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Ultrasonic testing is a reliable form of predictive maintenance and quality control which will help technicians detect leaks, worn bearings and other problems before they cause equipment failure or damage. This is one course in a three-part series, where your workers will learn how ultrasound is used in diagnostics and analysis, and will gain an understanding of the components of a typical ultrasound detector. Testing machinery used to mean dismantling it - a time consuming process that cut into productivity. Now companies are increasingly turning to a new type of non-invasive testing, called ultrasonics, that uses sound to detect leaks, worn bearings and other problems before they cause equipment failure or damage. This course teaches how ultrasonics works and how to conduct this valuable testing method. Topics include:-Ultrasound -Sound waves -Frequency and amplitude -Decibels -Diagnostic and preventive maintenance -Converting ultrasound to audible signals -Preventive and "run to failure" maintenance -Predictive maintenance -Historical and comparative analysis -Advantages and other uses -Airborne ultrasound -Pickup device -Meter and selector -Meter/frequency/volume/sensitivity adjustment -Record keeping
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