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How automated calibration can help service companies be more competitive

Posted by Monica Kruger on Jul 06, 2022

How automated calibration can help service companies be more competitive

Service companies that perform calibrations for the process industries operate in a challenging environment. Not only is there a lot of competition, but contracts for customers are based on estimates, meaning that every additional hour of work directly affects the bottom line. Finding and retaining skilled calibration technicians is also a challenge.

So, what can service companies do to make their quotations more accurate and ensure work is carried out as consistently and efficiently as possible? The answer is to automate the calibration process.

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Stepping on the gas with the UK’s National Grid[Case Story]

Posted by Rita Patel on May 30, 2022

Stepping on the gas with the UK’s National Grid - Beamex blog post

 

Beamex’s automated, paperless calibration solution has helped National Grid streamline its calibration processes and save a huge amount of time and money in the process. In this blog we take a look at what can be achieved with a combination of the right hardware, software, and expertise.

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Topics: Calibration process, Case Story

Calibration Management and Software [eBook].

Posted by Heikki Laurila on Apr 25, 2022

Calibration software ebook Beamex

 

In this blog post, we want to share with you an education eBook focusing on calibration management and calibration software.

This eBook is a handy collection of several software-related articles, some of which have been posted earlier on the Beamex blog.

Just give me the eBook now! >>

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Understanding Pressure Calibrator Accuracy Specifications

Posted by Heikki Laurila on Mar 21, 2022

Understanding pressure calibrator accuracy specifications.

 

Comparing the accuracy specifications of pressure calibrators can be a challenging task because different manufacturers specify accuracy in different ways. This means that you can’t simply compare the numbers given in the specification – you need to understand how these numbers are calculated and what they mean in practice.

In this blog post, I look at the different ways pressure calibrator accuracy specifications are presented, explain what they mean, and compare them, as well as take a brief look at what else you should consider when choosing a pressure calibrator.

 

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Topics: Pressure calibration

How to avoid safety and compliance issues in fine chemicals

Posted by Monica Kruger on Feb 08, 2022

How to avoid safety and compliance issues in fine chemicals

Safety and compliance are non-negotiable in the fine chemicals industry, which produces complex, pure chemical substances such as active pharmaceutical ingredients. Fine chemicals are batch driven, with complicated, multistage processes where accuracy and efficiency are critical. 

In this industry, one of the keys to ensuring both safety and compliance is that measurements taken throughout the production process are accurate, which can be challenging to say the least with paper-based calibration. Paper-based calibration is time consuming and because it relies on manual data entry, prone to errors.

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Topics: Calibration software, Calibration management, Calibration in fine chemicals, Calibration in chemical industry

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Beamex blog provides insightful information for calibration professionals, technical engineers as well as potential and existing Beamex users. The blog posts are written by Beamex’s own calibration and industry experts or by guest writers invited by Beamex.

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