An Efficient Calibration Process is Automated and Paperless

PIETARSAARI, Finland -- Every plant has a process on site for performing and managing calibrations, but there can be many different types of calibration process and they vary in terms of quality, efficiency and productiveness.

The calibration process starts from the planning and scheduling of the calibration work and includes the performing of calibrations as well as the documentation of results. An efficient calibration process saves time, automates procedures, is cost-efficient and assures that the results are reliable. The best-in-class calibration processes are integrated, automated and paperless. This is the key message in Beamex's global "Calibrations Under Control" marketing campaign. Jan-Henrik Svensson, VP Marketing & Sales of Beamex Group explains, "We are not just offering a product or even a set of products and services - what we are actually offering is a new process of performing and managing calibrations in a way that provides efficiency and quality improvements as well as cost savings".

Beamex ICS, the integrated calibration solution which constitutes the heart of this marketing campaign, is unique compared to any other calibration system due to its seamless communication between calibrators and calibration software, the possibility to integrate it into a maintenance management system (ERP/CMMS), the multifunctional calibrators that can perform automated calibrations fast and efficiently and the calibration software that allows smart analysis and management of all calibration data.

The microsite explains the benefits of an automated and paperless calibration process as well as including an online test for testing the efficiency of a plant's current calibration process.

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