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 North America
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.
Ultrasound: Achieving energy savings by detecting compressed air leaks
With energy prices at an all-time high, it is now more important than ever for maintenance teams to focus on detecting compressed air leaks at their industrial facilities. As electricity prices keep going up, generating compressed air becomes more and more expensive – detecting and fixing leaks becomes now a priority.
Multi-site Maintenance Excellence: From ‘not invented here’ to creating support and commitment
The Art of Monitoring Low-Speed Bearings
Low-speed machinery is classified as machines with operating speeds less than 600 rpm. These are known to be the most critical items in the production line and are generally large with high rotating inertias. In the past, there was little interest in condition monitoring of these machines as they have less tendency to break down. However, if a failure does occur, the downtime and replacement costs can be huge, which can lead to massive production loss.