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Ultrasound Case Studies in Practice

This webinar demonstrates practical case studies on ultrasound technology for predictive maintenance, such as on the following industries:

  • Cement industry
  • Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
  • Food and Beverages Manufacturing
  • Board Manufacturing.

The webinar is presented by Christopher Hallum, Operations Manager for North Europe and South Africa at UE Systems, and experienced CAT III Ultrasound trainer.

From state-of-the-art ultrasound detection instruments to world-class training and support, UE Systems has been leading the ultrasonic inspection revolution for the past 35 years. Over this period, we have seen our clients save millions of euros in production loss prevention, energy conservation, and overall asset availability.

In this webinar, we will go through a few recent case studies on the use of ultrasound technology such as the UltraView cameras or the Ultraprobes. This short webinar may save you thousands tomorrow.

The industry case studies will cover the following applications:

    • Ultrasound analysis for condition-based lubrication
    • Bearing condition monitoring with ultrasound
    • Ultrasonic leak detection
    • Steam trap & valve inspection
    • Partial discharge detection
    • Remote bearing monitoring and precision lubrication.


In this webinar we cover the exciting latest developments in ultrasound technology for bearing lubrication and health monitoring.

Find out what UE Systems has been working on to provide maintenance professionals with IIoT solutions for permanent and remote bearing monitoring and lubrication.

Pairing ultrasonic sensors with IIoT solutions promises to be a game changer for maintenance & reliability practices and will bring obvious benefits in asset condition monitoring:

  • Permanent and Remote Bearing Monitoring: no need for manual inspections
  • Ultrasonic sensors providing the earliest warning of failure or lubrication issues
  • Precision lubrication, anytime, anywhere – lubricate bearings remotely and only when needed!
  • Connected sensors sending data to the cloud: always available, from anywhere, for trending and analysis
  • Be on top of your bearings: real-time alarms will let you know when something is wrong

In this webinar we talking about the following topics:

  • Ultrasound technology for bearing condition monitoring and lubrication
  • Ultrasonic sensors for permanent monitoring
  • OnTrak: IIoT solution for bearing lubrication and health monitoring
  • SmartLube: lubricating bearings from anywhere, anytime, only when needed


Webinar hosted and presented by Chris Hallum, UE Systems’ Regional Manager for the UK & Ireland.

Chris shares his experience and knowledge in assisting companies from all sectors inspecting steam systems using Ultrasound.

In this webinar we talk about the following topics:

  • Where we can use Ultrasound to Improve our Steam Systems Efficiency
  • Fundamentals of Ultrasound in these Applications
  • Inspection Methodologies & Reporting
  • Data Collection & Analysis
  • Case Studies


Webinar hosted and presented by Chris Hallum, UE Systems’ Regional Manager for the UK & Ireland.

Topics covered:

  • Where we can use Ultrasound to Improve our Energy Wastage
  • Fundamentals of Ultrasound in these Applications
  • Inspection Methodologies & Reporting
  • Data Collection & Analysis
  • Case Studies


Webinar hosted and presented by Chris Hallum, UE Systems’ Regional Manager for the UK & Ireland. Chris shared his experience and knowledge in assisting companies from all sectors inspecting their Electrical assets, using Ultrasound.

In this webinar we talk about the following topics:

  • Ultrasound Fundamentals for Electrical Inspections
  • What can be detected
  • Inspection Methodologies
  • Data Collection & Analysis
  • Case Studies


Webinar hosted and presented by Chris Hallum, UE Systems’ Regional Manager for the UK & Ireland.

This webinar includes the following topics:

  • Ultrasound Fundamentals for Bearing inspection
  • Inspection Methodologies
  • Data Collection & Analysis
  • Lubrication
  • Case Studies


Webinar presented by Abhishek Thakur – UE Systems IMENA.

Preventing Arc Flash-over and Safety are major concerns and challenges in maintaining all electrical assets in Power generation, distribution, transmission companies and all manufacturing & process industries. Airborne and Structure borne Ultrasound monitoring program implementation is assisting all maintenance & reliability professionals to mitigating the risk involved, to increase availability and reliability of electrical assets with reducing maintenance costs. Ultrasound instrumentation can be used on almost any energized electrical equipment including metal-clad switchgear, transformers, substations, relays, and motor control centres just to name a few. Ultrasound instruments can be used to inspect energized electrical components that are on low, medium, and high voltage systems.

This presentation will discuss what ultrasound technology is and how it is used to inspect electrical equipment such as transformers, switchgear, and substations. Different case study examples using spectrum analysis of recorded ultrasounds will be discussed to show how proper diagnosis of electrical anomalies is done through ultrasound imaging – Time Domain and Frequency domain signatures. Study includes important safety tips for ultrasound inspectors working in high voltage areas.


UE Systems is excited to showcase the latest in ultrasound remote monitoring. From simple permanent remote access to full digital control systems we have a solution to fit your needs and to allow you to see what your plant is trying to tell you. We’ll discuss the solutions we offer and how they can be integrated into an existing ultrasound condition monitoring program. With recent advances in available on-line monitoring systems integrated into IIoT you might just find yourself thinking “we can do this!.” Being able to monitor our assets remotely and effectively is as critical as ever. Let us do the listening – we’ve got you covered!


During this webinar we will look at change management from a very timely point of view. During the recent COVID crisis you have likely gone through some pretty big changes. Let’s use those to learn the change management concepts. We will use your experience to talk through the changes we will face as we return back to our traditional work environments over the coming months. We will cover 3 change models and how they apply specifically to you and your organization now and later. Join us and take home a check list that you can use to help drive change or at least understand it as you experience it.


If you have a lubrication program that you have built upon a solid foundation utilizing interval-based lubrication, and condition-based lubrication changes. You are utilizing appropriate and effective filtration practices, and you’ve taken a meaningful asset criticality ranking into consideration throughout the lubrication program design and implementation process. Also storing your lubricants appropriately to eliminate contamination and cross contamination as well.

Well from the looks of things it appears as though you have a highly effective lubrication program. But you are still encountering lubrication related failures, right? If you are answering yes to this question, then you want to consider taking some common sense steps combined with a conditioned based monitoring tool to optimize your rotating asset lubrication program.

To answer the question “why are we still having lubrication related failures?” maintenance and reliability professionals often find themselves digging through RCFA’s, the CMMS, and other documentation in search of a predominant causal factor. Some of the most often overlooked modes of failure are incorrect lubricant applied, insufficient lubrication, or over lubrication. There are complicated mathematical formulas to calculate the proper lubrication amount based on sump or cavity volume, temperature, run rate, and potentially many other variables, but these variables change with each asset and leave entirely too much room for error.

  • What if the bearing already has enough grease?
  • What if the scheduled lubrication is too frequent or not frequent enough?
  • What if the amount of grease applied is too much or too little?
  • What if the bearing has issues beyond lubrication?

