Since the introduction of the VJ series video borescope in 2008, the aircraft maintenance industry has been the leading adopter of this ground-breaking technology. And the key application for which the VJ borescope is being used? Aircraft turbine engine inspection.
Anyone involved in the turbine inspection process knows there are a lot of options available when it comes to borescopes, videoscopes or even fiberscopes. These options range in price from a few hundred dollars to over $40,000. The VJ was designed to provide the features, image quality and ease of use necessary for this critical application, while respecting the fact that every company has to stay within a budget. Whether you work on massive GE90s or the venerable Pratt and Whitney PT6, we have a video borescope to suit your requirements. With our pistol-grip design, joystick-controlled articulation, and medical-grade camera, you owe it to yourself to see why the VJ-Advance is becoming the top borescope choice for AMTs all over North America.
Sign up to receive your no cost demo unit and put the VJ-Advance to the test at your own facility, and you’ll see why companies like Southwest Airlines, American, Kalitta, Duncan Aviation and Lockheed have chosen our video borescope for their own inspections. Whether you work on the Pratt and Whitney PT6 or the GE 90, or anything in between, you’ll be glad you did.
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