Cavities in all kinds of Castings
Simple-geometry castings can be well inspected using rigid borescopes (robust, high image quality, low cost). They are typically used in combination with camera systems and monitors. For documentation purposes, retrofitting with documentation systems or suitable digital cameras is possible at any time.
Elastoscopes are excellent means for inspecting curved cavities of castings because they are abrasion-resistant and resistant to buckling.
Castings having more complex geometries are inspected using either flexible endoscopes (less expensive and easier to manoeuvre) or videoscopes (higher resolutions, ideally suited for documentation). They should be protected by a high-quality tungsten braid sheathing to withstand the high loads involved. Considering the wear during routine tests, it is recommended to have the outer braid sheathing replaced early enough to prevent damage to the optical and precision components inside. We also offer UV endoscopes for use in dye-penetrant testing. Let us advise you.
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