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WESTMINSTER, Md. - CTRL Systems, Inc. is hosting an ultrasound energy savings seminar with the University of Minnesota’s Minnesota Technical Assistance Program and Xcel Energy on September 30th. Located at University of Minnesota’s (St. Paul campus) Continuing Education and Conference Center, the Ultrasonics Energy Savings Seminar will educate attendees about using ultrasound technology to detect costly air leaks and steam trap failures. The seminar will also introduce the benefits to using ultrasound, guidelines for getting started, and program and rebate opportunities.

In today’s economic climate energy savings programs are a must for facilities with compressed air/gas and steam traps. This seminar seeks to minimize program start up costs and the dreaded learning curve for attendees. A hands-on demonstration of ultrasound diagnostic equipment will also be provided to illustrate technology effectiveness and ease of use.

“This seminar aims to help attendees get a handle on their air leaks and steam trap failures by removing the skepticism about ultrasound diagnostics, ” says Bob Roche, president of CTRL Systems, Inc. “Understanding the technologies, programs and how to get started is half the battle when it comes to implementing a successful energy savings program.”

Ultrasonics Energy Savings Seminar - Event Details

Date: September 30, 2009

Location: University of Minnesota St. Paul Campus, Continuing Education and Conference Center Room #: 55

Cost: $35.00 per person ($25 per person before September 1)

Sessions: ½-day sessions - 7:30-11:30 a.m. and 1:00-5:00 p.m.

Lunch: 11:30-12:30pm (included in registration fee for both a.m. & p.m. sessions)

Registration: http://ctrlsys.com/news/seminar_mn_energy_reg.pdf


CTRL Systems, Inc., headquartered in Westminster, Maryland, specializes in designing ultrasound technology and implementation programs for energy savings and predictive maintenance. The company’s programs are supported by comprehensive training, analysis software, data capture and ultrasound sensors. CTRL Systems is firmly dedicated to providing the most innovative sound solutions to its customers. Industries served by CTRL’s ultrasound technologies and programs include: oil & gas, aviation, power generation and transmission, petrochemical and general manufacturing.

For more information about CTRL Systems, Inc. please contact us at 877-287-5797 or visit us on the web at www.ctrlsys.com

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