Course Details

Condition Monitoring

Training Fee : 280$

Certification Fee : 0$

  • 4.50

Airborne Ultrasonic Emission (ISO 18436-8) and SNT-TC-1A of ASNT. Airborne Ultrasound is a nondestructive test. The effectiveness of airborne ultrasonic tests depends upon the capabilities of the personnel who are responsible for, and perform inspections. Certification is a written documentation of qualification and is evidence that personnel performing airborne ultrasound possess knowledge and understanding of the test method and also gives the inspector the confidence needed to perform the inspection to the highest level of success. The certification courses meet the requirements of the American Society for Nondestructive Testing (ASNT) Recommended Practice, SNT-TC-1A, and are in accordance with ISO 18436-8. Our certified courses are comprehensive instructional ultrasound training programs for Level I and Level II Airborne Ultrasound Inspection. The Qualification, Training and Certification Program, UEQ-TC-1A is designed to meet the classroom requirements of the American Society of Nondestructive Testing (ASNT) Recommended Practice, SNT-TC-1A. Continuing Education Units from ASNT are also made available for most of these courses. In addition, UE Air Borne Ultrasound Level I and Level II courses are in accordance with ISO 18436-8 which sets the standard for condition monitoring and diagnosis of machines.

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1. Inspectors seeking to advance their knowledge in Airborne/Structure Borne Ultrasound Inspection, 2. Supervisors, Energy Auditors, Service Company personnel who perform PdM, energy audits or leak detection for their clients. 3. Service personnel who desire to demonstrate technical and inspection proficiency to their clients. Level I certified inspectors in order to advance to Level II certification. By attending this training, you will have both theoretical and hands-on experience of the plant inspections. Moreover, users will learn how to setup routes using the software and how to set their Ultraprobe instruments for effective inspections.

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By attending this training, you will have both theoretical and hands-on experience of the plant inspections. Moreover, users will learn how to setup routes using the software and how to set their Ultraprobe instruments for effective inspections.

Module-1

  • Certification requirements for Level I, Level II and Level III reviewed
  • Theory of Sound, Basic Physics of Ultrasound
  • Concepts of Amplitude
  • Velocity
  • Wave Modes
  • Ultrasound Wave Transmission and Effects
  • Effectiveness of Airborne Ultrasound
  • Typical Applications Overview
  • Technology Integration
  • Equipment/Instrument/Software Overview
  • Generalized methods of recording and reporting inspection results.

Module- 2

Leak Detection

  • Concepts of Leak Detection
  • Fluids Defined
  • Leak Rates, Acoustic Properties of a Leak
  • Types of Leaks, Leak Strategies

Leak Detection Methods

  • Pressure, Vacuum
  • Ultrasonic Sound Generation
  • Liquid Leak Amplification
  • Gross-to-Fine Method
  • Leak Confirmation Methods
  • Working in Noisy Environments
  • Shielding Techniques
  • Inspecting Heat Exchangers

Conducting a Compressed Air Leak Survey: 

  • Determining CFM loss
  • Computing energy savings
  • Carbon footprint reduction
  • Recording and reporting survey results

Module- 3

Electrical Inspection

  • Safety Considerations
  • Overview of Types of Electrical Equipment
  • Voltages Defined
  • Acoustic Effects versus Heat Generated Defects
  • Integration of Ultrasound and Infrared Methods
  • Detection Methods for High Voltage Equipment
  • Overview of Equipment for High Voltage Inspection
  • Detection Methods, Confirmation Methods, Substation Inspection
  • Radio Frequency Interference
  • Television Frequency Interference Detection Methods
  • Spectral Analysis of common electric emissions
  • Contact approach

Mechanical Inspection overview

  • Valves
  • Compressor inspection
  • Hydraulic Valves

Module- 4

Steam Trap Inspection

  • Steam Applications
  • Steam Trap types
  • Acoustic properties
  • Inspection Techniques
  • Recording and reporting

Mechanical Inspection

  • Considerations of Ultrasonic Generation
  • Strategies of Mechanical Inspection
  • Review of Proactive and Predictive Maintenance Concepts
  • Generic Trouble Shooting Methods, Generic Trending Methods
  • Inspection of Compressors
  • Gears, Pumps
  • Motors
  • Fans
  • Isolating Sound Sources
  • Bearing Inspection/Trending Concepts
  • Condition Based Lubrication, Lubrication Starvation
  • Over Lubrication
  • Levels of Failure
  • Monitoring
  • Data Logging
  • Sound Analysis and Recording methods
  • Sound Spectral Analysis
  • Data Management
  • Recording and Reporting Results.

Module- 5

  • Review of Airborne Ultrasound Technology
  • Applications and Methods
  • Practical Experience Review
  • General, Specific and Practical Examination

Prices For
Training Type Duration Training Fee Certification Fee
Acoustic Emissions 04-05 280.37$ 0.00$


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