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RVI in StreamES’s case refers to any technique which allows the examination of parts of a machine, process vessel, pipeline or other plant or any other part of a manufacturing installation which cannot be viewed under normal circumstances.
This includes the conventional interpretation of the term RVI involving the use of:
And in our case also:
Stream ES personnel have over 30 years of the use of RVI for a wide range of applications in many branches of industry and research and will be happy to work with you to determine an inspection system most appropriate for your needs.
Our range of fibrescopes, videoscopes and borescopes covers from 1.5 mm diameter up to 15mm diameter with forward and side facing lenses and in lengths from 0.3m to 7.5m We have the facility for remote measurement through videoscopes and borescopes for the monitoring of crack size, pit size, corrosion damage etc. A range of retrieval tools in ‘scopes with internal channels is also available for the removal of samples or the recovery of small items.
All ‘scopes work with white light and one unit is equipped with quartz optics to
both transmit and receive ultraviolet light for special purposes. This unit can
be used for fluorescent Magnetic Particle and Dye Penetrant Inspection of remote
locations (see above) and is ideal for the inspection of equipment for bacterial
contamination following sanitisation or in-
We also have stroboscopic light sources which allow the visualisation of the motion of internal components within machines or mechanisms where this is required.
Our in depth experience in the wide and varied use of RVI equipment for reliability surveys and troubleshooting applications is available to you on its own or together with the necessary equipment.
The use of a 7.5m long 6mm diameter Olympus videoscope is essential for the inspection of both the tubeside and shellside of this reactor.
The visual information from all of our ‘scopes can be recorded in real time onto DV tape or digital PVR or directly into a Laptop PC for permanent records or for comparison purposes.
The use of an ultraviolet fibrescope in combination with UV MPI enables the tube welds in both baskets in this high pressure boiler to be inspected around their entire circumference.
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