We are pleased to announce that Phil Knox has successfully completed his probation before the 6th month mark.
Phil will continue his employment as one of our support engineers and will personally oversee all densitometer works scheduled for this year & beyond.
Please be advised that this event is now cancelled.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused as a result of this.
One of support engineers is pictured below investigating a 4″ Endress & Hauser coriolis meter with an endoscope.
Many of our clients opt for this procedure to determine the condition of their meters prior to as found calibrations or for report/audit purposes.
Meters are checked for LSA levels and are then cleaned with kerosene and specially designed CSFB tools before the endoscope can be inserted to assess and record the state of the thin wall tubes.
In some cases where scale is discovered we can record before and after descaling works which can be useful if undertaking density/mass flow miss-measurements caused by scale build-up on the tube walls.
All calibration facilities insist on flow meters being decontaminated before being allowed on the test rig.
Typically, FisCal can conduct a full clean and check within a day, with a report and imagery to follow upon completion if required.