Ultrasound World IV highlights energy conservation
Clearwater Beach, FL -- The fourth annual Ultrasound World conference, hosted by UE Systems, is scheduled from Jan....
Clearwater Beach, FL — The fourth annual Ultrasound World conference, hosted by UE Systems, is scheduled from Jan. 27-30, 2008, in Clearwater Beach, Fla., at the Hilton Beach Resort.
Ultrasound World IV offers numerous lectures and workshops for maintenance and plant operation professionals. Presented by international plant operation experts involved in all aspects of predictive maintenance, this year’s conference will focus on topics such as energy conservation, bearing monitoring techniques, lubrication inspection and condition-based monitoring.
Recently UE Systems announced three presentations focused on energy conservation. These topics will help set a new effort to direct plants toward a ‘Go Green’ objective for 2008, helping plant managers save significant production dollars while taking part in the global effort to preserve the planet.
The three presentations geared toward conserving energy include: Paul Payne and Kevin Whitehead presenting “The Leaky Plant & How to Quantify What You Find;” Don and Darrel Adams, discussing “Continuous Steam Trap Management Program;” and Dr. James Neale, lecturing on “The Leak Guess-Timator Mark II: Improving the accuracy of air leak rate estimation and other leak management tools.”
Registration is still being accepted although only a few seats remain. To learn more about each presentation and presenter, visit the Ultrasound World IV website at www.uesystems.com/ultrasound_world.asp.
UE Systems is a manufacturer of ultrasonic detection equipment. For over 30 years, they have offered ultrasound technology supported by hardware, software, numerous workshops and custom training programs that educate and certify plant maintenance and ultrasound technology personnel.
For additional information, contact Alan Bandes, vice-president, marketing, UE Systems, 914-592-1220, email@example.com.