Beamex Blog for Calibration Professionals | Calibration process

Working workshop wonders with Endress+Hauser [Case Story]

Posted by Tiffany Rankin on Oct 19, 2022

 

Equipping a full-service calibration workshop for Endress+Hauser in Canada

A customized Beamex solution including hardware and software sits at the heart of Endress+Hauser’s state-of-the-art Customer Experience Centre in Ontario. In this short blog we explore the critical role Beamex solutions are playing as part of the center’s full-service calibration laboratory.

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Topics: Workshop calibration, Calibration, Calibration process, Case Story

What is operational excellence and how can calibration help achieve it?

Posted by Heikki Laurila on Aug 31, 2022

What is operational excellence?

In this article, we’re going to take a closer look at a topic that’s talked about a lot but isn’t always that clear: operational excellence. We’ll briefly discuss the history of the concept, what it means in practice, and how it applies to process industries – including the many benefits it can unlock. We’ll also set out how calibration can play a role in enabling operational excellence in your process industry plants. Read on to find out more.

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Topics: Calibration, Calibration process, Digitalization, Operational Excellence

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 - transition from paper-based to digital

Posted by Tiffany Rankin on Jan 11, 2022

Calibration management - transition from paper-based to digital - Beamex blog article

 

A Tale of Three Steves

Stephen Jerge, Calibration Supervisor for Lonza Biologics, a multinational chemical and biotechnology company, recently walked attendees of the Beamex Annual Calibration Exchange (ACE) through the project he headed to transition from a paper-based calibration management system (CMS) to an integrated, digital, paperless solution using Beamex CMX. Steve has over 30 years of calibration experience in the telecommunication and pharmaceutical industries.

Over the last 3 years, his primary focus has been contributing to Lonza’s global paperless SAP/CMX integrated solution through implementation, training, and supporting calibration operations and expansion projects.

Watch the presentation video recording now!

In this blog post, we’ll share The Tale of Three Steve’s as we follow his journey from 2017 Steve, a stressed-out, overworked supervisor; to 2019 Steve as he underwent the rollout of a new, automated system; to Steve 2021, whose focus is on continuous improvement.

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Topics: Beamex MC6, Calibration process, Calibration software, CMX, Data Integrity, Calibration management

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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