Improper calibration, or lack of calibration can lead to enormous risks in and out of the workplace. For instruments that are used within the workplace, and improper calibration can lead to increased scrap, expenses, and reduced productivity. For instruments that impact items produced for clients, improper calibration can lead to defects resulting in recalls and risk to the customer’s well-being. Watch the brief video below to learn the four reasons why your instruments may not be performing correctly.
Should you be calibrating your instruments in-house or outsourced? Read our guide to find out.