Top 5 July Blogs

In case you missed content, here is a quick recap of our most popular blogs of July.

The Three Types of Megger Insulation Resistance Tests

A Megger insulation tester can be used to perform three different types of insulation resistance tests, short-time or spot-reading, time-resistance and dielectric absorption ratio. Each test varies with results and is used for particular purposes. Read more.

How to Write a Request for Quote for Calibration Services

A properly written request for quote for calibration services is extremely important when using and choosing a calibration lab. A request for quote is used to ask calibration labs for the price per tool, the payment terms, the quality requirement and the length of contract for calibration services. Read more.

The Basics of Transformer Turns Ratio Test Sets

A transformer turns ratio test confirms ratio accuracy of a transformer. The test ensures the correct ratio of both primary turns and secondary turns. It can also help to identify issues related to tap-changer performance, shorted turns, incorrect winding connections, and open windings. Read more.

What is instrument calibration?

Calibration is a word of many definitions, just as it is a process of many different methods. The simplest way to describe instrument calibration is as follows: a process in which accuracy and precision of an instrument’s measurements are evaluated and adjusted to ensure quality results. Read more.

7 Causes of Flow Meter Calibration Drift
Depending on your industry, your application, and the environment in which your meter operates, you may require flow meter calibration and maintenance more, or less, frequently than others. While calibration drift can be caused by many factors such as the flow meter type and the environment in which it operates. Read more.