Why you should use calibration software

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By removing all the manual steps in the workflow, and eliminating all the paper from the dataflow, the plant has realized a documented time savings from 70%, even up to 75% in some cases, on calibrating pressure transmitters and pressure switches.

Faran Rolingson, Senior Control Engineer, Alabama Power
A documenting calibrator helps you go paperless

Save time

Traditional, paper-based calibration processes require 7 steps from start to finish–typically a very time consuming process.

The paperless Beamex integrated calibration solution cuts the steps required to perform and document calibrations down to only 4.

This capability saves time and maximizes efficiency, without sacrificing quality.

Analyze results and make process improvements

When you use a paperless documentation system, it saves time, minimizes the risk of errors and securely stores your data, as well as provides you the possibility to analyze the results to determine the optimal calibration interval. Paperless records provide a path for post calibration data analytics hat would be practically impossible with paper records. In Beamex’s CMX calibration software, this can be done using the history trend function.

Analyzing your data gives you the information you need to make smart decisions and set the best calibration intervals.

Minimize the risk of errors and secure data integrity

When using a traditional paper based or manual entry data storage system, the integrity of the data is not always reliable. There is much opportunity for errors–including transcribing mistakes, typos, misinterpretation, legibility issues and more. Sometimes users may inappropriately modify the results data due to work pressures or a lack of time or resources.

When the process becomes paperless, the possibility of manual entry mishaps are eliminated.

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