Ultrasound Inspection Courses – Agenda for 2023
All maintenance professionals looking to work with Ultrasound technology should get proper training to make the most out of their ultrasonic inspection instruments & programs.
UE Systems has decades of experience in providing high-quality training for maintenance personnel, including Level I / CAT I and Level II / CAT II ultrasound courses (32h courses along 4 ½ days). As a global training company, UE Systems will offer courses all around the world during 2023, in multiple languages, both online and in-person:
See training schedule for Europe
- courses currently offered in English, French, Spanish, German, Dutch, Polish, Italian, Swedish and Romanian.
See training schedule for India & Middle East
See training schedule for Central and South America
See training schedule for Southeast Asia
See training schedule for China
See training schedule for South Korea
During the courses, the following topics are covered:
- Airborne/Structure Borne Ultrasound Technology;
- Leak detection, mechanical & electrical inspections;
- Compressed air leak surveys, condition-based lubrication, steam trap inspections, bearing analysis;
- How to improve asset availability and profitability;
- Reporting through specialized software;
- How to reduce and save on energy consumption.
These courses are designed to be in accordance with the ISO 18436-8 (which sets the standard for condition monitoring and diagnosis of machines) and with the of the American Society of Nondestructive Testing (ASNT) Recommended Practice, SNT-TC-1A.
When companies wish to reduce the energy cost of their industrial facilities, finding and repairing existing compressed air leaks is an excellent starting point. But such a task requires time, personnel, and the right tools. Thus, efficiency is key when it comes to carrying on a leak detection program. And, right now, nothing is more efficient than using an ultrasound camera.
It is estimated that 60-80% of bearing failures are related to lubrication. Bearing failures very often lead to unplanned downtime, which often has a significant impact on production and related equipment. This downtime is maby times very costly. Although the costs vary according to the severity of the incident and the industry in question, they do add up to production costs.