MetEngUK is a specialist supplier of meteorological instrumentation and systems, and associated engineering services.
Our multi-disciplined engineers have a wealth of industry knowledge and expertise, working closely with our customers to select and supply the best and most appropriate products and services for their needs. We have the resources to install, maintain and calibrate meteorological equipment so that it continues to perform correctly throughout its operational life.
Our customer base is diverse and we work with leading professional organisations across a number of sectors including aviation, chemicals and pharmaceuticals, ports and harbours, sports and leisure and national meteorological services worldwide. Our customers value our technical competence, responsiveness and ongoing commitment to exceptional levels of service.
MetEngUK has the capacity, expertise and resources to source, supply, install and commission a wide range of aviation-specific meteorological instrumentation and systems at airports, airfields and heliports worldwide.
Meteorological instrumentation and systems are often included as safety components at nuclear power plants, where the display and logging of accurate wind data can be critical in mitigating the effects of a hazardous release to the atmosphere.
The release of hazardous substances into the atmosphere is an ever present danger in many chemical processes, and can present serious problems, particularly in populated areas. Wind speed and direction data are of paramount importance for ‘nowcasting’ the position of the offending plumes.
The movement of shipping in and out of ports and harbours always demands attention to detail, and the effects of the surface wind can, at times, produce dramatic results. Accurate display and knowledge of the wind speed, direction, gusts and variability can add significantly to the safety of vessels and their crews, as well as to the confidence of harbour staff when manoeuvring in difficult situations.
Grounds management, athletic track conditions, maintenance of stadiums, even golf at the numerous seaside golf links, can all be weather-critical operations.
MetEngUK has been exporting to national weather services for two decades.