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beko may 17The main reasons for this are to ensure the reliability of the instrument, that it can be trusted. To determine the accuracy of the instrument and to ensure the readings are consistent with other measurements.

Considering the costs arising from legal action for damages that might be filed against you, the expenses for proper calibration and adjustment are minor in comparison. Companies who take their responsibility seriously and wish to establish long-term business relationships therefore need to calibrate their equipment regularly. It could also void your warranty if your instrument is not calibrated.

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beko may 17 1The METPOINT FLM flow meter measures the compressed air volume flow, which is the basis for accurate consumption analyses for cost reduction and effective energy management. METPOINT FLM sensors reliably detect leakage, overloads and malfunctions. Based on the analysis of the sensor data, the components of the compressed air system can be adjusted for optimum efficiency.

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beko april 16 1BEKO TECHNOLOGIES can now measure compressed air to ISO 8573-1 class 1 of the ISO standards. This is extremely important for industries such as food & beverage, pharmaceutical, medical, automotive and many more. BEKO TECHNOLOGIES have a portable test rig which comprises of the following four components:-

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beko april 2016 1For the last few years BEKO TECHNOLOGIES have been consolidating their position as the leading provider of solutions for treatment of compressed air and condensate. At the same time a number of innovative measuring devices have been brought to market such as the METPOINT OCV which is the best way for companies who require the highest levels of “oil free compressed air” to continuously measure the remaining oil vapour content.

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beko mar 1 16Martin Potter, general manager of BEKO TECHNOLOGIES has been elected by a ballot of the committee members as the new chairman for the Air Treatment and Applications Committee (formerly PCAT committee).

The British Compressed Air Society was founded in 1930 at the instigation of the British Government. It is the only UK Technical Trade Association open to manufacturers, distributors and end users of compressed air products, portable air compressors and services.

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