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May 9, 2011
Feature adjustable focus and adapt for video and image archiving technologies
Schoelly Imaging’s specialty instruments provide critical inspection, in diameters from 10 mm and lengths up to 2,000 mm.

High-temperature borescopes from Schoelly Imaging Inc. make it possible to inspect and analyze areas that otherwise would be inaccessible to standard remote viewing instruments. Designed for use at operating temperatures up to 2,000º C, these specialty instruments provide critical inspection solutions for a wide range of industries, including metalcasting. They are available in diameters from 10 mm and lengths up to 2,000 mm.

Schoelly Imaging’s high temperature borescopes feature adjustable focus, and are offered with optional illumination and cleaning systems to eliminate particulate buildup on external optical surfaces. They can be equipped with custom mounting flanges tailored to your application, are easily adapted for video and image archiving technologies and can be designed FDA compliant. Schoelly’s heat-resistant technologies are available in both open and closed loop cooling systems.

Founded in 2005, Schoelly Imaging develops and patents technologies for complex visualization systems, for industry and medicine. It is the North American arm of Schölly Fiberoptic GmbH, and recently expanded operations at its Worcester, MA, headquarters, and and provides sales and service for all Scholly manufactured products as well as key components for OEM and private label systems. It specializes in providing custom design, rapid prototyping, regulatory assistance, and comprehensive service.

Schoelly Imaging’s product line includes three-dimensional and high-definition endoscopes, borescopes, and fiberoptic and micro-optic systems. These components are used for industrial inspection and maintenance, for forensic science, and for minimal invasive surgery and related medical procedures. Its precision instruments start in sizes from 0.35 mm diameter, the smallest endoscope available in the world.