PCH Engineering A/S
For many years PCH has developed and manufactured specialized equipment for the Danish sound and vibration specialists Brüel & Kjær A/S.
Today we supply customized monitors to a large amount of machine manufacturers in the wind, cement, energy, food and chemical industry on a regular basis. Our typical customers are both end users, who are supported through our world-wide distributor network, as well as OEMs, who design and deliver critical rotating machinery as part of turn-key solutions.
Carsten Holm worked for several years as an electrical engineer at Brüel & Kjær A/S. In 1989 he started his business of service and repair of electrical devices, among that also B&K devices. Together with other Brüel & Kjær ex-employees the company expanded throughout the 1990'es within service, engineering and manufacturing of analogue vibration monitors. The focus was to develop a DSP-based vibration monitoring concept to improve the monitoring of critical frequencies in pumps, blowers, decanters and even wind turbines.
In 1999 after a few years of financial struggle Leif Schaap and Ib Eriksen entered the company as CEO and CFO and became partners through the purchase of 50% of the shares. Together they built the modern and successful PCH Engineering we know today.
In 2015 a generation change was performed and the company was taken over by Erhvervsinvest A/S with the intention to further develop the company. In 2017, as a part of a soft "generation change", Leif Schaap decided to pass on the daily management to a new CEO, Sune Lilbaek, and stays in the company as Exec. Sales Director for the years to come.