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Ultrasound World VIII set for May 14-17, 2012

Ultrasound World, considered to be the major forum for ultrasound technology will take place May 14 through 17, 2012 at the Clearwater Hilton in Clearwater Beach Florida.  Entering its eighth year, it has grown to become recognized as one of the top conferences for reliability and energy conservation.  The program will include presentations and short courses by users of the ultrasound technology and will cover a wide range of topics for condition monitoring and energy conservation.   

One presentation by Todd Fraser of Procter and Gamble titled “No More Equipment Failures!  Can You Say That?” will describe how his department dramatically reduced bearing failure incidents using ultrasound technology.  Also of interest is a short course: Clean, Green and Reliable, “How equipment reliability delivers low cost, energy efficient assets at plants around the world!”  Other important topics such as: detecting and analyzing electrical fault conditions with ultrasound, and effective energy conservation practices will be included in the program.

 “This conference continues to provide outstanding presentations full of useful content attendees can take away and use in their facilities. We strive to create an outstanding learning environment where attendees can network and share their experiences” says Doug Waetjen of UE Systems. “The fact that the conference has grown over the past eight years and continues to bring visitors from around the globe, many of who keep returning, is a testament to the quality of the program.”

Ultrasound technology has become recognized as a valuable component to any maintenance program for identification, diagnosing, analyzing and reporting of potential failure conditions in operating plant equipment and systems.

For information contact UE Systems: info@uesystems.com or visit their website.  The link for the conference is:

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