The latest advancement from the manufacturers of the world’s leading ultrasonic detection instruments, the Ultraprobe 15,000 Touch provides plant inspection professionals the ability to use iPhone like Touch Screen technology to analyze conditions with a wide range of on-board features including: a spectral analyzer, the ability to take equipment temperature with an infrared thermometer, photograph test points with an on-board camera, select from multiple data screens including dB, temperature, and spectral analysis, pinpoint locations with a laser pointer, store data, sounds, and images, generate reports, review historical record data, plan/review routes, review alarm groups for planning corrective actions, adjust emissivity, and much more.

Used for all plant applications, the Touch is something truly special. “We are very proud and privileged to introduce such powerful, intuitive technology to plant maintenance professionals”, said Alan Bandes, Vice President of Marketing for UE Systems. “Truly a full-featured inspection system, the (Ultraprobe 15,000) Touch takes the most necessary components of ultrasonic inspection and simplifies the process to intuitively guide inspectors through their routes more quickly and effectively.”

Used for almost any plant application, the system will truly advance the state of CbM, measuring, analyzing and collecting all required data with just one touch. For mechanical and electrical applications, the Ultraprobe 15,000 Touch gives you immediate opportunities to analyze on the spot, using an array of features to report and diagnose premature problems before they occur. The system can also serve as an energy conservation tool to not only find leaks and help determine your carbon footprint emissions and overall energy consumption.

Optional accessories Trisonic Scanning Module, Stethoscope Module, Long Range Module, and RAS-MT can be added to the basic kit.

For further information on the Ultraprobe 15,000 Touch and its exact specifications, you can visit UE Systems website at www.uesystems.com and click on the link to access the Ultraprobe 15,000 Touch profile page, which includes a short video and printer friendly brochure.

UE Systems has been setting the standards for ultrasound technology since 1973, and has been recognized as the worldwide leader in the development of airborne and structure born ultrasound inspection equipment.  Producers of analog and digital Ultraprobe ultrasonic inspection guns, UES provides tools and training for enhancing any PdM program including the need for essential energy conservation techniques.

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