Now it’s time to take a proactive approach to lubrication through the utilization of condition monitoring tool in the hands of a lubrication resource. Ultrasound technology is uniquely qualified to serve a condition monitoring purpose in the hands of a lubrication resource.


This webinar was hosted and presented by Chris Hallum, UE Systems’ Regional Manager for the UK & Ireland.

Chris shared his experience and knowledge in assisting companies from all sectors implementing Ultrasound technology applied to various industrial applications and domains:

  • Predictive Maintenance
  • Plant Reliability
  • Plant Safety
  • Reducing Energy Costs

Reducing Energy Costs

  • Leak Detection & Leak Surveys: Compressed Air and all types of gas
  • Detecting Leaks in valves
  • Detecting Steam Leaks and identifying faulty steam traps

Predictive Maintenance & Condition Monitoring

  • Monitoring the condition of bearings
  • Diagnostic of faulty bearings (including slow speed bearings)
  • Lubrication assisted by Ultrasound

Remote and Online Condition Monitoring via Ultrasonic sensors

  • Plant Safety

Safe Inspection of Electrical Equipment using Ultrasound

  • Diagnosing Electrical Failures through Sound Spectrum Analysis



Ultrasound Condition Monitoring (Overview of all things Ultrasound)

Once considered only a leak detector, airborne & structure-borne ultrasound has become a must have technology for condition monitoring.

Because of advancements in instruments, software, and reporting, more people are using ultrasound for both mechanical and electrical inspection applications.

This presentation will deliver the latest advancements in ultrasound technology, software reporting & applications. Information will also be presented on using ultrasound to inspect energized electrical equipment as well as energy applications like steam systems & leaks. Report examples will be shown including a compressed air/gas leak cost report, bearing alarm reports, and a 4 image report that incorporates ultrasound data and data from complementary technologies such as infrared and vibration.

Motion Amplification with RDI Technologies

Motion Amplification is a video-processing technique that detects subtle motion and enhances that motion to a level visible with the naked eye. Motion Amplification Technology can resolve motions as small as 0.25 microns at 1 meter. The process involves the use of a high definition and high dynamic range video cameras where every pixel becomes an independent point sensor creating millions of continuous data points in an instant. All the points in the image are acquired simultaneously meaning relative phase can be determined across the entire scene. This solves fundamental issues in today’s standard contact-based data collections, that is for large or inaccessible assets outfitting them with contact sensors is costly and difficult because of the sheer number of sensors required to cover the entire asset or access to the asset it restricted. In addition, the technology allows the user to simply draw a box and measure the time waveform and spectrum in absolute units of displacement.

A key capability of the Motion Amplification Technology is the speed in which the results are returned. Data can be instantly processed, and Motion Amplification can be viewed live making the technology field ready and useful for troubleshooting. This is key if the user is doing root cause analysis, trying to pinpoint the location of a motion or fault, or analyzing equipment such as process lines during operation. The non-contact aspect of the technology makes it ideal for measurement of assets that are inaccessible, which is common in most manufacturing facilities.

Key Learning Points/Takeaways

• What is Motion Amplification – Overview and technical capabilities

• How Motion Amplification can be used to diagnose faults in equipment

• Case studies on how Motion Amplification has been used in manufacturing

• What new capabilities are on the horizon and how will video monitoring continue to evolve

Stop Acting Like a Teenager – If Everything is Critical, Then Nothing Is

In this Webinar, Rick Clonan, Training & Implementation Manager at Eruditio, will present “Stop Acting Like a Teenager – If Everything is Critical, Nothing is Critical.”

Determining which assets are critical to an organization is something that should be performed early on in any maintenance and reliability journey. Without this information, difficulties will ultimately arise when deciding the direction for improvement activities and asset management strategies. This presentation will describe how to determine which assets within a facility or organization are the most critical based on a proven system. This system utilizes a simple, yet customizable matrix that if implemented correctly, will provide a granular ranking of assets. It is that granularity that is the specific goal of asset criticality analysis. Once the list of assets has been ranked, defining the critical assets from that list will be much easier to justify. With that information, organizations can then begin to make data-based decisions regarding asset care, resource allocation, and work management while keeping the focus on organizational impact and cost reduction.

Planning for Planners that Really Plan

In this webinar, Shon Isenhour discusses how to succesfully make a maintenance planning.

There are 10 elements that are required for world class maintenance planning and most facilities do not have them. Join us for a look at the list, some examples, where to get started and why. This could become a powerful improvement project to implement over the next few months that would have a positive effect on many elements of your business long term.

What are your KPI’s Hiding?

In this webinar, Rob Kalwarowsky of Rob’s Reliability Project presents “What are your KPI’s Hiding?”

Do your Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) hide what’s really going on at your company? Do you struggle to identify and troubleshoot issues because the metrics just aren’t good enough? Do your numbers look great but it doesn’t reflect the reality of what’s actually happening?

Join us for a discussion on how to select KPIs for your initiatives, best practices on using KPIs and what NOT to do.

Learn about leading and lagging metrics, why you need to balance metrics and why using maintenance KPIs for the operations department can be helpful.

Get back on track with your KPIs and unlock the value hiding in your plant.

Ultrasound, Big Data & AI Come to Pharma Industry

During this webinar we hear the story of how a pharmaceutical company in Toronto, ON is challenging the status quo by thinking outside the box to develop solutions to increase the reliability of their critical assets by applying IIOT, Big Data combined with Machine Learning (Pattern Recognition & Anomaly detection) technologies and using Ultrasonic sensors to provide predictive analytics.

In this webinar, Blair Fraser of Lakeside Controls, will explain how this was done and share some amazing results and the cost savings. This is one case study webinar you won’t want to miss. 

5 Things That Can Save Your Next Project

In this webinar, industry thought leader, Shon Isenhour of Eruditio, discusses “5 Things That Can Save Your Next Project.”

Creating a master plan for our change initiatives is not always our favorite part of a new project but in this presentation we will look at why it is crucial to your success.

We will demonstrate specifically how the project plan meets the needs of those involved at every stage of the project implementation. We will also look at real examples from sites that chose to maintain a master plan document and those that could not be bothered with the burden of success.

You will see examples of plans and a few of the many tools that are available to help with the plan execution. Do not miss the opportunity to hear the why behind many of the elements of your next successful project plan.

How to Set Up an Ultrasound Program

In this webinar, Joe Anderson, Reliability Manager at Schwann Foods, walked us through how to successfully set up an Ultrasound Program.

This presentation focused on some of the issues he has faced as well as what he has implemented to overcome obstacles to establishing an Ultrasound Program. Joe also focuses on how to develop the plan and execute the implementation.

With over 20 years of experience in maintenance and management excellence Joe is able to provide real life examples, lessons, and success stories that you can use to either begin your Ultrasound journey or take your program to the next level.

