A more narrow definition of the term calibration simply involves comparing an instrument or measuring device to a standard. The calibration of instruments is all about confidence in the measurement results you’re getting. Calibrating your instruments assures you that your measurements are accurate within the specified limits that led you to select the instrument in the first place. Routine calibrations are your prescription for the continued health and performance of your instruments.
There are three main reasons for having instruments calibrated:
- To ensure readings from an instrument are consistent with other measurements.
- To determine the accuracy of the readings.
- To establish the reliability of the instrument i.e. that it can be trusted.
All our calibrations are done on-site with our expansive, mobile calibration kit, which enables us to offer the client the least down time in production.
“All Safety systems depend on the reliability of the equipment used.”
ANALYTICAL & MASS