The NSWCCD-SSES 631 tested the UL101 in land-based and shipboard VCHT systems. Tests concluded that the UL101 is capable of quickly locating vacuum leaks. Conventional methods were cited to be labor-intensive and time-consuming.
The advisory recommends the UL101 ultrasound detector for ships in the DDG-51, LPD-17, and PC-1 classes, and hulls LCS-1, LCS-2 and CVN-77. The detector is available in the stock system under NSN: 6635-01-534-2512. Manuals and documentation will be updated to reflect the advisory.
This is the first of many announcements we are expecting for 2010 regarding the U.S. Navy. CTRL continues to work with the Navy, both marine and aviation, to integrate our software and sensors for condition-based monitoring maintenance tasks, said Bob Roche, president of CTRL Systems, Inc.
CTRL Systems, Inc., headquartered in Westminster, Maryland, specializes in designing ultrasound technology and implementation programs for energy savings and condition-based monitoring applications. 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. For more information about CTRL Systems, Inc. please visit us at www.ctrlsys.com or call 877-287-5797.
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