boroscope

boroscope

boroscope
A slender optical periscope capable of insertion into narrow openings or apertures to inspect the interior of engines and accessories that are other-wise impossible to see. It usually has a device for illuminating the part being observed, besides having a system of mirrors and lenses.
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Tenders are invited for supply of video boroscope 01 no as per tender technical specification
We inserted a boroscope, and after extensively searching for about an hour, AD2 Jonathon Butler froze for a moment.
Engine maintenance for General Electric CF-34 engines include, boroscope inspections, troubleshooting and engine rigging.
Students will receive training on line maintenance, on wing boroscope inspection and repair, trouble shooting and engine diagnostics monitoring on engines like GE90-115B, GENx engine that power
Both the engines were checked and boroscope inspection was carried out.
Then he discusses such aspects as hardware, controls, accessories, parameter characteristics, inlet and exhaust treatment, acoustics and noise control, detectable problems, and boroscope inspection.
GE explains the issue involved guidelines in the CF34 service manual to complete a boroscope inspection of the high-pressure compressor at certain intervals.
Recent advances in boroscope design make easy the visual inspection of airframes and engines, for example, and the Olympus company of New York is now offering the: "next revolution in Remote Visual Inspection" with its IPLEX FX videoscope, which is a boroscope combining advanced video features and lightweight portability.
Following the engine tests, an engine teardown included a boroscope inspection of the gas generator and a visual inspection of all HSPT components, including in-situ gaps/ clearances measurements, and inspection of all power turbine rotor buckets and nozzles, to confirm the absence of defects or design flaws and confirm consistency with PGT25+ field experience.
GMS offers a broad line of Inspection, Testing, and Investigative Services including Structural Steel Inspection, Welding Inspection, Structural Bolting Inspection, Masonry Inspection, Reinforced Concrete Inspection, Crack Monitoring, Due Diligence Investigations, Structural Stability Inspection, Boroscope Inspection, Flat Jack Masonry Testing, Strain Gage Testing, Load Testing, Corrosion Analysis, Waterproofing Inspection, Fastener or Weld Failure Analysis, Facade and Curtain Wall Inspection, Seismographic--Vibration Monitoring, Pre-construction Surveys, Inclinometer--Levelness Testing, and Leak Investigation.
A boroscope and a relatively small hole can allow the investigator to observe the inside wall directly on the exterior wall or at a 90-degree angle.
Techniques used during equipment shutdowns include scale analysis, nondestructive testing, and boroscope inspections.