RF System Lab Presents at the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Chapter Meeting
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) has chapters across the globe. Each of these chapters hold quarterly meetings that are hosted by different ASME members. Topics include industry news and learning opportunities for the Mechanical Engineering field. This October’s meeting was hosted by the Mitsubishi Houston Repair Facility. The Houston area ASME-International Gas Turbine Technical Chapter (ASME-GTTC) is dedicated to the design, manufacture, operation, maintenance and business of gas turbine based technologies.
Not only was RF System Lab’s Sales Consultant, Jess Kuznicki, invited to attend this quarter’s chapter meeting, he was asked to put on a presentation. This makes him the first person outside of the ASME society to direct a presentation for ASME members.
Jess was able to present a detailed overview of the VJ-Advance (VJ-ADV) video borescope to over 40 ASME members. To cap off the presentation, all members in attendance were able to use the VJ-Advance on a fully-equipped Mitsubishi 501G power generation turbine.
When asked about the experience, Kuznicki said, “One of the reasons why I love traveling and meeting people that can benefit from borescopes is the look they have on their face when they actually get ours in their hands. They are excited to test it out. Seeing people use it on an actual turbine for the first time made the experience that much better.”
RF System Lab is proud to have been invited to this quarter’s meeting and would like to officially thank everyone at the American Society of Mechanical Engineers for their kindness, hospitality, and for letting us have this great experience. We thank Mitsubishi Power Systems and the Houston ASME Gas Turbine Technical Chapter for being gracious hosts and allowing RF System Lab to show how video borescopes can be used by gas turbine professionals.
While RF System Lab cannot ship you a turbine to inspect, we can ship you a VJ-Advance videoscope to try in your facility. To learn more about our free, no-obligation demo program, visit the RF System Lab website or call 888-747-6526.