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MESA acquires 3D video borescope

MESA acquires 3D video borescope

22 December, 2015


MESA acquired a brand new borescope, the GE’s XLG3 VideoProbe, which further enhances the company’s aircraft inspection process.

A borescope is used in aircraft maintenance to visualize the engine’s interior without the need to remove it from the aircraft, making it possible to identify any problem in a swifter and more effective way.

The XLG3 VideoProbe borescope provides accurate three-dimensional surface scans, streamlining the aircraft inspection process. It makes it possible to observe challenging engine locations fully, delivering sharp and clear images with the highest quality available on the marketplace. Furthermore, this device is equipped with the first software tool to standardize this type of inspection process (Non-Destructive Inspection), making it possible to provide an extra quality guarantee.

“By acquiring this equipment, MESA ensures its customers an even faster and more efficient defect identification, decreasing reporting time up to 70% and further improving its services’ quality”, says Paulo Mirpuri, President of Mesa.

Mesa is an aircraft line maintenance provider based in Portugal, EASA Part 145 Maintenance Organization, approved under Portuguese Authorities Certificate PT.145.020, oriented to perform line maintenance worldwide on Airbus A310, A319, A320, A321, A330 and A340. Mesa main facilities are located at Lisbon International Airport. The Company has several Maintenance Stations around the world, all aimed to temporarily support the Customer’s need for Line Maintenance Services at a specific place. Mesa has a flexible organization, technical staff duly trained and works 24/24, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, wherever you need, with Quality and Safety as permanent objectives.

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