Inspection With Long Videoscopes – Technology and Best Practices
The use of videoscopes enables the inspection of different types and lengths of pipework in several industries, such as oil & gas, power generation, bioprocessing and food and beverage.
The use of videoscopes enables the inspection of different types and lengths of pipework in several industries, such as oil & gas, power generation, bioprocessing and food and beverage. The inspection of long, complex pipe networks presents additional challenges when compared to applications with shorter lengths: the inspector needs to be able to maneuver a long probe, while being able to determine its location in the pipe and acquire high quality images and videos. This must be done avoiding health, safety and environment hazards, while minimizing wear and damage to the equipment.
During this webinar, we will discuss the technology of long videoscopes, how to get the best out of them, and how to tackle the most common challenges in their use. We will cover topics including:
- What are long scopes and where can we use them?
- What features are necessary on long videoscopes to address visual inspection needs
- Best practices for navigating the videoscope and maximizing probability of detection
- Maximizing the life of your videoscope and tips to reduce equipment downtime
- Inspection in special conditions: water and radiation
The session will be followed by a live Q&A with remote visual inspection specialists at Olympus.
Bayard Morales, Product Marketing Manager
Bayard has 15 years of experience working with a wide range of industrial applications, having also worked as a project engineer and product specialist in the fields of numerical simulation and industrial lubricants.