• A Video Guide to Hot Stick Calibration
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    A Video Guide to Hot Stick Calibration

    Per OSHA, Hot Sticks need to be removed from service for examination, cleaning, repair, calibration and testing every two years or anytime the daily maintenance inspection and cleaning finds defects that requires the Hot Stick to be removed from service. Watch the video below to learn more about Hot Stick Calibration. Learn more about Hot

  • Calibrating Your Torque Wrench
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    Calibrating Your Torque Wrench

    The age old question: How often should I calibrate a torque wrench? Making sure a torque wrench is calibrated at the right time is important, without proper calibration the safety of workers is put at risk and the integrity of the equipment you are working on can be compromised. Combine these two issues and you

  • A Guide to Thread Gage Calibration
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    A Guide to Thread Gage Calibration

    A thread gage is a device that is used to check the acceptance of an internal or external threaded part. Each gage type is used to monitor the tolerance, strength, reliability and durability of each component to ensure overall quality. With a handful of different thread gage types, it can be hard to determine which

  • Common Terms Used in Calibration
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    Common Terms Used in Calibration

    Reading a certificate of calibration can be confusing for technicians or managers that aren’t familiar with calibration terminology. One of the most frequently asked questions is “what does as found mean?” Differentiating data is important for performing comparisons and determining magnitude of any calibration drift. Comprehensive quality management systems often use the data on certificates

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