Bearing being over-greased 

Video Using Ultrasound to do heat exchanger and compressor inspection 

Ultrasound surveys. 

Ultrasound surveys cover a wide range of mechanical and electrical applications

 

Ultra-Tek has qualified ISO level III and ISO level II certified personnel that can do or assist with developing surveys in the following categories

 

MECHANICAL INSPECTION

Mechanical inspection can provide information on the following:

  • Condition of bearings

  • Need for lubrication in bearings 

  • Faults in gearboxes, engins, and drive trains  

 

Ultrasound also work well on slow (and extremely slow) speed bearings and variable speed drives.. For more information

ELECTRICAL INSPECTION

Electrical problems are also detected with ultrasonic translators. For more information

 

  • Arcing,

  • Tracking

  • Corona

  • Loose connections can be identified. 

  • Buss bars,

  • Switchgear,

  • Junction boxes, etc., educed.  

 

LEAK DETECTION

Ultrasonic detection can be used in a variety of leak situations since it is sound sensitive and not "gas” specific.

Vacuum leaks may be located in the same manner. Leas can be quantified and  the cost of a leak as well as the annual environmental impact of each leak can be calculated.  . For more information

 

VALVES

Vales can be tested and leaking open and leaking valves can be identified. Cavitation in pumps can also be identified. 

STEAM TRAPS

Steam traps are easily inspected with Ultrasound and faulty vales identified. For more information 

SOUND FILE ANALYSIS

Analysis of sound files is an important part of interpreting ultrasound feedback. For more information 

 

Video of Compressed air survey with Ultraprobe 15000.

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Unit 5

2-4 Maiella Street

Stapylton QLD 4207

Australia

Phone : 0400 709 800

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