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Heikki Laurila

Heikki Laurila is the Product Marketing Manager at Beamex. He started working for Beamex in 1988 and during his years at Beamex worked in production, service, calibration laboratory, as quality manager, product manager and product marketing manager. Heikki holds a bachelor's degree in science. Heikki's family consists of himself, his wife and their four children. In his free time, he enjoys playing the guitar.
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Calibration Management and Software [eBook].

Posted by Heikki Laurila on Apr 25, 2022

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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

Automating the calibration management ecosystem

Posted by Heikki Laurila on Dec 01, 2021

Automating the calibration management ecosystem

It’s time to say goodbye to error-prone paper-based calibration!

While the pen might be mightier than the sword, in process industries pen-and-paper based calibration systems are a weak spot that is desperately in need of attention. Automating your calibration ecosystem saves time, reduces the risk of errors, and enables your organization to use calibration data for business benefits.

But what are the steps involved in implementing an automated process, and what support is on offer to help you succeed? Read on to find out.

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Topics: Calibration software

Pressure Calibration [eBook]

Posted by Heikki Laurila on Jun 22, 2021

Beamex pressure ebook cover image

 

In this blog post, we want to share a free educational eBook on Pressure Calibration and other pressure-related topics.

The eBook is titled "Calibration Essential: Pressure" and we have developed it together with Automation.com, a media brand of the International Society of Automation (ISA). 

Some of these articles have been previously posted in the Beamex blog, but now we have collected several pressure-related articles into one handy eBook.

Just give me the free Pressure eBook pdf now! >>

 

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Topics: Pressure calibration

Manual Data Entry Errors

Posted by Heikki Laurila on Mar 25, 2021

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Many businesses still use a lot of manual entry in their industrial processes.

This is despite the fact that it is commonly known and accepted that it is a slow and labor-intensive process and there are always human errors related to manual data entry - Human errors are natural.

It is commonly accepted that the typical error rate in manual data entry is about 1 %.

What does this 1 % mean in practice in calibration processes, and how can you make it smaller, or even get rid of it?

This article mainly focuses on industrial calibration processes and the manual data entry related to these processes.

 

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Topics: Calibration process, Calibration management

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