DJB & Prosig combine for Vibration Measurement & Analysis Training

DJB Instruments UK Ltd are pleased to announce the first joint training event with Prosig Ltd. Both companies have offered proven training programmes in their individual fields for many years and by combining forces they plan to offer customers a more complete solution to enlighten them on vibration measurements from the sensor through acquisition to software analysis.

Neill Ovenden, DJB’s Managing Director said of the training…’ DJB and Prosig are proud to be British manufacturers and have very similar history and backgrounds, in addition we are both passionate about educating engineers to improve their vibration measurements and analysis rather than simply pressing buttons.’

The first training date is to be held in Leicester on the 8th June and will start at 10am, the outline agenda is as follows and the day will include a full three course lunch and an opportunity to discuss applications and use with the team of engineers from both companies.

DJB Overview of Accelerometers:

  • Principles of operation
  • Accelerometer types and correct selection
  • Importance of correct cable use
  • Mounting methods and which to use
  • Associated instrumentation


Prosig Overview of Signal Processing

  • What are the four fundamental questions of vibration measurement and analysis?
  • Sampling Analogue Signals
  • Time Domain Analysis
  • Frequency Domain Analysis
  • Angle Domain Analysis


James Wren, Prosig’s Sales Manager said…’It is great that our two companies can come together to offer a training solution that adds real value by looking at the complete measurement process rather than only parts of it.’

Spaces are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.


If you would like further information please visit DJB Instruments UK Ltd website or email the sales team on

DJB Instruments UK Ltd Sales +44 (0) 1638 712 288  or email

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