• WHY THE QUALITY OF CALIBRATION IS IMPORTANT
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    WHY THE QUALITY OF CALIBRATION IS IMPORTANT

    The whole point of calibrating an instrument is to ensure measurements are accurate and precise. While many believe that any old calibration service will do, the quality of the calibration service 100% matters. Poor quality calibration can lead to a handful of different issues, including working against gaining accuracy and precision. THE CONSEQUENCES OF POOR

  • WHAT IS TEST UNCERTAINTY RATIO IN CALIBRATION?
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    WHAT IS TEST UNCERTAINTY RATIO IN CALIBRATION?

    As required by ISO-17025, all accredited calibration labs are required to calculate Test Uncertainty Ratio (TUR). TUR can be defined as the ratio between an instrument’s allowed tolerance and the uncertainty measured during calibration. TUR is used to evaluate an instrument’s measurement risk and validate the correct calibration methods needed. In other words, TUR helps

  • WHY CALIBRATE A TEMPERATURE CHAMBER?
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    WHY CALIBRATE A TEMPERATURE CHAMBER?

    Temperature chamber calibration is performed for many reasons, but most importantly, it is performed to ensure the overall functionality of the equipment is accurate and reliable. Comparable to many other measuring instruments, a temperature chamber is prone to drifting and damage over time which impacts its performance. In order to retain the temperature chambers overall

  • WHAT IS LOAD CELL CALIBRATION?
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    WHAT IS LOAD CELL CALIBRATION?

    A load cell is a device used to measure the weight and force of an object. It is classified as a transducer because it is frequently used to convert measurements of weight and force into electrical signals. The load cells are known for being extremely accurate, therefore, the device is frequently used as part of

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