Optical Projector Servicing | Milton Keynes, UK

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Optical Projector Services Milton Keynes, UK

OPTICAL PROJECTOR SERVICES IN MILTON KEYNES, UK

We supply a very competitive service and calibration to existing and to new customers, all calibration equipment is fully ukas calibrated, we offer many different services from sales, contract services and calibration from 3 or 5 years, recalibration, sales of spare parts or new/used machines, hiring of projectors. Over the years we have gained some global customers which we still visit on a regular basis.

Calibration

We can recalibrate your optical shadowgraph, we use glass rules with either metric or imperial sizes on them, they vary in lengths from 50mm to 300mm or 2” to 12” they are all calibrated by a UKAS certified company.

Why is it important:

Without calibration you do not have a recognized method of ensuring that the equipment used during these tests is precise. You may call installations that are perfectly fine or more importantly you may issue pass certificate on an installation that should’ve failed and could possibly be dangerous.
Proper instrument calibration ensures that test results most accurately represent the values of samples. Knowing the calibration process will help clarify the role that it plays, and to determine when it should be performed.

Calibration Procedures and Facilities
In addition, our standard procedures and facilities ensure that your instrument is calibrated and serviced to the ultimate level of detail:
 All storage, assembly, service and calibration areas are protected against static electricity, minimising risk of pcb damage by handling and storage
 All pcbs are subjected to temperature testing in our dedicated environmental chamber to highlight any weakness
 All calibration equipment is itself recalibrated regularly by the manufacturer as appropriate, but in addition, we carry out frequent checks of all key equipment against secondary standards, ensuring that calibration accuracy can be guaranteed.

Instrument calibration is one of the primary processes used to maintain instrument accuracy. Calibration is the process of configuring an instrument to provide a result for a sample within an acceptable range. Removing or minimizing factors that cause inaccurate measurements is a fundamental aspect of instrumentation design.
Calibrations are performed using only a few calibrators to establish the correlation at specific points within the instrument’s operating range. While it might be desirable to use many of calibrators to establish the calibration relationship, or “curve”, the time and labor associated with preparing and testing many calibrators might outweigh the resulting level of performance.
What sets us apart Why is it important:
Without calibration you do not have a recognized method of ensuring that the equipment used during these tests is precise. You may call installations that are perfectly fine or more importantly you may issue pass certificate on an installation that should’ve failed and could possibly be dangerous.
Proper instrument calibration ensures that test results most accurately represent the values of samples. Knowing the calibration process will help clarify the role that it plays, and to determine when it should be performed.

Calibration Procedures and Facilities
In addition, our standard procedures and facilities ensure that your instrument is calibrated and serviced to the ultimate level of detail:
  • All storage, assembly, service and calibration areas are protected against static electricity, minimising risk of pcb damage by handling and storage
  • All pcbs are subjected to temperature testing in our dedicated environmental chamber to highlight any weakness
  • All calibration equipment is itself recalibrated regularly by the manufacturer as appropriate, but in addition, we carry out frequent checks of all key equipment against secondary standards, ensuring that calibration accuracy can be guaranteed.

Instrument calibration is one of the primary processes used to maintain instrument accuracy. Calibration is the process of configuring an instrument to provide a result for a sample within an acceptable range. Removing or minimizing factors that cause inaccurate measurements is a fundamental aspect of instrumentation design.
Calibrations are performed using only a few calibrators to establish the correlation at specific points within the instrument’s operating range. While it might be desirable to use many of calibrators to establish the calibration relationship, or “curve”, the time and labor associated with preparing and testing many calibrators might outweigh the resulting level of performance.

What sets us apart
  • Comprehensive calibration portfolio
  • Extensive experience and expertise gained from over a high amount of calibrations a year
  • Highly accurate test results with low measurement uncertainty
  • Large number of measuring points to cover the entire force and measurement ranges
  • Inspection of all materials testing machines and instruments as part of calibration
  • Adjustment where required free of charge
  • Fast, flexible service provided by our many expert service technicians
  • Calibration of testing systems made by other manufacturers
  • Neutrality, efficiency, and accuracy

Comprehensive calibration portfolio
• Extensive experience and expertise gained from over a high amount of calibrations a year
• Highly accurate test results with low measurement uncertainty
• Large number of measuring points to cover the entire force and measurement ranges
• Inspection of all materials testing machines and instruments as part of calibration
• Adjustment where required free of charge
• Fast, flexible service provided by our many expert service technicians
• Calibration of testing systems made by other manufacturers
• Neutrality, efficiency, and accuracy

Servicing

We give a very unique service with the fact the pare we hold are for new or old some are very old, we clean down the projectors to remove any oil or grime, then we check the work stage movement by lubrication with 3in1 oil, all-glass screens, stageglass, lenses, and mirrors are cleaned with a special liquid and cloths,

Sales

We sell used new parts ie glass screens, mirrors, lenses for all the manufactures, plus other spare parts on manufactures, we also sell new and used optical projectors from many manufactures off all sizes of shapes.

List of profile projectors we can supply

R14, R400,sm20,R600,R550,R770,PJ-300,PJ-3000,PJ-a3000,PJ-250,V12,V16,V14,6c,HB400,HE350,VF600,HF500,HF750, plus others.

Hiring of projectors

we offer a hire service to new or old customers, with a wide range of optical projectors in stock we can supply the correct projector, the length of hire can be from a month to year and even include a buy at end option,

Service Contract

We offer our customers or new customers a chance to save money over a long period by offering a contract of length that suits them, this offers money to save and they don’t have to worry about sorting quotes out.

Breakdown

When a customer or new customer get in touch with us and they have a problem with their optical projector we find out the extent of the problem and with the wide range of spare parts we hold we can be on-site to sort the problem as soon as possible to help a customer out,

Fitting Readout + scales

We offer a service to either fit new readout to an optical projector or upgrade what the customer has, this may be to enable them to measure a component or upgrade the basic x-y readout they have to a geometric, scales are fitted in different sizes depending on the size of movement this is only carried out when fitting a new readout or if fault with scale has happened, all work can be carried out on-site or in some cases it is required to do on our site,

Calibration
Servicing (on or off site)
Sales (new or old)
Higher of old or new machines
Service Contracts
Rebuild (on or off site)
Breakdowns
Fitting Readout Counters + Scales ( on or off site)
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