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Heikki Laurila

Heikki Laurila is Product Marketing Manager at Beamex Oy Ab. He started working for Beamex in 1988 and has, during his years at Beamex, worked in production, the service department, the calibration laboratory, as quality manager, as product manager and as product marketing manager. Heikki has a Bachelor’s degree in Science. Heikki's family consists of himself, his wife and their four children. In his spare time he enjoys playing the guitar.
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Temperature Calibration Webinars

Posted by Heikki Laurila on Sep 23, 2020

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We have recently done two webinars on temperature calibration; one was done by Beamex, Inc. in USA and the other by Beamex Ltd in UK.

As both webinars discuss temperature calibration, we will share both of them here in the same blog post.

I have done a table of content for both webinars so you can easily see what is included and can jump quickly to the interesting point.

Both webinars include a Live Demo session, demonstrating a fully automatic calibration of temperature sensor.

You can find free webinar recordings and info on upcoming webinars on our webinars page.

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Topics: Temperature calibration

Sanitary temperature sensor calibration

Posted by Heikki Laurila on Jun 23, 2020

Sanitary temperature sensor calibration - a Beamex blog post

 

Sanitary temperature sensors are commonly used in many industries, such as Food and Beverage, Dairy, Pharmaceutical and Life-science. In this post I will take a look at what these sanitary temperature sensors are and how they differ from common temperature sensors.

The calibration of sanitary sensors is different and way more difficult than calibrating normal temperature sensors. In this blog post, I will be discussing the considerations that should be taken into account when calibrating these sensors; it is easy to make mistakes that will cause big errors in the calibration results.

So if you are calibrating sanitary temperature sensors, you should take a look at this blog post.

Sure, there is also some educational content for everybody interested in temperature calibration.

Let's dive in!

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Topics: Temperature calibration

Future calibration trends by calibration experts in the pharmaceutical industry

Posted by Heikki Laurila on May 07, 2020

Future calibration trends by calibration experts in the pharmaceutical industry

 

We regularly organize user group meetings for our pharmaceutical customers. During a recent meeting, we interviewed some of these pharmaceutical calibration experts on future calibration trends, and we wanted to share the result with you.

In this article, you can read what these calibration experts from the world’s top pharmaceutical companies think about calibration challenges, future trends and other calibration related topics.

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Pressure Switch Calibration

Posted by Heikki Laurila on Mar 30, 2020

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Pressure switches are very common instruments in the process industry, and various kinds of pressure switches are available. Like many instruments, pressure switches need to be calibrated to ensure their accuracy and reliability. Switches are a bit more difficult to calibrate than transmitters. The wrong kind of calibration can cause many errors in the calibration result. In this article, we will look at how to properly calibrate pressure switches.

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Topics: Pressure calibration, Pressure switch

Temperature Calibration [eBook]

Posted by Heikki Laurila on Feb 19, 2020

Beamex calibration essentials - temperature ebook

 

In this blog post we want to share with you an educational eBook focusing on temperature calibration and other temperature related topics.

Some of these articles have been already earlier posted in Beamex blog, but now several temperature related resources have been collected into one free handy eBook.

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Topics: Temperature calibration

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