When it comes to the nuclear industry, Inuktun’s rugged and durable robotic systems are designed to operate under the harshest conditions. After performing structural integrity assessments, retrieving objects, or carrying out general visual inspection, you can find this OnSpec customized Versatrax 150™ in the laydown area. EDF Energy, the UK’s largest producer of low-carbon electricity, created this custom case for their VT150 pipe inspection vehicle. It tilts so that the crawler can drive directly onto it; talk about VIP parking!Read More
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Inuktun recently introduced an enhanced version of the standard Versatrax 150™ pipe inspection crawler, known as the Mark II, and we’re focusing on one of many of its exciting new features. Historically cameras have been manually adjusted and calibrated before entering an inspection site, compelling the operator to lock in the camera’s elevation before entering the area of interest. The Versatrax 150™ Mark II, equipped with a motorized camera raise, allows for camera angles, heights, viewpoints and distances to be changed by the console operator at any time during the inspection adding flexibility and control.Read More