History Of Lenox Instrument Company
1980 - Present
In 1982 Lenox introduces the first borescope designed exclusively
for the inspection of auto and small aircraft engines, and has sold
thousands of kits to auto and aircraft service facilities.
|Lenox Autoscope Kit
||Lenox Autoscope inspecting a
Lycoming aircraft engine.
1988 saw Lenox develop the first furnace observation periscope with
a "Light Volume Control", a reliable motor iris system that eliminates
bloom in the video image when looking directly at flames in burners,
which may reach an internal temperature of 3,200 degrees F.
|Lenox FireSight with optional
||As view through a Lenox Firesight.
1989, Lenox receives the largest military contract for borescopes.
The scopes will be used to inspect turbines on C-130 Hercules, P3
aircraft and other U.S. NAVY planes. Working with the NAVY once again,
in 1996, Lenox develops scopes for real time monitoring of shipboard
boilers thus allowing for fuel conservation and a safer environment
by avoiding boiler explosions.
Lenox purchases the John Pultz Co. in 1998, a specialist in high-temp
video systems. Units are installed worldwide, primarily in the steel
|Lenox/Pultz High Temp. Stainless
||Lenox/Pultz High Temp. Aluminum
Lenox instruments are in use every day! In the power generation
field for inspecting steam turbines, heat exchangers, tubing, and
pressure vessels. They are employed in the aviation field, ensuring
that the engines of jumbo jets have not developed any defects, checking
the quality of helicopter blades or rotor shafts. Our scopes peer
into modern nuclear reactors, they inspect the tubing in oil refineries,
pharmaceutical plants, and chemical facilities. Lenox scopes increase
safety, productivity and quality through their many applications.
Lenox has, or will develop a product for your special needs!
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Lenox Firesight History 1980-Present