ViewTech Borescopes Reports Strong 2020 4th Quarter
Quality Assurance Manager and Maintenance Planner are Two Users Who Ended Year Purchasing North America’s Top-Selling Video Borescope
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. – ViewTech Borescopes concluded 2020 with a 4th quarter, year-over-year, gain in sales. Two organizations that finalized their calendar year by adding a ViewTech VJ-3 video borescope to their maintenance and inspection protocols were a direct steam injection company and an oriented strand board manufacturer.
When the global headquarters for a direct steam injection (DSI) manufacturer sought a way to visually inspect extremely small internal passages throughout their hydro heating, steam heating, and industrialized products technology, an inquiry was placed with ViewTech Borescopes. After a brief conversation with an inspection borescope expert, it was determined the VJ-3 2.8mm x 1.0-meter video borescope would be best suited to access the DSI inspection areas described.
An advantage when considering ViewTech Borescopes remote visual inspection (RVI) video borescope technology is their free trial opportunity. During a no-cost, demo period, their DSI Quality Assurance Manager was able to inspect more than a dozen parts during a small portion of a workday. As a result, the management team, along with President and CEO, approved a year-end capital expenditure, making the VJ-3 video borescope their inspection tool.
Another demo offer that resulted in a VJ-3 video borescope being added to an inspection toolbox was with the world’s largest producer of oriented strand board (OSB). While searching inspection scopes to use in conjunction with a vibration monitoring system, an inquiry was placed with ViewTech Borescopes and a VJ-3 6.0mm x 1.5-meter Dual Camera was shipped to trial. While inspecting boiler tubes, conveyors, gear boxes, and equipment throughout one of their Southeast OSB production plant and mills, they decided to purchase the inspection demo unit they were currently utilizing onsite.