- Angled holes for probes with large heads and also enable the probes’ sensors to be closer together which will reduce the radial uncertainty contribution.
- The threaded bar has equally spaced horizontal holes through it and pins that enable the immersion depth to be changed quickly and simply even if the insert is loaded with probes.
- The base of the insert has small diameter holes through drilled into the probe holes so that the probe holes can be drained of liquid without having to invert the insert when it is removed.
Benrhos can help design and produce accessories for calibration laboratories such as the aluminium insert for a Fluke liquid calibration bath shown below. Most materials can be machined including deep hole drilling of metals such as nickel alloys and Fecralloy. Inserts for Isotech, Ametek and Fluke baths can be supplied to the customer's requirements at a competitive price.
The bath insert example above has:
We have been working on simplifying the condition monitoring of fridges and freezers; with just a few non-intrusive measurements plus a calculation we can alarm the conditions shown below based on a tolerance of say being above 150% or below 30%.
The alarm could be simply displayed or sounded locally with the option of exporting it to a monitoring system if required. As it is so simple and non-intrusive it has the potential of being extremely cost effective. Contact: email@example.com
DATE: 1 day course on 28th November 2018. Times 0915hrs to 1630hrs.
VENUE: Rotronic Ltd, Crawley, Sussex RH10 9EE
FEE: £ 285 + VAT.
ISO/IEC 17025:2017 ‘General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories’ was published at the end of last year. All accredited laboratories are required to transition to the new standard by 1st Dec 2020 and UKAS will assess all laboratories to the new standard as from 1st January 2019.
Our seminar will help you to understand and implement the changes from the 2005 edition of ISO/IEC 17025 standard, to the 2017 edition; getting from where you are, providing a gap analysis of where you are to where you need to be.
We will cover the key changes in the new standard and discuss the cross-over with ISO 9001 (the two Management System Routes), taking into account some important changes relating to risks and opportunities and clarification on the decision rules associated with uncertainty and tolerance. Just 8 places available for this course so we can meet your needs.
What are the benefits?
This seminar will benefit those who are already familiar with the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025:2005, but are looking to better understand the changes that have been made, and how they will affect their organisation.
This seminar will give delegates an awareness of the revised structure of ISO/IEC 17025:2017 and its role as a framework for demonstrating competence.
A detailed ‘Gap Analysis’ Check Sheet will be provided which can be used to demonstrate to Accreditation Bodies that the Laboratory has considered all changes in a cost effective manner and assist the laboratory in applying to UKAS in transitioning to the new standard.
Tim Alcock, the presenter, will explain the rationale behind the changes, their impact and ideas for demonstrating compliance as well as outlining the transitioning process and required timelines enabling participants to create their own gap assessments and plan their own implementation strategy.
Meet Tim – The trainer
Tim Alcock is a consultant in the field of quality management/improvement with extensive experience as a practitioner, manager, trainer, auditor and consultant spanning over 30 years. He specialises in the application of management systems in Testing and Calibration Laboratories and Inspection bodies in the areas of ISO/IEC 17025/17020 and ISO 15189 as well as assisting organisations achieve ISO 9001 certification. Tim is conversant in the associated subjects of measurement uncertainty, system analysis and statistical process control.
Full details available from Dave Ayres by email or phone below.
The course is jointly run by Qualimetric and Benrhos, with the kind help of Rotronic Instruments Ltd. If time allows there will be a chance to see Rotronic’s state of the art humidity and temperature UKAS accredited calibration laboratories.
Office : 01341 440 649
Benrhos has developed a translation connector box that can read just about any type of digital sensor and translate it then transmit the information over long distances that, for example I2C, cannot achieve.
Benrhos supplied the thermometers used to measure the hot plates and the cooking temperature of the mix for the Guinness Book record attempt for the biggest Welsh Cake in Bala on St David’s day.http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-north-west-wales-26407784