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What is the percentage of ultrasound & infrared inspectors (users) who perform ultrasound inspection of doors, door seams, windows, etc..before opening. Would you say, 10%, 15%? Or, is that too high or too low? What say You? 4 Responses

I started a "Polling Campaign" to find out how many electrical inspectors (IR, UT, Techs) use ultrasound. Over the next few weeks, I will resend past Ultrasonic War Stories regarding electrical inspection.
I will also be publishing an article in UPTIME Reliability Magazine as well in the upcoming months, again to bring to the forefront Ultrasonic Electrical Inspection as an application and not just a passing thought, but as an application worthy of your inspection time.
What I mean by this, is many electrical inspectors still only in passing pickup the ultrasound receiver. More as a gesture either before or after electrical panels have been accessed. This is an "application" that is needed to be performed.
Ultrasonic War Stories is a free bi-weekly newsletter. Lighthearted but "informative" stories regarding the use of airborne ultrasound. Stories from my 25 years of sales and training (both UE Systems & SDT) in the use of airborne ultrasound for predictive/preventative maintenance. You can register for this newsletter at www.ultra-soundtech.com.

What is the percentage of ultrasound & infrared inspectors (users) who perform ultrasound inspection of doors, door seams, windows, etc..before opening. Would you say, 10%, 15%? Or, is that too high or too low? What say You?

I started a "Polling Campaign" to find out how many electrical inspectors (IR, UT, Techs) use ultrasound. Over the next few weeks, I will resend past Ultrasonic War Stories regarding electrical inspection.
I will also be publishing an article in UPTIME Reliability Magazine as well in the upcoming months, again to bring to the forefront Ultrasonic Electrical Inspection as an application and not just a passing thought, but as an application worthy of your inspection time.
What I mean by this, is many electrical inspectors still only in passing pickup the ultrasound receiver. More as a gesture either before or after electrical panels have been accessed. This is an "application" that is needed to be performed.
Ultrasonic War Stories is a free bi-weekly newsletter. Lighthearted but "informative" stories regarding the use of airborne ultrasound. Stories from my 25 years of sales and training (both UE Systems & SDT) in the use of airborne ultrasound for predictive/preventative maintenance. You can register for this newsletter at www.ultra-soundtech.com.
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