Equipment Testing Facility
At UEM, it is standard that the products we put out into the field are performing at the highest of levels. One of the key aspects in achieving this is our rigorous final CAT (Customer Acceptance Test) testing that takes place at one of our three test facilities. We will put each of our completed units through multiple simulated field endurance tests that will give us the ability and confidence knowing the unit will stand up to the demand expected of it. The customer always has an open invitation to attend this testing should they wish to do so.
Between our three testing facilities we are capable to test anything from a blender to a nitrogen pump. Our test stands are equipped with Endress Hauser and cRio recording software and dozens of channels which allow us to record in real time pertinent pressures and temperatures any given unit. As we prepare a unit for testing, we will be gathering important information from serial numbers on components to certification bands on high pressure iron. Once a unit has been pressure tested and considered safe, depending on what that particular customer requires, testing will begin.
With respect to the different requirements of our testing, each unit will be carefully watched and monitored with a final package of all the data collected being delivered with the unit upon completion. An average test will take approximately 6-8 hours minimum.