Why is it Beneficial to use the Mitcorp X2000 Videoscope for Hydraulic Pump Inspections?
The processing industry relies on hydraulic pumps to operate machinery and equipment. These pumps are subjected to a lot of wear and tear, which can lead to problems such as flaking and the presence of foreign objects. To ensure the continued reliability of hydraulic pumps, it is important to inspect them regularly for signs of damage. This can be done using a videoscope, such as the Mitcorp X2000.
The Mitcorp X2000 is a high-performance videoscope that is specifically designed for inspecting hydraulic pumps. It features a 7″ LCD touchscreen, IP54 protection, and HDMI / USB Type-C / Wi-Fi connectivity. It can also be remotely controlled via the VideoscopeNow app. The X2000 comes with a variety of insertion probes that are available in different diameters and lengths. This allows you to inspect even the most difficult-to-reach areas of the pump.
How the Mitcorp X2000 Videoscope Helps Inspecting Hydraulic Pumps for Flaking and Foreign Objects
In one recent application, the Mitcorp X2000 was used to inspect hydraulic pumps in the processing industry. The goal of the inspection was to identify flaking due to deburring and foreign objects (after machining). The inspection was successful, and no metal parts were found inside the holes of the valve bodies. This ensures that the valves will function properly and prevent any downtime for the processing plant. The Mitcorp X2000 is a powerful tool that can help you inspect hydraulic pumps for signs of damage. It is easy to use and provides clear images and videos of the inspection area.
If you are looking for a reliable and high-quality videoscope for inspecting hydraulic pumps, then the Mitcorp X2000 is the perfect choice for you.