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How to detect cracks, rust and defects inside cultural relics?

Time:2017-12-05 Views:126
Endoscope camera tell you how to detect cracks, rust and defects inside cultural relics?

This borescopy camera can make you do it. 
In recent years, people‘s artistic appreciation has improved, and various cultural relics shows and activities have become popular increasingly. Through these shows, we were able to feel the style of Chinese and even the world‘s cultural relics at a close distance, and gradually gained a more intuitive understanding of the identification of cultural relics. The identification of cultural relics not only requires a professional knowledge, collection experience and cultural literacy, but also some auxiliary identification tools, such as inspection lamps, magnifiers, microscopes, etc., as well as an identification tool not known to the public - industrial endoscope camera, which can be used to identify internal defects such as internal cracks in containers such as bottles, cans, pots, etc., which are not directly visible to the human eye, to detect and judge the authenticity, age and texture. For example, we use the endoscope camera for artifact detection now.

Inspection tools:industrial borescope endoscope camera 
Application field: In the field of cultural relics protection, the objects to be tested include bottle to big bell and other cultural relics of different specifications.
Test content: To inspect the corrosion, cracks, etc. on the inner surface of the cultural relics.
Detection requirements: high requirements for details, imaging should be clear, step fine adjustment function allows users to observe the details better. The camera and video functions of industrial endoscopes provide detection images and video data for relevant tester, which can facilitate the identification of cultural relics when experts are not at present. Work-piece specifications: The smallest diameter is about 10mm.
Endoscope camera selection: The lens diameter can be from 3.8mm to 6mm, the length is 1m, and the focal length is short focus.

Industrial endoscope camera is a commonly used non-destructive testing instrument. For areas that cannot be seen directly by the human eyes or where the light is dark, it can do internal non-destructive testing through a flexible pipeline with a camera at the front end (the diameter and length of the pipeline can be customized accordingly). There are many kinds of industrial endoscope cameras, which can be widely used in energy, chemical, aerospace, foundry, manufacturing, special inspection and other fields in industry. In recent years, the application in the field of cultural relics detection, maintenance and protection has gradually increased. In addition to the detection and identification of cultural relics, industrial endoscopes can also be used for the inspection of ancient buildings, memorial buildings, cave temples, etc. To provide necessary information and support for the identification of cultural relics and subsequent maintenance and maintenance work.