Our Calibration offers calibration services for most pressure and flow instruments. The calibration provided by both of our pressure and flow labs uses test equipment traceable to National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Available calibration types for pressure and flow equipment are:
Z540-1 Traceable Calibration with As Found/As Left DataThe instrument is processed in accordance with ANSI/NCSL Z540-1-1994 standard.The Certificate of Calibration includes As Found and As Left data, tolerance and assessment of compliance with the manufacturer’s specifications.
Z540-1 Traceable Calibration with As Found/As Left Data – Including UncertaintyThe instrument is processed in accordance with ANSI/NCSL Z540-1-1994 standard.The Certificate of Calibration includes As Found and As Left data with uncertainties, tolerance and assessment of compliance with the manufacturer’s specifications.
ANSI/ISO/IEC 17025:2005 Accredited CalibrationThe instrument is processed in accordance with ISO/IEC 17025:2005 standard.The Certificate of Calibration includes As Found and As Left data with uncertainties, tolerance and assessment of compliance with the manufacturer’s specifications.
See also our American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) Certification and Scope of Accreditation.
Electronic copies of your calibration certificates are accessible via our web-based portal. The portal not only provides copies of your calibration certificates but also current asset status, asset history and due date reports for your equipment.
Our range of services include, but are not limited to calibration of pressure gauges, vacuum gauges, manometers, pressure testers, barometers, flow meters, rotometers, mass flow meters, and velocity meters. Our technicians perform calibrations in accordance to documented and controlled procedures to ensure testing meets manufacturer’s specification.
Numerous processes have certain temperature requirements. It is critical that this temperature is achieved and maintained throughout the process. Thus, temperature sensors must be located in the processes and instrumentation. Usually, they are embedded on valves, turbines, motors, bearings, etc. They can be a part of smart devices like flow meters, level transmitters and pressure transmitters. They can also be stand-alone devices such as thermometers, temperature indicators, recorders and controllers.
Intrinsic standards offer the most accurate form of temperature calibrators, such as melting point of metals such as Zinc, Aluminum, or Indium, and the triple point of water. These methods are intrinsic and occur naturally. However, they are expensive standards and are mostly limited to calibration labs or in plants with a department specializing in high-end metrology. Additionally, multiple standards are required to cover the entire range of typical temperature calibrations.