The Calibrationhouse (stand A12), which provides an accredited calibration service for electronic, optical and dimensional test equipment, will be at the EBME Expo for the first time.
The move follows the Calibrationhouse’s rebranding and involvement in EBME comes as it continues to develop its capabilities across an extensive range of medical electrical safety testers, defibrillator analysers, ventilators testers, electrosurgical analysers, and patient simulators. This includes an expansion of activities as demand for flexible calibration capabilities, which cover a broad range of test and measurement equipment, increases. This sees light meters and UV meters added to the range of other high spec instrumentation already included in the firm’s calibration service.
Gregg Brown, commercial manager sales at the Seaward Group, said: “Attendance at the industry leading EBME Expo reflects strong investment in our calibration service and expertise. Visitors to the event will see the value we can add to current operations through our trustworthy and onsite services, that ensures a rapid turnaround time for test equipment within clinical engineering departments.”
Also showing at EBME as part of the Seaward Group will be a selection of Rigel Medical’s electrical safety analysers and vital signs simulators (stand BO3). These provide accurate solutions for testing medical devices for functionality and electrical safety to manufacturers’ specifications or to internationally accepted standards and guidelines: including BS EN 62353 and BS EN 60601-1.
The Rigel 288 Plus provides faster and safer testing of medical devices and installed equipment in hospitals and healthcare facilities. The PULS-R, an Sp02 simulation finger that when combined with the hand-held UNI-SIM simulator provides the world’s smallest all-in-one vital signs solution, will feature.
Calibrationhouse is accredited to ISO9001:2015 and ISO17025:2017‚ with service, calibration and repairs of all types of electronic equipment being undertaken with assured traceability to national UKAS standards.
More at www.calibrationhouse.com