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UE Systems Europe
TEL: +31 546 725 125
FAX: +31 546 725 126
Windmolen 20
7609NN   Almelo
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For more than 40 years, UE has produced thousands of ergonomically designed portable, and incredibly accurate airborne/structure borne ultrasonic instruments. Used primarily for leak detection, mechanical analysis and electrical inspection, these instruments have saved our clients tens of thousands of dollars in premature failure detection, elimination of downtime, increased productivity, and overall replacement costs. UE’s digital Ultraprobe® instruments have also been used as an energy conservation tool, cutting energy waste and improving a company’s carbon footprint. The patented software is the first of its kind to report both cost and carbon footprint reduction while enabling users to report their savings.

So whether you require instrumentation for a simple or robust PDM program, need safe, reliable equipment for hazardous areas, or want assurance that your reliability program is working around the world, UE Systems can help you become more productive and profitable.
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grease caddy, ue systems, ultraprobe,
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grease caddy - grease caddy
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Products, services
 Ultrasonic - Test equipment
 Bearing - Condition monitoring
 Lubrication - Condition based lubrication
 Maintenance - Inspection
 Ultrasound - Predictive Maintenance
 Leak detection - compressed air
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Process optimalization - durability
Process optimalization - energy efficiency
Process optimalization - life span increase
Case stories - Chemical industry
Case stories - Petrochemical industry
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Ultrasound CAT I / Level I 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.
12-11-2018 | Ultrasound Training | 5 days | Vilvoorde, BE | Entry: paid

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RAS - Remote Access Sensors from UE Systems Inspect enclosed or hard-to-reach bearings with UE Systems’ permanent mounted sensors
RAS - Remote Access Sensors from UE Systems
Inspect enclosed or hard-to-reach bearings with UE Systems’ permanent mounted sensors When accessibility is an issue, such as when a motor is contained within a closed cabinet, or a test point is in a hard-to-reach area, the Remote Access Sensor (RAS) is the answer. Mount the RAS on the test point and run a cable to an access area where a RAM (Remote Access Module) can be connected. When the point is to be tested, plug the RAM into your Ultraprobe and take your reading. Installation is very simple and testing is really easy. Just mount the RAS transducer on your test subject, attach a BNC cable, run the cable through an access hole. Now, every time you come by, just plug it into your Ultraprobe 9000, 10.000, 15.000 or 401, record your data and move on. If you have multiple bearings on hard-to-reach areas, you can even make use of UE Systems’ Switch Boxes which will allow to test up to 8 bearings at once! UE RAS Switch Box When access or safety make it challenging to inspect a test point, the RAS Switchbox is your answer, making remote
17-01-2018  |  1661x  | 
UE Systems - Remote Access Sensors Inspect enclosed or hard-to-reach bearings with UE Systems’ permanent mounted sensors
UE Systems - Remote Access Sensors
Inspect enclosed or hard-to-reach bearings with UE Systems’ permanent mounted sensors When accessibility is an issue, such as when a motor is contained within a closed cabinet, or a test point is in a hard-to-reach area, the Remote Access Sensor (RAS) is the answer. Mount the RAS on the test point and run a cable to an access area where a RAM (Remote Access Module) can be connected. When the point is to be tested, plug the RAM into your Ultraprobe and take your reading. Installation is very simple and testing is really easy. Just mount the RAS transducer on your test subject, attach a BNC cable, run the cable through an access hole. Now, every time you come by, just plug it into your Ultraprobe 9000, 10.000, 15.000 or 401, record your data and move on. If you have multiple bearings on hard-to-reach areas, you can even make use of UE Systems’ Switch Boxes which will allow to test up to 8 bearings at once! RAS Switch Box When access or safety make it challenging to inspect a test point, the RAS Switchbox is your answer, making remote sensing
19-07-2017  |  2005x  | 
Avoiding over-lubrication using Ultrasound As many as 60 to 80 percent of all bearing failures are lubrication-related.
