RF System Lab Announces New Customers

RF System Lab welcomed new customers last month in a multitude of industries. RF System Lab’s most recent client list includes companies in power generation, oil and gas, energy, casting, and food processing.
One of RF System Lab’s newest customers in the food processing industry is MillerCoors. MillerCoors is a leading U. S. brewing company that is a joint venture between SABMiller and Molson Coors Brewing Company. They required a high-quality borescope to complete processed piping sanitation inspections and ensure that their pipes were clean and had no leakage. With a reputation of quality products on the line, MillerCoors needed to make sure to invest in a borescope that could help them complete sanitation inspections with confidence.
Husky Energy is another company among RF System Lab’s newest customers. Husky Energy, representing both the oil and gas and energy industries, is one of Canada’s largest integrated energy companies. Husky Energy was looking for a reasonably priced, fully-functioning video borescope to perform asset integrity inspections on pumps and valves. They have provided nothing but positive feedback about their 6.9mm – 5m borescope purchase. The 5 meter length makes the VJ-ADV perfect for a crucial part of their integrity inspections; examining longer pipes.
Another new VJ-Advance video borescope user is National Mechanical Services. National Mechanical Services, a well-known power generation field service company specializing in generators, heavy rotating equipment and outside machinery repairs, purchased the 6.9mm – 3m VJ-Advance video borescope to assist with power generator service and repair. One notable use of the versatile 6.9mm VJ-ADV is complex stator end winding inspections to ensure that they are not melted or damaged.
RF System Lab is proud to have world leader in superalloy, aluminum and titanium investment casting, PCC Structurals, as a new customer. PCC Structurals purchased the 2.8mm VJ-ADV to take advantage of the benefits that a super-slim articulating video borescope provides. Having the ability to easily ensure that holes in casted parts were not blocked and that internal passageways did not contain any foreign object debris (FOD) after removing the casting mold is crucial to any casting business. For this reason, many casting companies struggle with rigid-style borescopes, so investing in a video borescope with 360 degree articulation and a high-resolution camera with video capabilities was an easy decision for PCC Structurals.

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