Electrical & Electronic calibration
Electrical & Electronic calibration refers to the process of verifying the performance of, or adjusting, any instrument that measures or tests electrical parameters. This discipline is usually referred to as dc and low frequency electrical metro-logy.
Our mechanical calibration services cover a number of metrology disciplines including; Length, Force, Mass, Torque, Vibration, Pressure and Viscosity. The laboratory is housed within a temperature controlled environment to maintain thermal stability of both the reference standards and instruments under test.
Dimensional calibration is performed by comparing the performance output of a hand tool, gage or another measuring instrument with a measurement standard to confirm that the item produces results which meet or exceed that standard's criteria.
Temperature calibration is performed using a temperature standard or a low-conductivity solution, such as <10mS/cm water at 0°C. The probe is immersed in the temperature standard or chilled solution and then the calibration is performed.
Flow meter calibration
Flow meter calibration involves comparing the measurements of a flow meter in operation to that of a standard flow measurement device under the same conditions and adjusting the scale of the flow meter to be in close agreement with the standard.