Using Infrared Thermography for Condition Monitoring

This webinar provides an overview of where thermal imaging is best applied in electrical and mechanical maintenance applications.

Learn more about the conditions needed, the types of thermal patterns detected and the proper inspection procedures one should follow if using infrared thermography for condition monitoring.

Order Measurements in Condition Monitoring

In our first webinar of 2017, Ron Newman of Pruftechnik presented “Order Measurements in Condition Monitoring.”

Order Normalizing, Order Tracking, and Order Analysis are distinctly different vibration measurement techniques which are unfortunately often considered synonymous. Each signal processing method has its own unique application and while there is some overlap of functionality, for the most part they are employed for differing reasons.

Vibration analysts are fully aware of the importance of RPM and the significance to vibration analysis and fault diagnosis, however many condition monitoring programs would take a quantum leap forward by utilizing one or more of these “order” methods.

The presentation will explain the methodologies, the signal processing requirement(s), the application and benefits for each technique.

The Evolution of Ultrasound at Nissan

In this webinar, Robbie Seward, PdM/CBM Engineering Technologist at Nissan North America walks us through the evolution of ultrasound at their facilities.

Looking at their ultrasound program in terms of its maturity there are some areas still in their adolescence while others have matured to their teenage years and some have found their way into early adulthood.

Knowing that all facilities have to start somewhere this will be a great real-life presentation of how the program was launched, how routes have been developed, how some areas are utilizing remote access sensors and how the results and findings are being shared with management.

How the Internet of Things is Changing Product Development & Manufacturing

In this webinar recording, Lee Stogner and Dr. Keith Plemmons, presented on how The Internet of Things is changing business models in every industry.

It is a new way of developing, capturing and using information from Design, Manufacturing, Operations, Supply Chain, Sales and Corporate. This will enable new levels of efficiency and product / service delivery. Companies have never been able to collect and use company information at the cost and the way they needed to. With today’s technology and ability to process information in real time, companies are able to operate at new levels of efficiency and quality.

The Internet of Things is the Perfect Storm of Technology and Information that will enable companies to compete in the years ahead in new international markets.This webinar gives the audience an introduction to the Internet of Things from a Product Development and Manufacturing perspective and close with an overview to a Project Management Methodology for a successful Internet of Things effort.

Selling Maintenance as a Profit Center

This webinar features Joe Anderson, Reliability Leader at J.M. Smucker Company presenting on how to sell maintenance as a profit center in your organization.

Proactive maintenance can be a tough sell. Why invest in expensive updates or costly downtime to work on machines that are functioning well enough? While most maintenance managers understand the value of proactive maintenance, making it happen may require an effective sales pitch to upper management.

This webinar helps propel the careers of those in maintenance by explaining how to present your maintenance department as a profit generator, not a necessary evil. Attendees will learn how to start this type of campaign as well as the business side of maintenance management, including why competitive advantage is important, the three value types, and the different methods of tracking cost savings and avoidance.

Root Cause Analysis or Problem Elimination?

In this webinar, Tim Dunton, CMRP, of Reliability Solutions, presents on “Root Cause Analysis or Problem Elmination?”

It is well recognized that root cause is an essential element in Reliable Manufacturing. Unfortunately in many organizations, analysis is often where it stops and somehow the problems are either not eliminated or reoccur. In most organization the responsibility for root cause lies with engineering, which limits the application of the technique.

This presentation lays out a practical problem solving approach that can be applied and used for any problem and by any level of the organization from top to shop. It also presents simple practical details of the forensics of failure including bearings, fasteners and materials failures. At the end a series of observations and challenges allow participants to return to their facilities and apply the lessons learned.

Reliability Resolutions you Can’t Start your Year Without

Yes it is that time of the year… resolution season. Everyone is planning to:

– lose weight
– get in shape
– learn a new skill or hobby
– lower their stress levels
– spend more time with the family
– play more and harder
– or some other life change

If you live your life in an operations, maintenance, or reliability role the one thing you need is more time to make these resolutions possible. So thinking back over the last few year what resolutions should you make the plant’s “Reliability Resolutions for 2015?” Here they are 7 possibilities from sites we have worked with recently:

1. We will expand maintenance planning past outage work and into the day to day task.
2. We will let the equipment talk to us via the condition based tools.
3. We will build our schedule out 4 weeks in advance
4. We will solve problems and eliminate reoccurring failures
5. We will train in best practices and provide on demand refreshers to drive application
6. We will capture both useful data and site knowledge in our EAMs
7. We will proactively provide leadership and communication about the organizational changes

For each resolution we will discuss a real facility facing the issue, the benefits they should expect and how to get started. We will also allow participants to share their own Reliability Resolutions.

Mapping Failure Modes to Predictive Technologies

Predictive maintenance techniques are becoming more popular in the world of maintenance as the first step in reducing the amount of reactive maintenance a plant would perform. Most manufacturing plant operations perform about 80 percent or more in the area of reactive work.

They are finding and responding to maintenance tasks as the information is received from the operations team. Something is broken and its needs attention immediately. In many cases the operation is down until the repair is complete.

By using predictive tools and techniques, failures of specific components can be found before they cause downtime or collateral damage in other components. Failures and wear on components can be detected months before the first sign of failure can be detected with human senses, such as feeling, hearing, seeing, or smell. This gives us time to correct, plan, or take some action to minimize downtime.

Using and reacting to predictive technology information can lower maintenance costs by 20% and increase operation time by another 20 percent.

10 Things Your Ultrasound Tech Can Do Today To Improve Reliability

This webinar by industry thought leader, Doug Plucknette of Allied Reliability Group will share 10 things that can be done today, with Ultrasound, to improve Reliability at your facility. Whether you choose to follow one step or all ten, you’re sure to come away from this webinar with practical ideas that are fast, cost effective and that can make an impact.

The Annual M&R Checkup: 6 Key Elements to Include in Your Maintenance and Reliability Assessment Process

Andy Ginder, workforce engagement subject matter expert, will be outlining the 6 best practice elements to include in your maintenance and reliability assessment process.

– How to successfully engage your team in the assessment process
– What items to assess your organization on
– Pros and cons to various benchmark approaches and methodologies
– How to measure and benchmark responses
– How to make assessment data meaningful and actionable

Data Collection & Analysis at GM

Join us for a complimentary webinar where Dave Reiber of General Motors will give us a look into the gathering of maintenance data and the analysis that leads to better and faster decisions to improve reliability.

He’ll walk us through the decision making process of how they determine what data they want to collect, how they collect it and of course, how they put it all to use.

3 Simple Lessons to Achieve Excellence in Maintenance Planning and Scheduling

Presented by Mike Gehloff, GPAllied, this high energy presentation will give some insight into how leaders in maintenance planning are:

– Engaging Operators into the Maintenance Planning and Scheduling process through role clarification,  active communication, and improved work order feedback.

