What are the accessories and auxiliary tools commonly used in industrial endoscope inspection?
1. The variable angle support bracket combination of the handheld machine.
Handheld endoscopes are usually lighter, and the purpose of configuring the
bracket is to give the examiner more flexible choices, and the variable angle
can make the examiner more comfortable to use.
2. Rigid casing and handle. The soft insertion part of the industrial video
endoscope makes it capable of more inspection tasks, but when inspecting the air
inlet, nozzle, etc., you may encounter some troubles. The use of rigid sleeves
and handles can increase The hardness of the inserted part makes it easier to
3. Objective lens adapter lens and storage box. The objective lens of the
Waring MViQ video endoscope can be flexibly replaced, front-view lens, side-view
lens, observation lens, observation and measurement integrated lens...Equipped
with different types of lenses, it can be added for on-site inspection More
flexibility, convenient operation and better detection results.
4. Clean the kit. It contains cleaning and wiping products with specific
alcohol concentration, such as ordinary cotton swabs, pointed cotton swabs,
etc., which can facilitate the examiner to clean the objective lens adapter lens
at any time and provide protection for clear imaging.
5. Manipulator device. Foreign objects in pipes and equipment are sometimes
irrelevant, and sometimes may cause accidents, especially foreign objects in
aircraft engines, which must be cleaned up in time. The manipulator device can
enter the pipeline or equipment along with the probe, and by controlling the
loosening and tightening of the gripping device (three-wire claw or sling) on
the top of the manipulator, it can grasp foreign objects, and finally complete
the cleaning task with the probe withdrawal.
6. Turn the tool. This auxiliary tool is optional for hole inspection,
because traditional engine endoscopic inspection requires two people to work
together. One operator rotates the engine with a wrench, and one operator
observes through an endoscope in order to observe each blade. , The operator
needs to turn the engine back and forth, which is a slow and tedious process.
Using a rotating tool with a built-in electric motor, you can select manual
control or automatic blade rotation mode, and one operator can independently
complete the inspection task of hundreds of blades on the