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Thursday, March 24, 2011

Remote Inspection robot from Canada

Inuktun Services Ltd. (ISL), founded in 1989 and located in Nanaimo, BC, Canada, designs and manufactures Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) and modular robotic systems for use in confined spaces and hazardous such as nuclear power plants.  Inuktun's remote inspection equipment is used extensively in nuclear plant outages, maintenance and emergency situations. Cameras and crawlers are used in and around reactors, steam generators and other plant infrastructure to quickly identify and evaluate problems or trouble areas.
Credit: Induktun, Versatrax 450 TTC
The Versatrax 450™ TTC is designed for hazardous environments and perfectly suited for a wide range of applications where remote handling and inspection are required. With the crawler, tether reel and system controller all integrated into Pelican® cases, the portable Versatrax 450™ TTC can be deployed in a matter of minutes, allowing you to inspect, capture, and safely remove dangerous materials from any site faster than by conventional means.

Credit: Inuktun, Versatrax 300
The Versatrax 300 is the solution to long-range pipe inspection challenges.  Able to inspect more than a mile of pipe in a single run, the VT300 includes 3 onboard video cameras, multiple sensor options, and is operable in pipe as small as 12in / 300mm internal diameter.


Dash Inspectorate said...

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Dash Inspectorate said...

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