– Placing a focus on quantitative task descriptions in their job plans to reduce rework and clarify expectations.

– Using visual management techniques to drive success in both their weekly and shutdown management efforts.

Mike is lucky enough to work with many high profile customers in the industrial field, and will share several of the key lessons he has picked up over the past 20 years.

Over this time he has learned that we tend to over complicate things, and that the best solutions are the simple ones.

Bearing Failure Mechanisms

Join us for a complimentary webinar where industry expert, Andy Page, will review the various failure modes of bearings, how to detect them early and most importantly, how to avoid them.

He will discuss applicable condition monitoring technologies and how they are applied to different bearing failures. He will also explain how each technology displays or detects different failure mechanisms within the bearing and how the different technologies complement each other with respect to detecting these failure mechanisms.

The most important aspect of the webinar will be a discussion around the limitations and data collection considerations for each technology.

Novozymes Case Study on Successful Ultrasound Program Implementation

In 2011 we decided to explore the advantages of Ultrasound. Although we were familiar with it we did not realize all of its potential. We wanted to become better at energy savings by utilizing Ultrasound for Air leaks and defective steam traps. This alone would save enough money in one year to justify purchase. We also found that Ultrasound was an effective tool in bearing lubrication based on sound waves verses time based Lubrication which did not always meet our needs because of varying run times between PM’s.

In 2012 we purchased UE 15000 and began the learning process needed to detect air leaks and faulty steam traps. We began the lubrication program on most of our Critical equipment. We remove our time based PM’s and now use Ultra sound only to lubricate (grease only) Critical equipment bearings. This took a lot of trust in the UE to do this.

The results so far have been very good. We have found faulty steam traps but have not yet calculated savings. The air leak surveys have been huge and because of the spreadsheet built into the software it is easy to capture savings. As for the Lubrication we are still learning and tend to error on the side of caution because this equipment is very critical. The Level 1 training our Techs received certainly helped and we look forward to using ultra sound in areas we have not tried yet (perhaps electrical).

FRACAS – Failure Reporting, Analysis, and Corrective Action System

FRACAS – Failure Reporting, Analysis, and Corrective Action System, the continuous improvement process for optimizing asset reliability at optimal cost.

Where to begin? How to show success early? How to eliminate failures? and much more in this super powered webinar that you could call “Reliability on Steroids.

Bearing Failure Mechanisms

An understanding of how a bearing or gear actually fails is paramount to understanding why condition monitoring technologies work the way they do.

It also helps us understand how a condition monitoring technology like ultrasound, vibration analysis, or infrared thermography detects the defects they claim to detect.

This session will focus on the mechanical and chemical ways bearings and gears fail. Concepts like lubricant dynamics, fatigue, adhesion, and abrasion will be covered in an attempt to help the participant understand the failure mechanisms of a bearing, what causes the mechanisms, what accelerates these mechanisms, and how they affect the life expectancy of a bearing.

Understanding these mechanisms makes the information coming from the condition monitoring technologies much more meaningful and relevant.

Bearing Failure Mechanisms Part II

Presented by Andy Page, CMRP, GPAllied.

As a follow-up to the Bearing Failure Mechanisms webinar, this webinar will take the bearing failures to the next step. We will discuss applicable condition monitoring technologies and how they are applied to different bearing failures.

We will discuss how each technology displays or detects different failure mechanisms within the bearing. We will also discuss how the different technologies complement each other with respect to detecting these failure mechanisms.

The most important aspect of the webinar will be a discussion around the limitations and data collection considerations for each technology.

Creating Superior Return on Investment through Aggressive Contamination Control

Presented by Mark Barnes, VP, Reliability Services, Des-Case.With 60-70% of all lubrication related problems directly or indirectly attributed by experts to contaminants, getting them under control can add quickly to a company’s bottom line.

In this webinar, we’ll discuss the reasons why contamination related failures are so prevalent and through a series of case-study based examples, explain how to build an executable action plan and business case analysis to close the gaps on contamination control.

The 50 Failure Modes of Electric Motors

Presented by Terry Harris, CMRP.

Electric motors fail many times at plant locations and sometimes cause costly downtime and create safety related issues.

The motors fail for many reasons and in most cases we can eliminate many of these issues. By eliminating the failure modes the motor can last many more life cycles and reduce these downtime issues. Motor failures can be predicted with many PdM technologies and prevented with proper PM tasks.

These failures can also be eliminated by being proactive and learning how to buy the right motor and install it correctly so it will last 15 years instead of 2 years.

7 Steps of RCM

Presented by: Doug Plucknette, founder of the RCM Blitz™ and world-wide RCM Discipline Leader for GPAllied.

Ever consider how to improve asset availability? Here’s a great opportunity to learn about creating and implementing an effective RCM program.

There are seven basic questions used to help practitioners determine the causes of system failures and develop activities targeted to prevent them.  This webinar will guide attendees through the specifics of each question so that they will have a better understanding of how to maintain the required functions of their systems.

1. What are the functions of the asset?

2. In what way can the asset fail to fulfill its functions?

3. What causes each functional failure?

4. What happens when each failure occurs?

5. What are the consequences of each failure?

6. What should be done to prevent or predict the failure?

7. What should be done if a suitable proactive task cannot be found?

Which Technology for What Failure Mode

Presented by Carey Repasz, Allied Reliability

Diagnosing Conditions on Electric Motor Bearings

Presented by Chuck Peterson, Peterson Predictive Maintenance

Implementing Reliable Manufacturing

Tim Dunton, CMRP.Tim was a featured speaker at this year’s Ultrasound World conference and has already agreed to speak at our innaugural Reliable Asset World conference taking place next May 13-16 in Clearwater, FL.

In recent years, the term “reliability” has become quite a buzzword in industry. Many companies have started to focus on reliability as a new profit center. Several have rallied around the thought, “It’s the last area we have to compete against lower cost producers.”

But what is the best way to build a reliable and predictable plant? What are the key programs and/or processes that will truly deliver improved equipment reliability or uptime and how do we implement them in a way that will build sustainability?

Join us for this complimentary webinar where Tim Dunton will discuss a systematic, integrated and sustainable approach to Reliable Manufacturing, that addresses the Strategic, Tactical and Application work needed to implement Reliable Manufacturing at your facility.

Creating Value in Supply Chain Partnerships

Presented by Tim Goshert, CMRP, Allied Reliability Group

This webinar will walk participants through the steps for creating and improving supply chain partnerships in their organization to achieve the greatest benefits.

We will discuss core beliefs about supply chain partnerships, what value added relationships are, how to establish and maintain successful supply chain partnerships, and key things to be aware of when implementing partnerships within your organization.

The most important aspect of the webinar will be a discussion around the benefits you can see when you have an effective supply chain.

