Lee-Dickens is a private limited company which was started by an ex Royal Navy engineer in 1962. It has been involved in the design and manufacture of high integrity industrial and military process monitoring and control systems ever since.
We invest time to get to know our customers and to understand their business. Because we provide outstanding solutions and pride ourselves on delivering excellent customer support we find that customers come back to us time and time again.
Hopefully you will find this website useful, but for more information please contact us to talk directly to our experienced engineers who will be pleased to discuss your requirements with you.
We have an enviable reputation for product design, innovation and quality established over a wide customer base.
Our main areas of business are:
• Process Instrumentation & Sensors - Commercial
• Process Instrumentation & Sensors - Military
• Remote Monitoring Systems & SCADA
• Cloud-Based Monitoring
• Sub-contract Manufacturing
Lee-Dickens’ head office is located in Desborough (Northamptonshire). Our factory employs a factory manager, factory workers, inspectors, testers, and packers. Our experienced engineering team includes electrical engineers, project engineers, software engineers, sales and marketing engineers. Our customers are looked after by our excellent support technicians. Every aspect of the business is under the watchful eye of our Quality Manager.
Our Quality Assurance procedures are assessed by the British Standards Institute and are certified as meeting the requirements of BS EN ISO 9001:2015, ATEX directive, IEC 80079-34:2011, IECEx OD005 and IEC 61508.
The scope of the Quality Management System applies to all aspects of the Company’s activities without exception, and is registered as follows:
DESIGN, MANUFACTURE, SUPPORT AND REPAIR OF INDUSTRIAL AND MILITARY ELECTRONIC PROCESS INSTRUMENTATION, TELEMETRY AND SCADA EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS.
Lee-Dickens has also been assessed by CyberSmart and complies with the requirements of the Cyber Essentials Scheme
I've worked with the guys at Lee-Dickens for many years on numerous projects. They have always given me help, guidance and worked with me to develop ideas that I've needed to make our projects successful.
Once implemented their support has been impeccable and nothing has been too much trouble for them to take the time to look at and resolve.
I cannot rate Andy and his team highly enough. They have certainly helped to make a success of our business.
Jon Harman, Operations Director
Lee-Dickens have provided us with our telemetry solutions since 2013 and our partnership is still going strong to this day. They have offered us a bespoke package to allow us to monitor our remote sites in an effective manner helping us to identify issues before they occur which reduced our costs on labour and spare parts for our machinery.
No task we have given them has been any trouble and they always revert in a timely professional manner. They continue to offer us updates and improvements to our equipment and advise us what changes to the current markets would be best for the customer. They have resolved any issues we have had with efficiency and a level of professionalism second to none.
Without their support we couldn’t provide our customers with the 24/7 engineering support we need to offer in the current climate.
Nathan Jones, Customer Support Engineer
Lee-Dickens Sitewatch RCMS and supporting MIDI & MAXI Remote Terminal Units enables Airways Corporation New Zealand to provide 24/7 monitoring of communication, navigation and surveillance equipment at 90+ locations around New Zealand.
Lee-Dickens works closely with Airways to develop a bespoke monitoring solution that meets the high standards the aeronautical industry demands. Airways and Lee-Dickens share a 15 year working relationship and I endorse the products and support they provide.
Shannon Diack , Communications, Navigation and Surveillance Engineer
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