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Prestigious Naval Project Win in Canada

We are delighted to announce that, working closely with our Canadian agent BEP Bestobell, we have secured an instrumentation order for the newbuild Joint Support Ship being built by Seaspan shipyard for the Royal Canadian Navy.

This is the first of two such vessels being constructed for the Royal Canadian Navy, the delivery of the first is scheduled for 2023.

With a length of 173.7 metres and a breadth of 24 metres, this multi-purpose Naval Vessel will be the largest ever constructed in Canada, and has a significant instrumentation requirement with more than 140 level & pressure transmitters, more than 30 flood detection switches, and associated termination modules. We are also expecting a future order for all tank level alarm switches.

The level transmitters we have supplied are our latest generation APT1000 configurable transmitters, which we have already equipped on a number of other Naval Vessel projects to great success. The APT1000 is manufactured from a choice of corrosion resistant materials, is capable of withstanding the toughest operating conditions, and is certified according to ATEX and IECEx regulations for installation in hazardous areas, making it the idea choice for this type of vessel.


PSM Strengthens Presence in Egypt’s Tug Boat Market with New Tank Gauging Systems

We are pleased to announce the recent supply of tank gauging systems for a further six newbuild tug boat projects in Egypt. This builds upon our previous successes in the region and reaffirms the suitability of PSM's solutions for tug ...

PSM Hosts Successful Online Partner Training on Hydrostatic Transmitters

We are pleased to announce the successful completion of the third session in our series of online interactive partner training sessions. The session, which focused on our range of hydrostatic transmitters, was attended by more than 50 individuals from agents ...

Reliable Water Level Monitoring for the Medway Tunnel

For 28 years, the Medway Tunnel, underneath the River Medway, which connects the towns of Chatham and Strood in Kent, England, has relied on accurate water level monitoring to guarantee a safe passage for over 40,000 vehicles per day. The ...