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Sensonics expands calibration & site support services

Published:  05 May, 2021

SENSONICS is one of the UK’s leading suppliers of turbine supervisory and high integrity protection equipment to industry. This position has been established thanks to over 40 years of experience in providing vibration, position and speed instrumentation solutions. The company says it is now delighted to confirm the expansion of its service offerings supported by important investment which helps it to meet the growing and changing requirements of its customers.

Sensonics says it has always recommended that critical sensing and protection equipment is maintained and calibrated annually to meet accuracy and efficiency demands whilst also following industry best practice. Return to base calibration services have always been offered for its sensors and systems yet it recognises that flexibility in meeting this best practice is vital to customers. It is not always easy to dismantle and return critical monitoring equipment and that outage planning is complex and variable.

Its expanded on-site calibration services include experienced site engineers backed up by UK manufacturing and specialised engineering resources. Calibration of vibration sensors and proximity probes is a service it offers on-site and this can be extended to confirm the accuracy and alarm functionality of the complete measurement loop.

Where sensors and monitoring equipment require separate calibration, it can provide signal injection methods to confirm the monitoring equipment in-situ and with UKAS traceable calibrations in its laboratory. Fast turnarounds are also available on request along with upgrades and refurbishment services for obsolete equipment.

Sensonics specialises in providing sensing systems for monitoring the dynamics of turbines, pumps, fans, compressors and motors. All equipment is designed and manufactured in the UK and therefore its site calibration team have a wealth of expertise to fall back on to support  maintenance requirements and to minimise downtime. 

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