Understanding the Relationship Between Asset Lifecycle & Reliability Tools & Methods

Presented by: Doug Plucknette, GPAllied

This presentation looks at the different phases of asset lifecycle, and the reliability tools and methods that can be used in each phase to insure we get the most life out of our equipment at the lowest cost.

In this webinar we will look at all five phases of the asset lifecycle curve Design, Installation, Operational, Potential Failure and Functional Failure. As an example, in the design phase of a project, what reliability tools should we use to make sure we design a piece of equipment that is both reliable and maintainable?

It will also discuss the advantages of each tool and why it is important to introduce and use the tool in the correct phase of the asset life.

How to Rate Equipment for Criticality

Presented by Terry Harris, CMRP

The process of ranking each piece of equipment in our plants on its actual criticality to the operation is very important. It’s important because this is how we should assign our resources of people and time allotted.

We should not be doing PM’s on low critical equipment and may need to spend more time with highly critical equipment. Making sure we look at all the factors is the key to this session. Safety, quality, environmental, food safety, operations, and maintenance issues should all be ranked.

Optimizing the Use of Technology for Proactive Maintenance

Presented by Kim Hunt of Domtar

Kim Hunt, Reliability Manager at Domtar’s Pulp and Paper in Ontario, will discuss how, with the proper tools and technology, you can improve your condition based monitoring programs.

With a simple shift in thinking you can use technology to turn your asset management program into a proactive strategy versus a reactive, failure finding, predictive maintenance strategy.

This webinar takes a positive approach to condition monitoring with a focus on motor lubrication using ultrasound.

Best Practices in Maintenance & Reliability Education

Presented by Shon Isenhour, CMRP, GPAllied

Through the use of direct applications, active learning, and real world scenarios you can unleash the benefits of your investment in training for employees and for yourself.

Continuing your education and promoting lifelong learning will improve your processes, enhance your reliability program, and will have a positive effect on your bottom line.

Join us for this complimentary webinar and learn for yourself how to maximize your return on training.


Lubrication for Aging Assets

In this webinar, Terry Harris of Reliable Process Solutions presents “Lubrication for Aging Assets.”

It would be great if we could replace all old or failed equipment with new equipment or state of the art assets. But unfortunately, that is not very cost effective except in the airline industry where the risk of failure is much higher.

So, we must all learn about our equipment and learn to manage our 20 – 50-year-old equipment.

A look at techniques and ideas to add some reliability to our aging assets – specifically in regards to our lubrication practices.

Lubrication – Hidden Complexity, Untapped Opportunity

In this webinar, Eric Rasmusson of Generation Systems presents, “Lubrication: Hidden Complexity, Untapped Opportunity.” In a recent online survey, over 80% of respondents saw a strong correlation between failures/reactive work and lubrication issues.

Why does successfully lubricating industrial equipment prove so vexing?

This webinar tackles this question and discusses:

  • The hidden difficulties found in the often-overlooked complexities of lubrication.
  • How commonly used approaches, while well intended, can actually undermine success.
  • Practices and technology that bring consistency, accuracy and sustainability to lubrication.
  • Multiple examples of real-world ROI and cost savings.

Implementing Best Practices in Motor Greasing

In this webinar, Clay Allen of Mosaic discusses “Implementing Best Practices in Motor Greasing.”

An electric motor has many components that must be cared for in order to obtain reliable operation and long service life. After installation, one of the main things that must be done to achieve trouble-free service is lubricating the bearings.

This presentation covers best practices for greasing motor bearings and how to successfully implement them.

The presentation is applicable to those wanting to start a motor greasing program because it will help create a roadmap to accelerate implementation and ensure that best practices are followed from the start. It will also be helpful to those with an established program by providing tips, tricks, and a look at some details that can help push the program to the next level.

The topics covered include:

  • Motor greasing procedures utilizing ultrasonic technology
  • Purging bearings
  • Planned vs. Actual amounts of grease needed (PM vs. Condition Based)
  • How to grease inaccessible motors
  • Greasing VFD motors
  • How to prevent grease cross-contamination

Ultrasound Assisted Lubrication & the UP 401 Digital Grease Caddy

In this webinar we discuss the Ultraprobe 401 Digital Grease Caddy & how it helps you to rethink time-based lubrication.

Knowing that improper lubrication is a leading cause of premature bearing failure, our UP 401 Digital Grease Caddy will allow you to:

– Know when to stop adding lubricant
– Measure the amount of lubricant added
– Trend bearing lubrication data

With an overview of how ultrasound assisted lubrication works and a demo the UP 401 Digital Grease Caddy – you’ll be sure to leave this session with lots of new ideas on how to show your bearings some love this Luberuary!

Designing Effective Lubrication Storage

During this webinar, Terry Harris of Reliable Process Solutions presents “Designing Effective Lubrication Storage.”

This session looks at all the factors you need to determine how to effectively design a lubrication storage area. There are many factors to consider.

The types of lubricants you are using and how to consolidate. The amount of lubricant for each application. What filtration and ambient controls that may be needed to protect lubricants and keep them in top condition.

This session teaches how to size containers, what materials are available, the safety systems around lubrication storage.

A Practitioner’s Journey to Improved Lubrication Practices

Since 1925, Cemex’s Clinchfield, GA plant has seen many changes over the years.

As Georgia’s only operating cement plant, keeping the plant’s kiln, roller mill, and finish mills up and running requires dedication and diligence on the plant’s maintenance and reliability personnel.

With a 900,000 tons per year capacity, and a process and environment that are not kind to the equipment, steps must be taken to ensure that the equipment is running efficiently with little room for error when it comes to maintenance.

Improvements in the plant’s lubrication program have been vital at keeping the facility’s equipment running smoothly. Even going as far as implementing ultrasound to assist in preventing lubrication related failures in equipment.

It has been said that as many as 60% to 80% of premature bearing failures can be attributed to lubrication. Whether it’s using the wrong grease for the wrong application, over lubrication, under lubrication, or lubricant contamination, they are all due to lubrication. Through the use of ultrasound, lubricators know when enough grease has been added; therefore preventing early stage bearing failures due to over or under lubrication.

This presentation will show how improving lubrication practices at a cement plant that occupies approximately 3000 acres in middle Georgia can go a long way in improving overall equipment reliability since lubrication is the “life blood” of rotating equipment.

Ultrasound Assisted Lubrication

It has been said that as many as 60 to 80 percent of premature bearing failures are lubrication related. Whether it is due to over lubrication, under lubrication, or simply using the wrong lubricant for the wrong application, it is still a lubrication related failure.

One challenge for maintenance & reliability professionals is how to optimize their lubrication PM’s. Ultrasound technology is one way to assist in enhancing lubrication procedures. Using ultrasound, we can prevent lubrication failures due to over and under lubrication.

