Ultrasound for Reliability Maintenance

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From leak detection, to mechanical and valve inspections, to steam trap diagnostics, performing ultrasounds on your most valuable assets can help prevent and predict failures before they happen.

During this webinar, Jim Hall, Executive Director at the Ultrasound Institute & Ultra-Sound Technologies, provides a detailed review of ultrasound for electrical inspection used for arcing, tracking and corona discharge, and Ultrasonic Acoustic Lubrication for electric motors.

The insights offered in “Ultrasound for Reliability Maintenance” will help attendees develop a complex understanding of the reasons why this practice can make or break a maintenance routine, and how to begin utilizing ultrasound technology. As key takeaways from the webinar, you will be provided with:

1) A comprehensive look at the application of Ultrasonic Acoustic Lubrication
2) A demonstration of the practice
3) An inside look at ultrasound instruments and hardware

Original session held on February 17, 2016

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