17 Dec 2018
The launch of our highly anticipated APT product got off to a flying start with many diverse orders, and approaching 2,000 units have been ordered in the first six months of release. In addition, we have launched our redeveloped VPM display. This small
05 Nov 2018
Over 20 years ago PSM supplied the Belgian vessel, the MV Pompei, with our sensors. Now all these years later, the ship owner has been so delighted with the longevity of the sensors, they requested an upgrade to our full digital package.
20 Sep 2018
One of our most innovative recent project wins came from developing and supplying a detection and control system for monitoring and warning of water entry into the dry area compartments of floating wind turbine platforms.
28 Aug 2018
Our VPM 4310 has recently been redeveloped and updated to form part of a package that will provide a simple, yet powerful, stand-alone tank gauging system for smaller vessels.
27 Jul 2018
We are delighted to announce that our highly anticipated new products, the cost-effective Analogue Programmable Transmitters (APT) are now fully certified and have both received Type Approval and Intrinsic Safety Approval. They are also IECEx and ATEX a
26 May 2018
We recently worked closely with Cammell Laird on their £49.5m refit of the Royal Fleet Auxilary (RFA) combined fleet supply ship, RFA Fort Victoria, one of the largest vessels operated by the British Ministry of Defence at 31,000 tonnes.
26 Apr 2018
Ballast water is an essential component of ship operations in steel hulled vessels, with larger vessels requiring thousands of cubic metres litres of water to maintain stability and manoeuvrability.
01 Mar 2018
We are delighted to announce that our latest products, the Analogue Pressure Transmitters (APT), have both received Marine Type Approval from DNV/GL.
05 Feb 2018
As part of the Scanjet Group, who are recognised as global market leaders in tank cleaning and ventilating solutions, we are able to offer an unrivalled range of intelligent tank management systems for the marine industry, from a single ‘in-house’ sou