecting their Caterpillar MaK diesel engine, they knew ViewTech’s video borescope was the tool to use for all future inspections and maintenance requirements. Having the ability view target areas without engine teardowns, they are now extending the life of all their marine engines.