September 2008

Trends and Resources

HP Innovations

'Revolutionary' portable video borescope GE Sensing & Inspection Technologies has released the XL Go VideoProbe. Weighing only 3.8 lb, it is claimed to be the most portable, lightweight, high-resoluti..

'Revolutionary' portable video borescope GE Sensing & Inspection Technologies has released the XL Go VideoProbe. Weighing only 3.8 lb, it is claimed to be the most portable, lightweight, high-resolution video borescope available to tackle inspections in small, hard-to-reach places (Fig. 1). Applications include the inspection of pipelines, gas and steam turbines, aircraft and automotive engines, underground sewer lines, steam generators, heat exchangers or windmills to detect any damage or defects without disassembly. Powered by a lithium ion battery, the XL Go is cordless and has no tethers, offering increased access and flexibility during inspections. Its compact design and shippin

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