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CTRL Systems, Inc.


CTRL Systems, Inc. has published these technical articles:

(Nondestructive Testing Equipment)
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A steam radiator system is used to control the temperature to cure the lumber. Steam is pumped through a series of radiators to heat up the kiln to about 360 to 370 degrees. If steam turns into... (View Full Article)
(Nondestructive Testing Equipment)
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When a compressor was failing to generate enough pressure, the maintenance staff would try and clean each of the valves. With eight valves, it took a full shift and several personnel to remove each... (View Full Article)
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A distinct low humming sound could be heard all along the shaft and grew in intensity as the UL101 moved further away from the conveyor and towards the front end of the motor. A new bearing could be... (View Full Article)
(Nondestructive Testing Equipment)
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Results indicated a bad bearing. Projected savings included $3,000 per hour of downtime for two hours.... (View Full Article)
(Nondestructive Testing Equipment)
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When companies begin exploring incorporating ultrasound technology and devices into their preventive maintenance (PM) and predictive maintenance (PdM) programs it can be very confusing for first time... (View Full Article)
(Nondestructive Testing Equipment)
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The Universal Transmitter (UT2000) is placed into the cabin, all hatches are closed up, and the UL101 receiver is used to listen for the strongest ultrasound signal, which indicates the location of a... (View Full Article)
(Nondestructive Testing Equipment)
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Wireless data uploads reduce human factor errors when transferring files; the right files are transferred to the correct folders, every time.... (View Full Article)