When this method is used, the move is more towards condition based lubrication, rather than time based lubrication. Additionally, more problems can be found than with traditional time based methods.

Payback for Lubrication Excellence

In this webinar recording. Terry Harris of Reliable Process Solutions, presented “Payback for Lubrication Excellence.”

In the proactive area of reliability the number one area that needs to be addressed is lubrication. Many companies get started with precision skills, RCM, TPM, and many other processes. All of these are important but if we purchase a balance pump, use precision installation, precision alignment, and do everything perfect.

Then we add a dirty lube, the pump still fails early. There are many paybacks in developing Lubrication Excellence programs. Training of all the lube appliers has a payback. Building effective lube procedures, storing lubricants, lube application equipment, and safety all have paybacks to the efforts.Learn how at each step we can save/make a payback work.

Ways your Lube Tech can Improve Reliability

In this webinar, Kenny Foley of Hydrotex presented “Ways a Lube Tech can Improve Reliability.

”This presentation will detail the multitude of ways a lubrication technician can improve any reliability program. Lube techs are the eyes and ears of industrial plants; getting an up close look at equipment on a daily/scheduled basis.

Instead of simply walking the scheduled route and greasing every zerk in sight, utilize the lube techs knowledge of the environment and processes to get early warnings of potential failures in an effort to improve overall reliability.

New Ultraprobe to Improve Your Lubrication Program

The webinar below shares how our newest member of the Ultraprobe family, the Ultraprobe 401 Digital Grease Caddy Pro will help you to rethink time-based lubrication. Knowing that improper lubrication is the leading cause of premature bearing failure, our UP 401 Digital Grease Caddy Pro will allow you to:

– Know when to stop adding lubricant
– Measure the amount of lubricant added
– Trend bearing lubrication data

With an overview of how ultrasound assisted lubrication works and a demo of how the new UP 401 Digital Grease Caddy Pro works, you’ll be sure to leave this session with a new appreciation (& love) for your bearings!

An Introduction to Lubrication Excellence

Terry Harris of Reliable Process Solutions, will give us an overview of lubrication excellence. He’ll cover topics such as effective storage procedures, how to determine the right type of lubricant to use (and how to avoid redundancies) and how to determine your ISO cleanliness levels.

In one short hour you’ll walk away with practical tips and solutions you can implement right away to effect change and improve asset health.

The 100 Failure Modes of Lubrication and Lubrication Programs

Presented by Terry Harris of Reliable Process Solutions

Looking at plant and process lubrication through the process of RCM we find there are over 50 failure modes of lubrication. There are another 50 in the lubrication programs at the plant site. Understanding the failure modes helps to eliminate the failures.

Using the RCM process of determining failure modes, this webinar takes apart lubricant failures specific to all processes. It covers all failures from temperature, moisture, particles, and breaks them down so they can be eliminated in the plant environment. Then we will break down the lubrication program failures that are common in most operating plants around the world.


Steam Trap Inspections & Reporting

In this webinar we discuss how to generate a Steam Report in our Ultratrend DMS software. We’ll start with setting up your steam route(s) then review what information you’ll need to collect, how to import your data from your Ultraprobe, and finally how to generate the report and cost savings analysis.

If you are using ultrasound to test steam traps, this helpful webinar is one you won’t want to miss!

Why are SOP’s Necessary for Steam Trap Testing?

In our first complimentary webinar of Steamtember 2017, Kelly Paffel discusses “Why are Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) Necessary for Testing Steam Traps.”

For many years, quality assurance professional’s at large companies have been writing operating guidelines or procedures, called standard operating procedures (SOPs), to help workers produce quality products that help the company compete in the marketplace.

Today it is necessary to have SOPs for all steam system aspects and having a SOPs for steam trap testing is very important. An steam trap SOP is a set of instructions or steps someone follows to complete the steam trap testing task, safely, to meet testing compliance standards, and to maximize operational and plant requirements with no adverse incorrect testing information.

How does a plant determine if an outside contractor is capable of performing a steam trap testing procedure unless the contractor has a detailed SOP to ensure the contractor testing personnel are doing the task correctly.

Steam Trap Selection, Installation & Testing

In our final Steamtember webinar, industry expert, Nick Westerberg of Westerberg Associates, walked us through Steam Trap Selection, Installation & Testing.

With the increasing cost of generating steam in today’s economy Nick will discuss a few important topics that can make a big difference to the bottom line of safety and efficiency. Nick will share different STEAM TRAP types and where you might use them with a couple sample-sizing examples and then how to install it correctly for maximum performance.

The last item he will discuss is how and what technologies to use for Testing and Maintenance. If you do not take care of your steam trap population you will waste money on your generation as well as experience Water Hammer.

DMS Steam Report Generation – with Steam Testing Information

In this webinar we cover how to generate a Steam Report in our DMS software.

We start with setting up your steam route(s) then review what data points you need to collect, how to import your data and finally how to generate the report and cost savings analysis.

If you are using ultrasound to test steam traps, this helpful webinar is one you won’t want to miss!

Detecting Internal Leakage on Steam Valves

In this webinar, Kelly Paffel of Inveno Engineering discusses best practices in “Detecting Internal Leakage on Steam Valves.

Steam valves installed in plants create a perplexing problem: determining whether the valve has internal leakage. Internal steam valve leakage is one of the most difficult failures to analyze and costs plants millions of dollars a year.

It is very difficult, if not impossible, to determine whether a steam valve is leaking by studying its body temperature profile. The most reliable test method for internal steam leakage is using ultrasound at high frequencies above 25 kHz. Every test method has good and a few not-so-good attributes, but high-frequency ultrasound has proven to be an easy and accurate test method in 98% of applications.

This webinar will explain proper test methods with the goals of eliminating outside influences that can affect accurate ultrasound testing and improving the accuracy of test results.

Reliabililty & Compressed Air Program at Wells Enterprises

In this webinar, Jack Miller of Wells Enterprises (home of Blue Bunny ice cream) shares how they have aligned people and resources to enhance reliability and better yet – to make ice cream! There’s nothing like a cool ice cream treat on a hot summer day, whether it’s in the back yard with family, or in parks and playgrounds everywhere. Ice cream is the best feel-good treat ever.

Have you ever thought about what actually goes into making your favorite ice cream treat? Jack Miller did, 30 years ago when he started his career with the largest independently owned and operated dairy in the country right near his hometown.

Wells’ Enterprises, a rapidly growing manufacturer of ice cream for over 100 years, took on the challenge of reducing compressed air loss, thus reducing the carbon footprint while becoming a responsible corporate citizen.

Jack is going to share the story of aligning people and resources in pursuit of a successful compressed air leak program.

Intern Program at KSU Key to Identifying Compressed Air Energy Savings

In this webinar, where Dave Carter of Kansas State University shares how for ten years, the Kansas State University Pollution Prevention Intern Program has assisted Kansas industries in identify cost savings associated with energy efficiency projects.

