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Validair engineering team score accreditation hatrick

Posted 28 February 2019 · Add Comment

In the space of less than 14 months, three technical staff members from Malvern-based Validair Monitoring Solutions Limited (VMSL) have succeeded in securing international accreditation from particle counters and monitoring software provider TSI Inc.


Above: Validair’s TSI‐Certified engineers Jon Whaler, Steve Stanbrook and Joel Grisman.


The trio each attended a series of intensive training courses hosted at TSI’s global HQ in Shoreview, Minnesota. All three are now TSI Certified, having successfully completed Advanced FMS Training.

VMSL is a respected expert and world leader in Facility Monitoring Systems (FMS) software and hardware integration. As a TSI Gold Standard channel partner in the UK, the accreditations provide important visibility of the Validair team’s technical excellence, inspiring customer confidence and highlighting the company’s know‐how in the fast‐growing continuous environmental and particle monitoring solutions sector.

Steve Stanbrook, Technical Lead for Installation, attended the TSI course in December 2017. Senior Engineer Jon Whaler passed in June 2018. And the newest accreditation goes to engineer Joel Grisman, who completed the arduous training this January.

“Once again, we have achieved something excellent. In fact, exceptional,” said Validair Managing Director, Steve Wake. “We now enjoy the recognition of our technical capability and expertise in the form of not just the bare minimum of one engineer but with three TSI‐Certified engineers.”

Wake sees this as timely progress for Validair’s business that demonstrates the company’s commitment to customer service as a key competitive differentiator:“I believe this accredited expertise will impact positively as we capitalise on the increasing demand for our advanced monitoring technologies in cleanroom and contamination control. As the ‘specialist’s specialist’, we must deliver exemplary levels of knowledge and service to parallel the superior TSI products and FMS solutions we supply.”

 

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