RF System Lab Blog: The inside scope

RF System Labs will be an exhibitor at the upcoming Mega Rust 2011, on June 6-9. RF System Lab will be in booth #72 and will be offering to send interested agencies or facilities a demo borescope for a free trial of their VJ-Advance borescope.

Mega Rust, presented by the American Society of Naval Engineers, is an annual event for government, military, owners, operators, shipyards, research facilities, and coatings manufacturers and suppliers to come together and focus on Navy corrosion issues.  Corrosion is a major factor in naval system ownership costs. This conference is intended to promote discussion and information sharing on corrosion controlling strategies and technologies.  Borescopes are a vital tool in performing remote visual inspection of ships and submarines.  In particular, a 4-way articulating borescope, such as the VJ-Advance, is a preferred choice in borescope systems for marine RVI uses.

Along with the regular conference agenda, Mega Rust will host professional development classes for both NACE International and the Society for Protective Coatings (SSPC) and NavAir  (The Naval Air Systems Command) is holding a separate technical track.

The conference location is at the:

Ted Constant Convocation Center

Old Dominion University

4320 Hampton Blvd

Norfolk, VA

(757) 683-4444

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