Beamex introduces a better way to perform calibrations in a workshop by introducing a new calibration test bench called Beamex CENTRiCAL.
“The new Beamex CENTRiCAL calibration bench reflects the result of decades of experience providing workshop calibration solutions to the industrial process industry,” describes Beamex Sales Director Juha Salimäki. “A standard yet configurable solution, the Beamex CENTRiCAL represents the latest technology which combines ease of use, versatility, ergonomics and provides a better way to perform calibrations in a workshop,” he continues.
The new Beamex CENTRiCAL is easy to configure to suit individual requirements while the standard electrostatic discharge (ESD) protection offers electrical safety measures as a standard. Each CENTRiCAL is supplied with accredited calibration certificates to ensure quality and traceability. The Beamex CENTRiCAL is available with superb ergonomics via motorized height control, or as a fixed height bench. A straight bench as well as corner modules are available to meet user needs. A trolley-based design is also available for mobile solutions.
Why calibrate in a workshop?
Even though process instruments are often calibrated in the field with portable calibration equipment, there are situations when it is more effective and convenient to perform calibrations in a workshop.
For example, during a commissioning phase, it is easier and faster to calibrate the process instruments in a workshop, before installing them into the process. It is also more efficient to calibrate spare devices and rotational spares in a workshop. Better accuracy can also be achieved when the calibration is performed in controlled conditions, using dedicated high-accuracy workshop calibration equipment. In the event of harsh or even dangerous field conditions, calibration in a well-designed workshop with equipment ready for use is ergonomic and practical. Workshop calibration can also compliment field calibration.
Automated and paperless calibration
“Combining the Beamex CENTRiCAL together with software, hardware and calibration expertise form an automated and paperless digital calibration solution. This solution can cut the time spent on calibration by up to 50%. It saves money while at the same time improves the reliability of calibration records,” Mr. Salimäki concludes.