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Short Wavelength Infrared (SWIR) endoscopic viewing system
Short Wavelength Infrared (SWIR) endoscopic viewing system

As a supplier of specialist endoscopic systems for hostile environments, Resolve Optics supplies several endoscopes to endure challenging applications. Among them, to make possible the inspection inside of operating furnace and boilers, these specialist endoscopes non-invasively analyze high temperature processes including incineration, recycling, smelting and chemical manufacturing. The Short Wavelength Infrared (SWIR) endoscopic viewing system enables inspection of the blades inside a gas turbine engine. This requires that the endoscope can operate up to 950° C at the tip with 150PSI pressure and allows to withstand severe vibration.


Withstand challenging operating environments (radiation, temperature, pressure or vibration)


In addition, the Infrared (IR) endoscope operates with a high-end thermal camera and improves the safety of monitoring of the glass vitrification at a leading radioactive waste reprocessing plant. Working at 7-14 microns, it delivers the desired field of view to monitor the vitrification cell and to transfer the image in the bolometer-based thermal camera.

Posted on July 25, 2019 - (143 views)
Resolve Optics Ltd
Asheridge Road
HP5 2PT Chesham - United Kingdom
+44-1494-777100
+44-1494-775201
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