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Features

  • 20 to 100kHz frequency selection
  • Detects 0.005in (0.127 mm) diameter leak
    at 5psi (0.34 bar)
    at a distance of 50ft (15.24m)
  • 3-way meter/auxiliary mode selector
  • Numerically calibrated 10-turn sensitivity dial
  • Rechargeable battery with low level indicator light
  • Anodized aluminum housing
  • 5-year parts/labor warranty

What's in the Box

  • Ultraprobe 2000
  • Scanning module
  • Stethoscope module
  • Stethoscope extension kit
  • Rubber focusing probe
  • Warble tone generator
  • Noise isolating headset for hard hat use
  • NiMH rechargeable battery
  • Zero Halliburton aluminium carrying case
  • Ultrasonic CD training series

The UE Systems Ultraprobe 2000 ultrasonic inspection system's user-friendly features can be adapted to virtually any inspection requirement. Sensitive only to ultrasonic frequencies, the Ultraprobe 2000 will not respond to the low frequency noises often associated with most plant equipment, enabling the user to tune into problem sounds while minimizing background interference. The meter can heterodyne ultrasound into audible range providing accurate sound reproduction.

Frequency tuning allows the operator to select the specific frequency of a problem sound while reducing interference from competing ultrasonic signals. The bi-modal meter switch has both logarithmic metering and linear mode functions. Logarithmic metering provides real-time response for enhanced leak and fault detection. Linear mode provides a slow, averaging response to stabilize readings for bearing and mechanical monitoring. The 10-turn sensitivity adjust dial provides a wide dynamic sensitivity range.

The Ultraprobe 2000 enables three modes of data reporting: through auditory channels via a headset that has been specifically selected for heavy duty industrial use, through a bi-modal analog meter, and through the ability to interface with vibration analyzers and sound recording devices via heterodyned output.

The system can help reduce unplanned downtime, shorten planned outage time, diagnose equipment problems quickly, allow just one person to quickly test equipment in an entire section, and create more efficient scheduling of routine preventative maintenance procedures.

Ultraprobe 2000 Ultrasonic Inspection System Applications

  • Bearings
  • Gear boxes
  • Line blockage
  • Steam traps
  • Valves
  • Compressors
  • Motors
  • Pipes
  • Flow direction
  • Underground leaks
  • Vacuum leaks
  • Welds
  • Substations
  • Heat exchangers
  • Seals
  • Pumps
  • Tanks
  • Air brakes
  • Gaskets
  • Pressure leaks
  • Electrical arc
  • Air infiltration from caulking
  • Wind noise
  • Junction boxes