borescope


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borescope

, bore scope (bor′skōp″)
Any device used to look inside small spaces or internal organs. It has three basic parts: an eyepiece on one end, a lens on the other, and a medium (such as a fiberoptic cable) that transmits light from the lens to the eyepiece.
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Control the direction-of-view (DOV using a thumb lever on the aluminum borescope body.
The sessions focus on overall familiarisation of airline, flight-line and maintenance crews, line maintenance, borescope inspection, trouble shooting, diagnostics monitoring and fleet management.
The single failure occurred in one of the first trials while we were learning to use the borescope under natural conditions in the dark.
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220) A borescope is an optical device consisting of a flexible tube with an eyepiece on one end.
The Twist-A-View is a flexible fiberoptic orbital probe borescope that allows for full 360 degree inspections of tight, restricted areas with a simple twist of the scope.
We receive the engine and conduct a thorough inspection to detect its problems using a borescope (an optical device consisting of a flexible tube with an eyepiece on one end).
Images using devices such as borescope cameras can put the factory-based engineers right into the heart of the engine allowing far better diagnosis of any problems.
We did a borescope down the fuel flow passages in several of the fuel nozzles and saw that our method wasn't cleaning that well.
A new video borescope design unveiled by GE Sensing & Inspection Technologies offers extreme portability that allows users to tackle non-destructive visual inspections of small, hard-to-reach places in pipe, engines and compressors.