We have renewed our JOSCAR certificate for the continuation to supply defence markets and sectors.
What is JOSCAR?
The Joint Supply Chain Accreditation Register, also known as JOSCAR, is a combined tool used by aerospace, defence, and security industry to act as a single marketplace for pre-qualification and compliance information. Using JOSCAR can determine if a supplier is fit for business. By having our supplier information in a central system, the JOSCAR accreditation system allows our information to be accessed by all participating buying organisations. This saves significant amount of time and efforts associated with multiple clients.
JOSCAR Registration mark is respected by several of the largest buyers in defence industry, and our Naval Torsion meter accredited to Indian, French, British and Australian Navy via JOSCAR.
By using JOSCAR, we hope to create simpler solutions for our clients to do business with us. Working with our associates in defence organisations to access supplier compliance is a positive step towards minimising efforts around administration and reducing barriers to do business with organisations like us.
We have been supplying defence markets all around the world for many years, and we continue to supply the defence industry with our highly accurate and durable products. We are chosen for our quality and reliability of our systems which are approved by the British Navy.
Datum Naval Shaft Power Measurement System (Series 420) accurately measures the on-shaft torque (kNm), the speed of the shaft rotation (rpm) and the power (kW) that goes through the shaft while providing data on the power delivered that can be compared with the expected design performance with the ongoing data. This will indicate any changes to the expected performance level. The data is transferred from the shaft in a digital format that can be processed and scaled off-shaft. The transmitted data contains the torque level, the shaft speed, and diagnostics data such as the on-shaft voltage and power.
This type of condition monitoring system is important to any modern-day vessel to accurately measure and record the ships power and speed to determine equipment condition and efficiency. Its purpose to improve performance and efficiency through a ship transmission system with a pro-active measure.
Our naval ship monitoring system assesses and monitors propeller shafts on ships, by measuring shaft speed, power, and torque. The ship propeller shaft power meters have been through multiple tests and rigorous UK MOD and USA MIL testing programmes for the harshest of environments and are verified in several marine conditions. These tests included a MIL Spec std. 901 which is a high impact mechanical shock to verify the ability of shipboard installations to withstand shock loadings and proven in other such conditions, including:
• 167-1A 2005 Vibration
• Safety Case to JSP430
• Shock to Def Stan 08-120
• EMC to Def Stan 59-41
• Selection of Marine Torsion meters Def Stan 02-606
• Magnetic Ranging to 08-123 DS31
Other environmental tests include Def Stan 08-123 DS28 (shock), D25 (vibration), DS24 (contamination), DS9 (temperature and humidity) and DS21 (salt atmosphere).
Our naval ship monitoring system have been initially designed for the Royal Navy. Due to its efficiency, accuracy and performance later variations have been made and provided for multiple types of military naval vessels globally, including the Indian Navy, Korean Navy and Royal Australian Navy.