Calibration is the comparison of an instrument's actual measurement performance to a standard of known accuracy. Calibration performed on an instrument can document the deviation of a measurement from the known standard, or it can include adjusting the instrument's measurement capability to improve measurement accuracy. The most basic requirement of a calibration is proof of traceability.
When using a measuring instrument in any process, you must be confident that your results are accurate and within specification. Calibration verifies and documents measurement equipment performance so you can be certain your processes meet requirements. Calibration can also lead to increased production yields, reduced product give-away and over-charges, more consistent product quality, and reduced product liability.
We conduct Calibration of following scope of instruments:
- Electro Technical Instruments
- Vacuum Gauges
- Calibration of Electro Technical & Mechanical Instruments- Temperature Indicators, Thermometers, Sensors, etc.