Video Borescope with a Long Length Insertion Probe
Many industrial applications require the use of borescopes with an extra-long length. For fast and efficient inspection of electrical conduits, heat exchangers, pharmaceutical high purity piping and other applications sometimes you need a borescope with an insertion probe up to 30 meters (98 ft) in length. For more complex and challenging inspections tip articulation is required. We have years of experience in these industries and can find a suitable long borescope for your specific application and budget

LONG BORESCOPES

Long Borescopes with non-articulating tip

Long Borescopes with 2- and 4-way tip articulation

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As their name implies, in this category we present video borescopes and push cameras with long cables or insertion probes
Long borescopes with articulating tip cables are available up to 15m (49') in length. Non-articulating straight view probes feature lengths up to 30m (98'). On push cameras, the maximum push rod length reaches 120 meters (400').
Long cables coupled with comparatively small head diameters, 8mm or less on video borescopes and 22mm (under 1'') on push cameras make long borescopes an indispensable tool for most types of inspections in narrow diameter pipes and tubes, including those with multiple bends and turns.
One remarkable feature of long borescopes is their modular design. All these systems come with interchangeable probes, camera heads, and base units. This makes these kinds of inspection devices extremely versatile and fit for a great variety of jobs.
Besides, this enhances their cost efficiency, since the servicing and repair of modular tools is a lot easier and less costly.