Compressed air audits are an integral part of the intern program, and interns not only identify compressed air leaks, but also prepare protocols so the industry can take over when the interns leave the facility.

This session shares data on energy savings identified through the intern program and present industry case studies from facilities that hosted interns.

Value of a Solid Leak Detection Program

For several years now, TE Connectivity has completed compressed air leak surveys at their facility in Greensboro, NC using ultrasonic leak detection technology.

These surveys resulted in a $100,000 in savings in year one, $200,000 in savings year two and another $100,000 in year three.

In this presentation, TPM Coordinator, David Barlow, will provide a summary of how they got their program up and running and how the cost and energy savings have allowed for the expansion of their condition monitoring program as well as their plans for the future.

Why is Industrial Energy Management so Hard?

Nick Balster, of Groom Energy, will be presenting “Why is Industrial Energy Management so Hard?”

Manufacturers face a ton of challenges every day, and prioritizing energy spend is often difficult. This can lead to missed opportunities to save on energy costs, some of the easiest ways to save money in plants.

Listen in and learn about the approach that Groom Energy has seen work in countless manufacturing plants, to get the ball rolling and keep it delivering savings.

Steam Trap Testing at DuPont

In this webinar Vee Guidry of DuPont will give an overview of the Steam Trap Testing program at DuPont.

Vee will review how they utilize ultrasonic technology at DuPont industrial plants around the country to survey steam traps resulting in a significant decrease in energy loss and thus a significant increase in cost savings.

With winter on the way, now’s the perfect time to be thinking steam!

Steam Report Generation in DMS

This webinar reviewed step by step how to generate a Steam Report in our DMS Software.

Steam Trap Testing with Ultrasound

Presented by Kelly Paffel, from Swagelok Energy Advisors

A Successful Leak Detection Program at DuPont

Since 2006, DuPont has completed extensive surveys of steam and compressed gas systems at over 135 plant sites using ultrasonic leak detection technology.

These surveys were led by a highly skilled technologist whose efforts have identified significant opportunities for system defect correction and energy savings.

This presentation will provide a summary of DuPont survey findings and insight regarding key elements of DuPont steam and compressed gas Best Practices.

Preparing for the Heating Season

Presented by Tristian McCallion of Swagelok Energy Advisors.

With the arrival of fall and winter just on the horizon, we hope you’ll make plans to joins us for this complimentary webinar where we will look at the start-up of your winterization program, focusing on the tracing and unit heaters and the start-up and testing of your steam lines.

Advanced Trends in Compressed Air Best Practices

If your factory has completed a “Phase 1” system assessment, congratulations but don’t rest on your laurels! This presentation on “Advanced Trends” provides examples of what Energy Managers, at leading manufacturing organizations, are doing to achieve “Best Practices” beyond data logging, leak audits, and the optimization of air compressor controls.

After the low-hanging fruit has been plucked in a “Phase 1” compressed air system assessment, Energy Managers at Ball Container, Honda, Visteon, and Saint Gobain didn’t stop. These Editorial Board Members of Compressed Air Best Practices Magazine share examples of projects done in eight areas: air flow measurement, shutdown optimization, heat recovery, air quality specifications, air pressure sub-zones, lowering plant pressure, optimizing pneumatics, and blow-off air optimization.

Rod Smith is the Publisher of Compressed Air Best Practices Magazine and www.airbestpractices.com.

All content is designed to educate industry on how to reduce the significant energy costs associated with compressed air systems. With twenty years of experience in the compressed air industry, Mr. Smith formerly held the positions of Vice President, Sales & Marketing for Quincy Compressor and SPX Hankison.

Go Green or Go Home

Presented by: Douglas J Plucknette and Chris Colson,  Allied Reliability

While the benefits of equipment reliability are most noted for reducing the cost of maintenance, the benefits of reliable assets reach far beyond the cost of eliminating emergency and demand maintenance.

As a reliability engineer, I find it exciting that nearly every major company in the world includes pages in regard energy efficiency and environmental responsibility on their corporate web sites.  While most of these web pages and statements focus on new innovations in the products these companies produce, I’m excited because I know that as a reliability engineer we can help companies improve energy efficiency and reduce emissions by working to improve manufacturing reliability.

Improved energy efficiency goes hand in hand with reliability; reliable systems, reliable processes, and reliable assets are both energy efficient and environmentally responsible.  In this session we will share some high level techniques and benefits of how equipment reliability improves energy efficiency.

Flash Steam Recovery

Presented by Kelly Paffel, from Swagelok Energy Advisors

Building a Successful Leak Management Program

Presented by Dr. James R. Neale, Energy Research Group – University of Waikato

Steam Trap Testing

Presented by Tristian McCallion, from Swagelok Energy Advisors

Documenting a Fast ROI and Carbon Reduction Opportunities from Ultrasonic Compressed Air Survey

Presented by Mike Naro, UE Systems


Analyzing Electrical Sound Files

Presented by: Joe Gierlach, Vice President – Technical Training, TEGG Corporation

Many things sound similar as it relates to electrical equipment emissions. Not only does one need to distinguish what sounds are normal from additive components, using the Spectralyzer to ensure accurate identification is also critical to effectiveness.

This webinar will discuss proper set up of the tools in Spectralyzer, using overlays, comparing similarities with recorded waves and known samples, and setting up the software for reporting. Join us for this informative webinar that will focus on the most common faults in electrical systems.

Mechanical Issues Lead to Electrical Faults!

Presented by: Joe Gierlach Vice President – Technical Training and Support, TEGG Corporation

Spend 30 minutes discussing how a manufacturing defect lead to an electrical fault on a modern transformer in service for less than 5 years.

What began as an innocent emission signature soon had additional components that were superimposed with the expected ultrasonic pattern from a 2000 KVA transformer. As innocent as it seemed, it soon would create larger problems that were certain to reduce the service life of this all important asset.

NFPA and the impact on Electrical Inspections

Presented by: Rob Miller, CMRP.  IRISS, Inc.

Have you ever wondered just how to start an electrical maintenance program but were unsure of the standards and recommendations available to assist you in working safely and effectively?

Join us for a presentation designed to give you an overview of the critical requirements of NFPA, OSHA and CSA to ensure that you have a successful and safe maintenance program.

The Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) enforces electrical safety regulations in the United States.

Although OSHA has not adopted and does not mandate NFPA 70E compliance, you can be cited for non-compliance. If you wonder how this could be possible, remember that OSHA’s authority to do so stems from the occupational Safety and Health Act in particular Section 5(a)(1) and 29 CFR 1910.2(g).

What You Can’t Hear Can Hurt You Electrical Webinar

The “unheard” can have dire consequences.

