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Vitech Reliability releases the first portable ultrasonic inspection instrument for predictive maintenance

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article image SDT270 portable ultrasonic inspection instrument for predictive maintenance

From SDT Ultrasound Systems is the SDT270, the first portable ultrasonic inspection instrument designed for predictive maintenance, and is now available from Vitech Reliability .

This unit is designed to various applications including defective bearings, MCC panel faults, pump cavitation, condenser leaks, steam leaks and water leaks.

Key features of the portable ultrasonic inspection includes:

  • Powerful ultrasound for PdM professionals
  • Accurate and comparable wave files
  • Remote support and training
  • Two channel inputs
  • SDT270 ATEX Certified
  • "Building Blocks" concept adds flexibility
  • Ultranalysis™ Suite
  • Ability to choose and customise platforms
  • SDT Ultrasound Certification Training
Pioneer in predictive maintenance applications
The SDT270 is the first ultrasonic inspection instrument designed for predictive maintenance that has both built-in temperature measurement and laser tachometer, and the first to incorporate a mini SQL database.

It is the first ultrasonic inspection instrument to record ultrasound wave files with True Amplitude, making it possible to maintain a database of accurate sound files.

The SDT270 is also the first portable ultrasound instrument for PdM that can be connected to any web-enabled PC to allow live interaction from ultrasound experts for the purposes of training, trouble-shooting, updating and sharing ultrasound data.

Vitech Reliability sees training as the foundation of an effective and long lasting ultrasound programme. Certified training is offered in both public and private settings. Private classes are held on-site and the Instructor can address issues specific to each facility.  

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