This issue of Calibration World contains interesting articles about getting the most from the HART handheld device, how to calibrate a 10-50mA instrument and how calibration improves sustainability. There is also a case story about Aroona Alliance, Australia, striving for high performance in a zero harm environment.
This spring Beamex has launched the 2nd generation of the MC2-IS intrinsically safe multifunction calibrator. Furthermore, Beamex has launched a product to minimize system integration risks; the Beamex Business Bridge.
Getting the most from the HART handheld device
Read more about HART integration into a plant, how to calibrate a HART transmitter and practical considerations for the HART handheld.
How calibration improves sustainability
Read more about the three pillars of sustainability and how calibration helps to improve sustainability.
Case story: Aroona Alliance, Australia
Aroona Alliance strives for high performance in a zero harm environment. “Calibrators must be accurate, robust, easy to use and allow the calibration of multiple instruments”, Colin Curtin describes.
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