Becoming a certified Ultrasound professional with UE Systems training sessions
More than using ultrasound instruments for maintenance purposes, it is fundamental to acquire the necessary knowledge and qualification to get the most out of them – this is possible with UE Systems high quality certification courses.
The effectiveness of airborne ultrasonic maintenance tests depends on the capabilities of the personnel responsible for performing inspections.
That is why certification is highly important – besides providing evidence of the personnel’s knowledge and understanding of the test method, it also provides the inspector the confidence needed to perform the inspection with the highest level of success. Owning the instruments is one thing, but making the most out of them is the secret to a successful ultrasound implementation.
UE Systems offers the qualification, training and certification program (UEQ-TC-1A), designed to meet the requirements of the American Society of Nondestructive Testing (ASNT) Recommended Practice, SNT-TC-1A. In addition, UE Systems Level I and Level II courses are in accordance with ISO 18436-8 which sets the standard for condition monitoring and diagnosis of machines. The suggested hours of instruction are 32 hours for Level I and 32 hours for Level II.
Besides the certified Level I and Level II training sessions, UE Systems also offers on-site trainings with the duration of 2 or 2,5 days, as well application specific courses - steam trap inspection, leak auditing courses, ultrasound lubrication and electrical inspection.
UE Systems will held Level I training sessions, during 2015 and 2016, all over Europe. The complete training agenda can be consulted in http://www.uesystems.eu/training/ . This is the perfect opportunity for maintenance professionals looking to improve their ultrasound practices to the highest level, as well as for professionals looking to start using ultrasound instruments in their maintenance processes.
UE Systems is the world leading manufacturer of the famous Ultraprobe ultrasonic detection instruments, since 1973. UE Systems produces a wide range of ergonomically designed, portable, and very accurate airborne/structure borne ultrasonic instruments. As globally the largest manufacturer of Ultrasound instruments.
Used primarily for leak detection, mechanical analysis and electrical inspection, these instruments have helped companies all over the world reduce energy waste and optimize production & maintenance efficiency.
UE Systems also provides several training options ; from on-site technology implementation trainings to Certified Ultrasound Level I/Level II training classes all over Europe.
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