Cameras & Borescopes

Cameras & Borescopes

When you need to see what's clogging up the works, an inspection camera can snake its way into places your eyes can't: pipes, chimneys, sewer lines and other hard to reach places. Then they can send back images of obstructions, failing seals and any issues that might need taking care of. We've also got infrared and thermal cameras for identifying extreme hot or cold spots, ideal for engineers, building inspectors, electricians, machinists, maintenance personnel and energy efficiency auditors.

Getting a View of What's Inside with Cameras and Borescopes

Sometimes things happen in places you can't see them, but it is still up to you to fix it. As frustrating as that can be, there are tools you can use to get into those small spaces and figure out the source of the problem. Inspection cameras and borescopes can snake into places you can't reach with your eyes, like pipes, chimneys, sewer lines, and the inside of walls.
Using Inspection Cameras and Borescopes

There are a few different kinds of tools to get into those hard to reach spots and find out what is causing your problem. Here, we'll break them down for better understanding.

One option to figure out internal issues is using a thermal imager. Using one of these, you can quickly and efficiently locate hot and cold spots to locate problem areas. With our Ideal Industries Thermal Imager, you can even mark images with text and voice to help you analyze data later on. This tool is a must-have for anyone who works in electrical services, industrial maintenance, or building inspection.

Inspection cameras on the other hand actually go into the problem to find out the cause, whereas thermal imagers sense things through the wall, floor, or ceiling. They use a probe to snake into places that are normally not accessible and deliver clear images directly to a screen you are watching. If you've ever seen surgery done with cameras, it is the same concept. These are ideal for electrical work, pest control, security inspections and other industries.

Finally, a wall scope is made to help take guess work out of in-wall installations and cable pushing and pulling. It is a simple and cost-effective way to see into walls, ceilings, and other tight spaces using a bright light and an angled mirror. You'll be better equipped to avoid obstructions, making your job much easier.

The bottom line is that working within existing structures can be filled with a lot of guess work and frustrations if you don't have the right tools. The good news is that the right tools already exist and are available right here at!