Industrial endoscopes are a branch of non-destructive testing and can be said to be a specialized inspection technique.
Due to its special size, the industrial endoscope allows us to easily and accurately observe the internal surface structure or working state of the object without destroying the surface of the object being inspected.
Non-destructive testing requires the use of industrial endoscopes as inspection tools, designed and manufactured to meet the complex industrial environment. Endoscopic detection is a detection technology that has been widely used in recent years with the development of endoscope manufacturing technology.
Industrial endoscopes can be used for inspection and observation of high temperature, toxic, nuclear radiation and places that are invisible to the human eye. They are mainly used in automobiles, aero engines, pipes, mechanical parts, etc., without the need to disassemble or destroy assembly and equipment. Non-destructive testing is achieved in the event of a stop operation. On the other hand, industrial endoscopes can be connected to cameras, cameras or electronic computers to form camera, video and image processing systems for monitoring, recording, storage and mapping of field of view objects. Image analysis provides a good guarantee for diagnosis and processing.