Online Course: Compressed Air Leak Survey

UE Systems offers a  comprehensive online course  about finding compressed air leaks using ultrasound technology and, most important, register the results in a complete compressed air leak survey.

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This is a practical course that will not only help your company cut its energy bill, but also demonstrates potential carbon footprint reduction.

Designed by the leaders in airborne/structure borne ultrasound, UE Systems “Conducting an Ultrasound Compressed Air Survey” is ideally suited for inspectors of all skill levels and experiences who want to learn the basics of executing a successful compressed air leak survey.

Loaded with practical “real-world” information, this course gets down to the basics of how an inspector should plan, test, record and report compressed air survey results.

In this course the students will learn:

  • How to prepare for the survey
  • How set up your ultrasound instrument
  • How to plan a route
  • How to locate & confirm leaks
  • How to tag leaks
  • How to measure leaks
  • How to download leak information
  • How to use Ultratrend DMS and Compressed Gas Survey software
  • How to report leaks as money saved
  • How to report leaks as to carbon emissions saved

Course tuition is $395. This grants access to six online modules that can be accessed and completed at the student’s own pace.

The course should take approximately three hours to complete. This interactive online course will provide the information needed in a variety of media – videos, slides, and text with a quiz at the end of each module to gauge knowledge retention.

At the conclusion of the course a participant can choose to complete a Compressed Air Survey with the guidance of one of UE Systems’ trainers. Once the survey is completed a certificate for the course will be provided.

More information and registrations:

http://www.uesystems.com/compressed-air-leak-survey-online-course

 

 

Courses | 27.3.2019

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