• WHAT IS CALIBRATION?
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    WHAT IS CALIBRATION?

    What is calibration? The short answer: calibration is a process of comparison. During calibration, a known uncertainty (often referred to as a standard) is compared to an unknown uncertainty (test equipment). A relationship is established from comparing the measurement data. Relationship to Testing When an instrument is tested at a calibration laboratory, the technician will

  • DO I NEED ASSET INVENTORY SERVICES?
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    DO I NEED ASSET INVENTORY SERVICES?

    When was the last time your organization had a 360° asset inventory? While most companies aim to perform an inventory annually, this doesn’t often occur. There are multiple obstacles that can get in the way of this process. The main culprits are lack of time and manpower, closely following is not having a reliable, sustainable

  • FLOW METER CALIBRATION CONSIDERATIONS
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    FLOW METER CALIBRATION CONSIDERATIONS

    Although regular flow meter calibration is necessary to ensure accuracy, some quality professionals struggle with when to calibrate a flow meter. Application, time in use, and maintenance schedules are a major factor in the performance a flow meter. The application includes whether the meter is measuring a gas or liquid, maximum flow rate, and the

  • WHAT IS A PHYSICAL ASSET INVENTORY?
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    WHAT IS A PHYSICAL ASSET INVENTORY?

    A physical asset inventory is a complete process of managing asset identification, location, and condition. Regular asset inventories are a key part of operations and quality management procedures. Collecting this information is important for tooling utilization, theft prevention, maintenance management, and budgeting. There are multiple methods that are available to conduct an asset inventory. Paper
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