INTRODUCTION A calibration report, also known as a calibration certificate, is an important document containing essential information regarding equipment calibration and conditions. It is mainly used to report results of calibration. A calibration report should include details on out-of-tolerance conditions, along with any special measurement conditions. It also provides information on calibration correction. There isn’t
If you’re sending your equipment in for calibration, it’s likely you know why it’s important. Calibrating your equipment can prevent injury to the persons operating the equipment or injury from bad results. When you receive a calibration report, it can sometimes be confusing. However, the information that is contained in these reports helps you to
After receiving calibration results, it’s important to review the calibration report to ensure accuracy. When reviewing the results, the following checkpoints should be concentrated on: CORRECTION OF ERROR This checkpoint is very important in regards to measuring instruments and devices and helps to identify errors and tolerance. For example, during preventive maintenance, a correction factor
Proper understanding of a calibration report is critical. To best understand a calibration report, it is important to first know exactly what information should be included in the report and why. Below, we have created a list of what to look for in your calibration report and why it is significant. WHAT TO LOOK FOR
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