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borehole camera

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Definition

Primarily found in Oil & Gas and Mining applications, Borehole Cameras are meant to cover long distances. Borehole Cameras usually come on a spool or a reel, as Insertion Tube or Insertion Probe lengths can exceed hundreds of meters. Closely related to Drain Cameras, Pipe Cameras, or Sewer Cameras, features like Articulation or Working Channels are usually not native to Borehole Cameras. Depending on the specific inspection application, Borehole Cameras can be used on mines, oil wells, water wells, pipelines, and even sewer lines.

Related terms: insertion tube, insertion probe, articulation, working channel, drain camera, pipe camera, sewer camera

Borehole Camera Images

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