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 desired, therefore, recalibration of you HPM 2002 is necessary. To ensure your Teledyne Hastings vacuum gauge is performing efficiently at all times, a calibration schedule should be developed. If your device is frequently calibrated you can feel confident that your device’s performance results are accurate, linear, repeatable.
Below are four benefits you can reap from calibrating you Teledyne Hastings HOM 2002 series.
CORRECTED AND IDENTIFIED EQUIPMENT ERRORS
Risks of not identifying and correcting equipment errors could affect your service and processes. This has a domino effect, meaning other issues such as safety issues, unhappy customers and a decrease in revenue follow behind.
ACCURATE GAUGE READINGS
Accuracy of gauge readings means everything. If readings are off, the vacuum gauge is not performing to its best ability. This too will have a domino effect causing safety risks and unhappy customers.
If you calibrate your HPM 2002 series frequently, you will always have an up-to-date certification which shows customers you care. The certificate shows that the devices you are using are accurate and reliable.
When instruments are dependable, monitoring and testing procedures run smoother. By calibrating your HPM 2002 series, you are ensuring accuracy and reliability.
By creating a calibration schedule, you could acquire these benefits. Notably, when creating your calibration schedule for your Teledyne Hastings HPM 2002 series vacuum gauge, it’s important to factor in manufacturer recommendation, personal usage and if the equipment has endure any trauma.