- Issue Time
- Aug 18,2020
In the industrial field, we often need to test various metal or non-metal materials or equipment and components to identify defective products and eliminate hidden equipment hazards.
In the industrial field, we often need to test various metal or non-metal materials or equipment and components to identify defective products and eliminate hidden equipment hazards. In order to reduce unnecessary losses as much as possible, this testing method is necessary. It affects and does not damage the performance of the tested object, nor does it damage the tissue of the tested object, which makes the application of non-destructive testing extremely wide.
After a long period of evolution and progress, non-destructive testing technology has become more and more diversified. It has gradually developed modern technology and equipment. Through a series of optical, electrical, magnetic, thermal, Sound changes, direct or indirect detection of product defects.
At present, non-destructive testing methods such as visual inspection, magnetic particle inspection, eddy current inspection, ultrasonic inspection, radiographic inspection and so on have been developed. These detection methods have their own advantages and disadvantages, and often need to be used in combination. Even some non-destructive testing methods need to be combined with destructive testing to ensure the reliability of the results.
Visual inspection method is a conventional non-destructive inspection method, commonly used instruments include microscopes, industrial endoscopes and so on. Industrial endoscope is a relatively common non-destructive testing instrument, which is often used for testing the inner surface of materials or equipment. The front end of the industrial endoscope pipeline is equipped with a camera, which can enter the internal cavity of the equipment or the inside of the pipeline, and perform long-distance observation of the area that the human eye cannot directly view.
For example, in the machining process, burrs are common surface defects. For example, the edges of some intersecting holes often have various forms of burrs, and industrial endoscopes can go deep into the holes for viewing. After the deburring process, an endoscope is needed for another observation. It can also be used for weld defect detection, cavity state detection, pipeline corrosion, equipment maintenance and inspection, etc.
The JEET industrial endoscope can see all directions more conveniently; the camera and video functions can save the observation image data; the measurement function can more accurately measure the size of the defect; the pipeline replacement function can cope with the inspection work in different scenarios .
JEET is a national high-tech enterprise that mainly develops, manufactures and sells industrial endoscopes and other products. Currently, it has developed a number of series with industry-leading technology, such as S, TS, TA series, etc., a unique pipeline replacement system and a three-dimensional measurement system , Has a wider range of applications, welcome to consult and understand.