Presented by: Joe Gierlach Vice President – Technical Training and Support, TEGG Corporation

Ultrasound and Infrared: Implications of NFPA 70E and 70B Standards

Presented by Martin Robinson, IRISS



Get the Most out of your UP 15,000

Airborne & Structure-borne ultrasound is considered to be the most versatile of all CBM technologies, and the Ultraprobe 15000 by UE Systems is an advanced, but easy to use instrument that can easily be integrated into existing CBM programs, or used as a stand-alone tool for a variety of applications.

This webinar presentation will guide the user through the features of the Ultraprobe 15000, and then how to set up the instrument for each of the following applications: Compressed Air Leak Detection, Steam Trap Inspection, Valve Testing, Electrical Inspection, and structure-borne mechanical inspection. Data storage capabilities and application specific reporting examples will also be shown.

Ultrasound Assisted Lubrication & The UP 401 Grease Caddy

In this webinar we discuss the Ultraprobe 401 Digital Grease Caddy & how it will help you to rethink time-based lubrication.

Knowing that improper lubrication is the leading cause of premature bearing failure, our UP 401 Digital Grease Caddy will allow you to:

  • Know when to stop adding lubricant
  • Measure the amount of lubricant added
  • Trend bearing lubrication data

With an overview of how ultrasound assisted lubrication works and a demo the UP 401 Digital Grease Caddy – you’ll be sure to leave this session with lots of new ideas on how to show your bearings some love.

What’s new with the 4Cast – 24/7 Online Condition Monitoring

UE Systems is excited to showcase the latest enhancements to our 4Cast system.

The 4Cast offers 24/7 online condition monitoring of your most critical assets & we’ve made it even better!

In addition to continuously listening to your assets the 4Cast will now automatically alert you when an alarm is met.

With a simple (and instant!) text or email you’ll know when attention needs to be paid.

We’ve also added in dashboards in our software to make it even easier for you to monitor and trend these critical points. Let us do the listening – we’ve got you covered!

New Ultraprobe to Improve Your Lubrication Program

The webinar below shares how our newest member of the Ultraprobe family, the Ultraprobe 401 Digital Grease Caddy Pro will help you to rethink time-based lubrication. Knowing that improper lubrication is the leading cause of premature bearing failure, our UP 401 Digital Grease Caddy Pro will allow you to:

– Know when to stop adding lubricant
– Measure the amount of lubricant added
– Trend bearing lubrication data

With an overview of how ultrasound assisted lubrication works and a demo of how the new UP 401 Digital Grease Caddy Pro works, you’ll be sure to leave this session with a new appreciation (& love) for your bearings!

Overview of Ultraprobe 15,000 Features

The Ultraprobe 15,000 continues to grow in popularity. The combination of easy to use software and inspection enhancing hardware has improved inspector productivity and, by the feedback we’ve been receiving, customer satisfaction. In the spirit of continuous improvement we have released some new features to enhance the value of this powerful tool. Below is a quick overview of the updates but we encourage you to view the webinar above for a more in depth look at what our UP 15,00 has to offer!

Here are some of the innovations:

1. Low level Leak recognition: Users who had difficulty locating low level leaks in noisy environments will now be more successful.

2. Icon driven Setup: With a global presence for ultrasound technology, the basic operations and setup modes are now all Icon driven. It will be easier for most users to set up and use their Ultraprobe in an intuitive manner. The Setup screen has been organized into five categories: Preferences, Info, Reset, Upgrade and Applications. When opened, the selections within each screen may be scrolled to by either using the classic UP/DOWN arrows or by sliding your finger up and/or down the screen.

3. Languages: The functional language of the Ultraprobe 15,000 can be changed from English to: Spanish, French, Dutch and German, shortly to be followed by Chinese (low and high Mandarin), Russian and Polish.

Explore the Power of the New Ultraprobe 15,000 Touch

Presented by Adrian Messer, UE Systems.

Setting up Routes with Ultratrend DMS Data Management Software

Presented by Chuck Peterson, Peterson Predictive Maintenance


Ultrasound World XII Preview

Join UE Systems as we preview the learning sessions, workshops and solution providers that will be at this year’s Ultrasound World Conference.

With presentations from Wells Dairy, Clearwater Paper, Nestle Purina and more covering the various applications that Ultrasound can be used for, this year’s conference is bound to be the best one yet.

Come get a little taste of what you can expect to learn as Adrian Messer and Doug Waetjen walk us through the presentation topics and they’ll even be sharing some tips and tricks you can take away with you and put to use even if you can’t join us in for the conference.

2016 Reliable Asset World Preview

In this webinar, moderator Shon Isenhour of Eruditio, LLC will walk us through the presentations that will be presented at our 3rd annual Reliable Asset World conference.

With speakers from The Wonderful Company, Kimberly Clark, Smuckers, Groom Energy, and more speaking on topics ranging from building a winning reliability business plan to case studies on how reliability metrics & condition monitoring implementations led to a significant decrease in unplanned downtime, this is one event you’ll want to attend this year!

Shon will share some lessons along the way, so even if you can’t make it to beautiful Clearwater Beach, FL in May, you’ll still walk away from this webinar with a few new tips and tricks in your back pocket.

Preview of 2015 Reliable Asset World Conference

This complimentary webinar has reliability expert, Andy Page, of Allied Reliability, previewing for us what we can expect to learn at our 2nd annual Reliable Asset World Conference.

With speakers from Amazon, General Motors, URS Corporation, and more speaking on topics ranging from building a reliability road map for your organization to case studies on how RCM & condition monitoring implementations led to a significant decrease in unplanned downtime, this is one event you’ll want to attend this year!

Andy will share some lessons along the way, so even if you can’t make it to beautiful Clearwater Beach, FL in June, you’ll still walk away from this webinar with a few new tips and tricks in your back pocket.

A Preview of Ultrasound World X

Doug Waetjen of UE Systems will review some of the presentations and presenters from Ultrasound World X.

Some key topics covered are diagnostics of electric faults, how ultrasound is used at the Kennedy Space Center, past, present and future, key performance indicators of Reliability Based Maintenance, airborne ultrasound and wireless condition monitoring and more.

Join Doug for this 50 minute presentation and learn some of the key take-away points that can help even if you cannot attend the conference.

A Preview of Reliable Asset World

Shon Isenhour from Allied Reliability Group will preview Reliable Asset World. He’ll discuss topics about the newly released ISO 55000 on Asset Management, Reliability Centered Lubrication, PdM technologies & how they affect Reliability, the financial side of a strong Reliability program and more.

Lessons Learned From Ultrasound World IX

The key to any successful conference is ensuring that the lessons learned don’t stay in the room. It’s imperative that we take what we learned back to our organizations so we can maximize the return on training.

This webinar will cover the “AHA” moments, key points, and insights that our featured thought leaders shared in their presentations.