We are pleased to announce that members of the CoMech team will be partaking in the KAPOW! Superhero Challenge on September 1 for Treetops Hospice Care.Full Article
Norbar have released a new phase of torque checkers and we are very pleased to announce that we will be supplying them to our valued customers from August 1.Full Article
In the last of our metrology explanative articles, we will be diving into the subject of traceability and how it fares regarding metrology and our practices.Full Article
CoMech Metrology are launching a new YouTube series about their in-house and cloud-based asset management system.Full Article
In our previous articles, we have explained what metrology is and how it is used regarding the SI units and how we use tensile machines to carry out force testing and calibration.Full Article
In our previous article ‘How is Metrology Used?’, we explained how metrology is applied regarding calibration with the associated procedures.Full Article
In our previous articles, we explained what metrology is and how the SI units come into play. In case you missed them, we explained that metrology is essentially the science of measurement, while the SI units are the defined units of measurement within the metric system we use.Full Article
After months of planning and preparation, CoMech attended the bi-annual Railtex exhibition at the NEC last week.Full Article
World Metrology Day has returned, to mark the anniversary of the signing of the Metre Convention on this day in 1875.Full Article
With Railtex officially less than a week away, we are in the final stages of preparation.Full Article
The transport infrastructure is at the beating heart of Britain, and the heritage of the tramway is embroiled in its rich tapestry.Full Article
In this article, we delve deeper into metrology regarding the defined SI units, the upcoming redefinition and what it means for CoMech.Full Article
You probably know more about metrology than you think. Not to be confused with meteorology, which involves studying the atmosphere, metrology is in fact the science of measurement.Full Article
We are pleased to announce that CoMech Metrology will be exhibiting at Railtex, the largest rail exhibition in the UK.Full Article
Over the festive period, CoMech Metrology will be closing from 12pm on Friday 21st December and will re-open on Wednesday 2nd January.Full Article
We’re pleased to announce that CoMech Metrology have appointed current director Matthew Pallett as Company Secretary.Full Article
As part of a hugely successful 2018, we made it through two tough rounds of submissions to be shortlisted.Full Article
We are delighted to announce that from January 2019, we will be taking over as the sole UK and Ireland agent for the sales, calibration and maintenance of the ground-breaking MiniProf instruments.Full Article
As part of CoMech’s commitment to the community, this year we identified the Royal School for The Deaf Derby as our chosen charity for 2018 and have raised £1,715.00 for the pupils at the school.Full Article
The CoMech staff cycled 670km in 24-hours to raise as much money as possible for the pupils at the Royal School for the Deaf Derby. With rider's from Vitus Pro Cycling Team & University of Derby Cycling Club, the event raised over £1700.Full Article
CoMech Metrology is pleased to announce a new partnership with Vitus Pro Cycling for the upcoming 2018 cycling season. The sponsorship agreement will see the CoMech brand appear on the front of the team's jersey and support vehicles for the season.Full Article
Over the festive period, CoMech Metrology will be closing on Friday 22nd December and will be re-opening in the new year on Tuesday 2nd January
CoMech Metrology is delighted to announce their successful certification with the UK Government Cyber Essentials scheme. Cyber Essentials provides guidance to help organisations of all sizes to measure their defences against forms of cyber-attacks.Full Article
CoMech for the third year again was delighted to be a main sponsor of the brilliant Rail Dinner held at the fantastic Roundhouse in Derby.
With around 600 guests attending from some of the biggest names in the rail industry, dinner at the Roundhouse is an unmissable gathering of manufacturers, suppliers, operators, senior railwaymen, politicians and MPs.
As part of this year's rail week, two members of the CoMech team spent a whole day with 40 year 7 students from Northampton International Academy, at the National Training Academy for Rail (NTAR).Full Article
Everyone at CoMech has been looking forward to this week all year because it's Rail Week across the UK that aims to promote the rail industry to the next generation.Full Article
CoMech team enjoyed a great night of dog racing to celebrate the retirement of Bob who has been with us for 15 years! In his honour (as he loves his greyhounds) we headed to the Dogs for a night of fun betting with a fantastic 3-course meal.
The night began with a team coach trip from Derby over to Nottingham. Upon our arrival, we were seated at our tables where we awaited the first race to begin whilst eating our starters. We were then ready to place our bets. There seemed to be two methods of betting employed by the CoMech team.
Leading calibration company, CoMech have moved into a new headquarters at the Rail Technology Centre, London Road, Derby at the end of December.
The company has taken offices in Derwent House on the site providing CoMech with an increase in new office space which will include Accounts, Sales, Contract management and their IT Teams. The move will provide a doubling of Laboratory space enabling further expansion of the calibration service and the installation of a new equipment repair centre.
The bi-annual Clemtech Clipper Sailing Challenge was again a thrilling fast-paced race around the Isle of Wight, not for the faint-hearted and the CoMech team yet again stood up to the task ahead.Full Article
Metrology firm CoMech has the measure of the rail industry with plans for a new high-voltage laboratory and work with the universities of Derby and Loughborough. We talk to managing director Keith Pallet about real graft, financial control and high-voltage growth.Full Article