Metrology is defined as the science and study of measurement. The term originated from the Greek word “metron,” which means ‘to measure.’ Metrology is an extensive science and consists of three main subcategories, scientific, legal and industrial metrology. In this article we will discuss what each subcategory is and why it is important. SCIENTIFIC Scientific
A pH meter is a device designed to test a variety of substances including soil, water and food items. The make of the pH meter consists of two electrodes which are used for referencing and sensing hydrogen ions. One electrode detects changes in hydrogen ion voltage activity, while the other electrode provides a consistent voltage
Although Agilent offers a handful of different flow meters ranging from single use meters to standard flow meters, each model has a common requirement: calibration. No matter what Agilent meter you own, it is crucial to re-calibrate your meter on a frequent basis. Regular calibration ensures the overall accuracy of the instrument. Many individuals ask
Calibration of a Teledyne Hastings HPM 2002 series dual sensor vacuum gauge is essential for ensuring the gauge’s window of performance is accurate and reliable. When the vacuum gauge’s performance window begins to shift, risks of reduced productivity, increased downtime and sometimes even complete shutdown of operations is high. These outcomes are never wanted or
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