Avoiding over-lubrication using Ultrasound
As many as 60 to 80 percent of all bearing failures are lubrication-related. As many as 60 to 80 percent of all bearing failures (catastrophic, functional and premature) are lubrication-related: whether it’s poor lubricant selection, poor application, lubricant contamination or lubricant degradation. In addition to selecting the correct lubricant, use UE Systems’ ultrasound instruments to identify a lack of lubrication and prevent over lubrication conditions. Set a baseline for each bearing, test routinely to note decibel increases. When a bearing reaches an 8 dB gain over baseline with no change in sound quality, it is in need of lubrication. When applying lubricant, stop when the dB level drops to baseline. It is that easy! The UE Systems Grease Caddy is an instrument developed specifically for supporting your lubrication practices. Advantages: - Cost effective instrument for lubrication engineers - Simple to operate - Keeps your hands free to lubricate with the help of mounting bracket or belt holster Key advantages of UE
13-03-2017  |  2098x  |   | 
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Steam Trap Inspection Basics Using Ultrasound Ultrasound will save a lot of energy by finding faulty steam traps
Steam Trap Inspection Basics Using Ultrasound
Ultrasound will save a lot of energy by finding faulty steam traps High energy prices and global competition dictate a need to reduce energy waste and improve system efficiencies. A major contributor to waste and inefficiency is leaks: both to atmosphere and through valves and steam traps. Experts say that as much as 20% of the steam generated at the central boiler is lost to leaking or failed steam traps. The purpose of a successful steam trap inspection program should be to repair any faulty steam traps and steam leaks, reduce energy waste and repair any failed steam traps and steam leaks that impact product quality. Planning for Success Before beginning any steam traps inspection, it will be helpful to think a few things through. First, walk the area to identify and tag every steam trap. The tag should include a number, and all information should be noted, such as the manufacturer, type of steam trap, orifice size and the purpose of the steam trap. Testing Steam Traps with Ultrasound Before testing with
19-09-2018  |  662x  |   | 
Ultraprobe® 201 Grease Caddy Optimize your lubrication program to pro-actively avoid early bearing failures
Ultraprobe® 201 Grease Caddy
Optimize your lubrication program to pro-actively avoid early bearing failures Listen to the bearing, start lubricating and determine when to stop! The Ultraprobe® 201 Grease Caddy is uniquely designed to allow an operator to si­multaneously lubricate and monitor ultrasound levels to prevent over-lubrication. As lubrication levels fall, friction levels rise, producing ultrasonic waves, which are very directional and localized. Easily attached to most standard grease guns, or worn in an optional belt holster, the Ultraprobe® 201 Grease Caddy translates high frequency sounds into the audible range, where users will hear and recognize bearing sounds. The Ultraprobe® 201 Grease Caddy focuses in on these sounds – even in the noisiest environment – and helps users identify when to stop lubricating. The Ultraprobe® 201 Grease Caddy will support your lubrication program resulting in: - Prolong the life of your equipment - Identify bearing issues by listening - Prevent over lubrication - Save on working hours & operational
10-11-2017  |  2104x  |   | 
Ultraprobe® 15000 - Ultrasound Inspection System An entire ultrasonic condition monitoring laboratory that fits in the palm of your hand
Ultraprobe® 15000 - Ultrasound Inspection System
An entire ultrasonic condition monitoring laboratory that fits in the palm of your hand The development engineers at UE Systems have been working on a super detection system that combines state-of-the-art technology with each and every known plant inspection requirement in order to create an entire ultrasonic condition monitoring laboratory to fit in the palm of your hand. Some of the unique Ultraprobe® 15,000 features: - Touch screen technology - Plan & review routes, images and sounds on-board - Multiple data screens: dB / temperature / spectrum analysis - Take temperature readings with infrared thermometer & adjust emissivity - Determine and store the RPM of a rotating asset with the fully integrated strobe light - Analyze conditions with the on-board spectrum analyzer - Photograph test points with on-board camera - Pinpoint locations with laser pointer - Review alarm groups & generate reports - Store data, soundrecordings and images - Review historical record data Use for ALL ultrasound applications & programs - Setup bearing data
18-09-2017  |  2085x  |   | 
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