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CTRL Systems, Inc.

CTRL Systems, Inc. designs ultrasound technologies and implementation programs for energy savings and condition-based monitoring applications. CTRL's programs are supported by comprehensive training, data capture equipment, online graphing & trending software and ultrasound sensors.

CTRL has the distinct pleasure of supporting NASA’s International Space Station, Lukoil, Boeing, Tyco Electronics and all branches of the U.S. military.

Products & Services

UL101 – hand-held ultrasound detector (all kits contain the UL101)
Air Audit Kit - air leak detection and energy savings
Full Kit - condition-based monitoring and predictive maintenance
Corona Kit- electrical arcing and corona discharge

SoundCTRL – ultrasound data capture device
Sound CTRL captures ultrasound readings from the UL101 and plays back an audio/visual recording of the component under test for real-time data capture and analysis. It also calculates the root mean squared amplitude and displays anomaly indicators.

InCTRL – online ultrasound trending and reporting software
InCTRL organizes, trends, and graphs ultrasound readings captured by SoundCTRL and the UL101. This online software has built-in call-to-action emails for failing components. InCTRL is web-based giving users access to data points anytime, anywhere.

Training & Integration
CTRL provides all levels of training from full program implementation to half-day quick start programs.

CTRL Systems, Inc.Ultrasound Applications

  • Predictive Maintenance / Condition-based Monitoring
  • Energy Savings
  • Leak Detection
  • Integrity Testing
  • Steam Trap Assessment
  • Critical Valve Diagnostics
  • Electrical Arcing and Corona Discharge





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Technical Articles

Steam Trap Assessment using Ultrasound (Nondestructive Testing Equipment) 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)
Using Ultrasound Diagnositcs on a Compressor at a Power Plant (Nondestructive Testing Equipment) 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)