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S.R.G.PRABHU
Consultant, AUT specialist
FREELANCE, India, Joined Aug 2008, 63

S.R.G.PRABHU

Consultant, AUT specialist
FREELANCE,
India,
Joined Aug 2008
63
04:16 Jun-03-2008
EXPLOSION PROOF ENDOSCOPE

Hello,
We want to use an endoscope for our platform shutdown which shall be explosion proof certified as per European norms. Anyone please advise?
Thanks
Prabhu


    
 
 
Dang Dinh Tuan
Sales, - -
Automation System Integration & Technology Transfer, Vietnam, Joined Nov 2007, 3

Dang Dinh Tuan

Sales, - -
Automation System Integration & Technology Transfer,
Vietnam,
Joined Nov 2007
3
07:41 Jun-03-2008
Re: EXPLOSION PROOF ENDOSCOPE
----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Hello,
: We want to use an endoscope for our platform shutdown which shall be explosion proof certified as per European norms. Anyone please advise?
: Thanks
: Prabhu
------------ End Original Message ------------

Hello,
Please try Olympus new IPLEX FX videoscope system.
Good luck!


    
 
 
Gary Woodside
NDT Inspector,
Visual Testing Services Ltd., United Kingdom, Joined Feb 2000, 8

Gary Woodside

NDT Inspector,
Visual Testing Services Ltd.,
United Kingdom,
Joined Feb 2000
8
09:58 Jun-04-2008
Re: EXPLOSION PROOF ENDOSCOPE
Endoscopes themselves are not the source of ignition and thus do not need to be certified unless they are videoscopes and have a camera at the tip. The smallest Ex camera on the market will go through a 50mm hole but has no ability to pan or tilt. If you need an endoscope for small access then it is the light source that needs to be certified such as the KLS 4250 or a sceon
Regards
Gary ----------- Start Original Message -----------
: : Hello,
: : We want to use an endoscope for our platform shutdown which shall be explosion proof certified as per European norms. Anyone please advise?
: : Thanks
: : Prabhu
: Hello,
: Please try Olympus new IPLEX FX videoscope system.
: Good luck!
------------ End Original Message ------------




    
 
 
s.scaramucci
s.scaramucci
06:12 Jun-04-2008
Re: EXPLOSION PROOF ENDOSCOPE

----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Endoscopes themselves are not the source of ignition and thus do not need to be certified unless they are videoscopes and have a camera at the tip. The smallest Ex camera on the market will go through a 50mm hole but has no ability to pan or tilt. If you need an endoscope for small access then it is the light source that needs to be certified such as the KLS 4250 or a sceon
: Regards
: Gary ----------- Start Original Message -----------
: : : Hello,
: : : We want to use an endoscope for our platform shutdown which shall be explosion proof certified as per European norms. Anyone please advise?
: : : Thanks
: : : Prabhu
: : Hello,
: : Please try Olympus new IPLEX FX videoscope system.
: : Good luck!
------------ End Original Message ------------

Hi ! to all.

KLS-4250 it's a very old Olympus KMI Light Sourse model and my be not longer available now.
On my informations, the only one industrial endoscope available actuallywith Exx Certification is maded by the Sholly Co. and is named "Flexylux".

Regards





    
 
 
Simon Amallraja
Simon Amallraja
09:16 Jun-04-2008
Re: EXPLOSION PROOF ENDOSCOPE
----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Hello,
: We want to use an endoscope for our platform shutdown which shall be explosion proof certified as per European norms. Anyone please advise?
: Thanks
: Prabhu
------------ End Original Message ------------

You can also check up with Instrument Technology (www.scopes.com). They have non conductive fibroscopes. They may help you.

Simon Amallraja



    
 
 

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