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Remote visual inspection equipment typically comprises borescopes, video borescopes, fibrescopes, push rod cameras, remotely operated pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) cameras, robotic crawlers and drones –  which often come with specialised tooling, features and intuitive software for optimum data management and analysis which enable the collection of clear, concise visual data (still or video) in real-time.

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In response to new safety requirements, Dow has invested millions of dollars in robotic equipment which are being used for conducting remote visual inspections and reconnaissance missions in traditional confined spaces and hazardous areas in their plants.  The equipment includes four Delta Crawlers which are intuitive remotely operated robotic systems from Crystal Cam Imaging Inc.

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One of the most common issues when doing alignments in an environment where other machines are operating nearby is that there may be high vibration from the adjacent equipment. In such cases (which happens often), it becomes nearly impossible to ascertain repeatability. However, a laser alignment tool can be used to achieve more accurate readings in situations of high vibration.

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Using the wrong equipment for a particular application can actually result in costly damage to the device, unsatisfactory inspections and wasted time and money.  But with so many different devices on the market and ever-changing technologies and innovations coming to the fore, how do you know which piece of RVI or NDT equipment is best-suited to your particular application?

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