Working channel tools permit passage of operating instruments through the borescope from the control body to the distal tip. The purpose is to perform physical tasks at the examination site. Such tasks may include probing, scraping, brushing, grasping, suction, spraying, irrigation, and material retrieval.
These tools may be used when retrieval of loose nuts, bolts, screws, etc. is necessary.
This accessory may be used for scraping away corrosion from the inspection area.
This accessory can be used when removal of a large foreign object is necessary.
This accessory is used for irrigation or dye penetrants. No fluids should enter the working channel unless the Teflon tube is inserted first. All Fluids should be injected through this Teflon tubing to avoid unnecessary repairs to the borescope.
Machida recently announced two innovative additions to our videoscope product line. A 2mm Videoscope, VSC-2-86, and a 3mm Working Channel Videoscope, VSC-3-65C. Both units work with either the 15” Video Processor, 7-5050, or the 10” Portable Video Processor, 7-6060, and provide the same high quality image as the VSC-3-140-N Videoscope. Visit our Videoscope page to learn more.
Show: Quality Expo City: Chicago, IL Start Date: 2011-09-20 End Date: 2011-09-22
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