UE Systems enhances ultrasonic inspection system

The state-of-the-art Ultraprobe 10,000 ultrasonic detection system, considered by many plant maintenance experts to be the "gold standard" of condition-based monitoring equipment, has recently been upgraded with numerous performance and design improvements, according to its manufacturer, UE Systems of Elmsford, NY.

A complete ultrasonic asset management system, the instrument performs condition analysis, manages test data and directly records, analyzes and links sound samples to one of 400 record files stored in the Ultraprobe or through external devices via a compact flash card. The latest upgrades to this hand-held detector include an advanced digital platform that enables users to install software upgrades as they are introduced without having to purchase a new Ultraprobe, a new ergonomically designed handle with non-slip rubberized grip to allow for long-lasting comfort, and extended battery life to permit longer maintenance routes without recharging. The Ultraprobe 10,000 is also available with an optional re-charger kit and charger pod for instant deployment of a fresh battery while the used one is being recharged.

"These new upgrades to the Ultraprobe 10,000 not only provide our clients with additional comfort and reliability but endless possibilities with regard to future enhancements. This is another great step forward for UE Systems as we continuously look to improve client satisfaction at every level", said Alan Bandes, Vice President of UE Systems.

Used successfully for virtually every maintenance application including data-based mechanical inspection, leak detection, and electrical inspection, the Ultraprobe 10,000 is the world's most advanced ultrasonic inspection system.

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