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Ultrasound and infrared technologies are a perfect match when conducting inspections of energized electrical equipment. At any voltage, thermal anomalies and sources of ultrasound such as tracking and arcing can occur. Corona can also occur at 1000 volts and greater. Any of these conditions threaten the reliability of the equipment being inspected.
Typical electrical components that can be inspected with ultrasound and infrared include switchgear, load interrupter switches, breakers, transformers, motor control centers, and terminal transition cabinets. This presentation will provide aid in the proper diagnosis of the condition heard. Recorded ultrasound examples will be played in both FFT and time waveform in a spectrum analysis software so that you will leave better equipped to diagnose anomalies.
How using both ultrasound and infrared together for electrical inspections can allow for more problems to be found sooner
Increase safety when using ultrasound to scan enclosed electrical gear prior to opening for further inspection
Hear what corona, tracking, and arcing sound like when performing an ultrasonic inspection
How to properly diagnose electrical anomalies
About the Presenter
Adrian Messer is the manager of US operations for UE Systems, Inc. For more than a decade, Adrian has been helping facilities around the country transform their reliability programs by successfully implementing ultrasound technology for condition monitoring and energy conservation applications. As a subject matter expert on ultrasound technology and implementation of best practices, Mr. Messer has been a featured speaker at many industry events. He is a graduate of Clemson University and maintains close ties to the university, assisting current students in a mentorship program through the College of Business & Behavioral Scie
About the Author
Adrian MesserManager of US Operations, UE Systems
Adrian Messer is the Manager of US Operations for UE Systems, Inc. For more than a decade, Adrian has been helping facilities around the country transform their reliability programs by successfully implementing Ultrasound technology for condition monitoring and energy conservation applications. As a subject matter expert on Ultrasound technology and implementation best practices, Mr. Messer has been a featured speaker at many industry events. He is a graduate of Clemson University and maintains close ties to the University assisting current students in a mentorship program through the College of Business & Behavioral Science. Adrian is a Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional (CMRP) through the Society of Maintenance & Reliability Professionals (SMRP), and he is also a charter member of Carolina’s Chapter of SMRP and the current interim Chairman of the chapter.