Meggitt, a leading international company specialising in high performance components and sub-systems for aerospace, defence and energy, has been selected by COMAC to supply the Engine Interface Control Unit (EICU) for its C919 aircraft family. The win follows two years of close collaboration during a definition phase between COMAC and Meggitt Sensing Systems, a Meggitt division and leading supplier of advanced condition monitoring, vibration and sensing systems.
Fribourg, Switzerland (June 2010) – Meggitt Sensing Systems announces a new diagnostic and optimization solution, to expand its Vibro-Meter® product line: VibroSight® is a software that monitors all critical parameters of plant equipments.
Endevco, Ferroperm, Vibro-Meter, Sensorex and Wilcoxon Research have been combined into a single Meggitt Sensing Systems division
Fribourg, Switzerland – Meggitt Sensing System’s subsidiary Vibro-Meter SA announces he received a purchase order for one hundred VM600 protection & monitoring systems, to be delivered in 2010 to the giant Manifa offshore oil & gas project. This order for advanced on-line machinery monitoring systems will reach circa $2.5 Mio for Meggitt.
Rugby, Warwickshire –– Meggitt Sensing Systems’ facility in Rugby, UK, a leader in the design and manufacture of ignition systems for gas turbines, petrochemical installations, and industrial burners, has earned ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 recertification after passing two stringent audits. The ISO 9001:2008 quality management standards are recognized throughout the world. ISO 14001:2004 certification is an internationally recognized standard indicating a company has mitigated its environmental risks.
Ferroperm Piezoceramics A/S, Danish manufacturer of piezoceramic components, has been a member of Meggitt's Sensing Systems division since January 2008. Known for its high quality products for sensors and transducers, Ferroperm supplies all standard PZT materials, as well as a number of unique and innovative piezoelectric products for high temperature applications, materials with special acoustic properties, and through its spin off Insensor, also integrated piezoceramic thick films.
Siemens has chosen Vibro-Meter to provide the monitoring system for the SGT5-8000H, the world's most powerful gas turbine with a 340MW simple cycle power output. Our integrated solution includes dynamic pressure sensors (CP), as well as relative and absolute vibration sensors (CA and TQ) and a VM600 protection & condition monitoring system.
Vibro-Meter SA, based in Fribourg (Switzerland) is the second company in Europe to receive Nadcap approval for Electronics Assembly. The Audit was conducted end of May and after the post-audit process the certificate was issued on 16th July.