RF System Lab had a record month for VJ-Advance video borescope sales in December, 2014. We are proud to announce an abundance of new inspection camera customers in a wide variety of industries. Clients in December include companies working in fields such as food and beverage, manufacturing, aviation, power generation, aerospace, and more.
We are proud to have surpassed their sales goals by adding the companies listed below, as well as many other impressive industry leaders, to its roster of satisfied customers in December.
One of our customers, representing the manufacturing industry, is Eaton. Eaton provides energy-efficient solutions that help their customers in over 175 countries effectively manage electrical, hydraulic, and mechanical power more efficiently, safely, and sustainably. Eaton is using the VJ-Advance articulating video borescope to perform quality checks by internally inspecting engine components for the automotive industry. The VJ-Advance’s ease of use and high-resolution photo and video capabilities made the justification of the purchase easy.
Many of our latest customers came from the aviation industry; numerous as a result of the company’s successful experience exhibiting at the 2014 NBAA Annual Conference. Two of those customers were New Mexico Airlines and Thunder Airlines of Canada. New Mexico Airlines, the newest, most environmentally friendly airline fleet in the Southwest, is utilizing the VJ-Advance for PT6 engine inspections. We at RF System Lab also ordered the PT6 guide tube for the aviation company, which is a perfect fit for the 3.9mm
VJ- Advance articulating video borescope. Thunder Airlines of Canada, a company located in Thunder Bay Airport that handles scheduled public flights, private charter flights, and cargo flights, purchased the ergonomic VJ-Advance inspection camera to confidently complete power plant and airframe inspections. We are actively growing a video borescope client list in Canada. In fact, two other companies located at Thunder Bay Airport are VJ-Advance customers: Pilatus Centre Canada and Wasaya Airways.
Red Stripe Beer, maker of a well-known Jamaican Lager beer also recently purchased the VJ-Advance. Red Stripe uses the high-quality VJ-Advance video borescope for inspecting Caterpillar Reciprocating Engine Gen Sets. Red Stripe uses the Gen Sets to supply power for their production facility, meaning they have no room for machine downtime. Therefore, they required a videoscope that would perform preventive and corrective maintenance with ease, which is why they selected the VJ-Advance articulating video borescope. The lightweight, portable VJ-Advance, with its 360-degree joystick-control articulation, is the perfect tool to help keep the power running.
Representing the Power Generation industry, we are proud to have the continued business of Exelon Corporation, the nation’s leading energy provider. Exelon has been using the VJ-Advance video borescope since 2009 at multiple nuclear and coal power production plants. We are grateful to have earned their trust and partnership as a supplier of four-way articulating video borescopes. We provided another VJ-Advance for Exelon in December 2014 to assist in completing internal valve inspections.
We at RF System Lab would like to extend a thank you to its newest clients, as well as all additional clients not listed here for making December a memorable sales month. If you would like to demo the VJ-Advance video borescope, you can sign up for a no-cost, no-obligation demo program. For more information on RF System Lab, please visit our website or call 888-747-6526.
18 Dec 2014
RF System Lab is proud to announce new customers in a wide variety of industries. World-wide leaders in remote visual inspection, Our most recent customer list includes companies in aviation, casting, manufacturing, power generation, and more.
We are excited to add the following companies to its roster of satisfied customers.
One of our newest customers in the aviation maintenance industry is Metro Aviation, a company that has earned a reputation for excellence in helicopter transportation services. While Metro Aviation mainly maintains helicopters, they sometimes work on fixed wing aircraft as well. They recently purchased a 3.9mm X 1.5m VJ-Advance video borescope to assist with maintenance of both their fixed wing and rotor aircraft and to complete 1200-hour inspections with confidence.
A new client in the casting industry is WIRCO. WIRCO, a casting and fabrications company, committed to providing high quality heat treat fixturing and furnace replacement parts, needed an inspection camera to complete weld inspections. After trying out a multitude of borescopes that did not provide the image quality required for inspections, WIRCO demoed the VJ-Advance video borescope and found that it exceeded their standards. The high-resolution image quality and on board video capture that the VJ-Advance articulating video borescope provides will significantly speed up WIRCO’s quality control process.
Representing the manufacturing Industry, SAIC Motor is another company among RF System Lab’s newest customers. SAIC Motor, the largest auto group on the Chinese A-share stock market, needed a versatile, portable video borescope camera for use on their manufacturing line. They reached out to us and purchased a 6.9mm X 3m VJ-Advance video borescope. Weighing in at just 23oz, the lightweight, AA battery operated VJ-Advance was the perfect addition to SAIC Motor’s toolkit.
Additionally, we are excited to have a major power generation company, Xcel Energy, as a new customer. Xcel Energy serves more than 3.3 million electric customers and 1.8 million natural gas customers all over the USA. They will be using the VJ-Advance video borescope to assist them in their preventative and corrective maintenance. We at RF System Lab are grateful to be an official vendor for Xcel Energy and to have the ability to assist with those efforts.
We would like to extend a thank you to these new clients, as well as all additional clients not listed here. If you would like to demo the VJ-Advance video borescope, you can sign up for a no-cost, no-obligation demo program.
24 Nov 2014
The manufacturing industry is booming, and FABTECH 2014 was the perfect place to see all of the newest advances in manufacturing technology. The Expo, which took place in multiple halls and was what could easily be classified as a “mega show”, was November 11-13, 2014 at the Georgia World Congress Center. In fact, rumor has it that if you visited every booth at the show, you would rack up quite a few miles of walking.
RF System Lab‘s Casey O’Tool and Zack Wessels were onsite presenting the VJ-Advance (VJ-ADV) video borescope, which received a lot of attention — especially for weld inspections. They enjoyed having the opportunity to speak with manufacturing professionals about the joystick-controlled, 360-degree articulating VJ-ADV, as well as connecting with current customers. Both GM and Mitsubishi stopped by the RF System Lab booth and had nothing but great things to say about their VJ-ADV borescope purchases.
Our team at RF System Lab would like to thank the FABTECH coordinators for flawlessly executing a huge show. We had an excellent experience exhibiting!
If you were unable to attend FABTECH…or were in attendance and didn’t have time to stop by exhibit hall C, we would like to offer you a chance to try out the VJ-ADV video borescope at your own facility. Visit our website for information on our no cost, no obligation demo program, or call 888-747-6526 to speak with a borescope expert.