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12-11-2018
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Type: Ultrasound Training
Duration: 5 days
05-03-2018 in Capelle ad IJssel
15-10-2018 in Hengelo, NL
12-11-2018 in Vilvoorde, BE

Entry: paid

Ultrasound CAT I / Level I Training

Ultrasound Training

Become an Ultrasound inspection engineer

Inspections with airborne ultrasound are non-destructive tests and their effectiveness depends on the engineer’s ability to perform the inspections.

Our extensive training allows professionals to achieve the best predictive maintenance practices after the implementation of a high quality ultrasound program.

The training includes the following topics:

- All aspects of ultrasound technology;

- Effective mechanical analysis, leak detection and electrical inspections;

- Conducting leak detection audits, condition based lubrication, steam trap inspection, trending of bearings and electrical inspections;

- Optimizing the availability of assets and the profitability of the company;

- Improved techniques and methods for a quality ultrasound inspection;

- Improving recording and reporting skills through special analytical and data management;

- Reducing energy consumption.

The training takes 4½ days and consists of four days of theory / practice and a half day for the summary and exam. Lunch is provided and, like the exams, is included in the price.

The qualification, training and certification program (UEQ-TC-1A) is built according to the guidelines of the American Society for Nondestructive Testing (ASNT) Recommended Practice SNT-TC-1A. In addition, the training is in accordance with ISO 18436-8 for the inspection and diagnosis of machinery.

The CAT I / Level I course is meant for inspectors, maintenance managers, supervisors or service company employees who want to improve their knowledge in the field of air and structure borne ultrasound.
 

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