If there is a determined and verified difference between the outputs, the instrument will need to be tuned or calibrated in order to conform to the standard set by the manufacturer. Read More…
Custom Calibration Inc.North Haven, CT | 203-484-3707
Custom Calibration specializes in on-site and laboratory calibration which will keep costly equipment downtime to a minimum and maximize your overall productivity. We have over 30 years of experience providing calibration services for mechanical, dimensional, scale, torque, humidity, and many more applications. Our company’s mission is to achieve total customer satisfaction by providing prompt, precise, tailor-made calibration solutions to fit your specific needs.$$$
Calibration Laboratory, LLCMerrillville, IN | 800-373-1759
ISO/IEC 17025:2017 & ANSI/NCSL Z540.3 Accredited Laboratory. Electronic, dimensional, physical and thermodynamic calibrations performed onsite and in our lab. Professional ASQ Certified Calibration Technicians. We support the manufacturing and service sectors including; aerospace, automotive, chemical, electronic equipment, energy, food, industrial, machinery, medical, metal, military, nuclear, pharmaceutical, plastics, and transportation. Free local pickup and delivery. In business since 1977.$$$
Continental TestingUnion, OH | 800-648-5091
Continental Testing specializes in calibration, repairs, and testing services for the aviation industry. We have dimensional, electrical, lighting, physical, chemistry, and avionics testing capabilities. We offer on-site testing in at least 30 states and provide expert services in aviation, railroad, plumbing, electronics, tool & die, and construction sectors.$$$
Sierra InstrumentsMonterey, CA | 831-373-0200
Sierra provides accurate calibration services for mass flow meters and controllers, insertion thermal flow meters, vortex, and ultrasonic flow meters. With more than 40 years of expertise in gas, air, or liquid flow calibration, you can count on our team to make sure your flow meter operates with efficiency and pinpoint accuracy. We believe in providing personalized and customized service, and doing everything we can to maintain credibility with our clients. To get started, contact Sierra today!$$$
Custom Manufacturing and EngineeringPinellas Park, FL | 727-547-9799
Custom Manufacturing and Engineering is an electrical manufacturer offering power supplies, electronic assemblies, sensors, power distribution systems, cable & wire assemblies, and special testing equipment. We offer custom engineering and manufacturing services. Our company has experience designing custom solutions for electronic, aerospace, and transportation applications.$$$
MSI-Viking Gage, LLCDuncan, SC | 864-433-9771
Working with measurement instruments and providing calibration services since 1967, we are the company you want to contact. We meet special gaging requirements and perform equipment calibration and repair in our A2LA 17025-accredited calibration laboratory. We look forward to your contact.$$$
Calibration devices come in many different designs including handheld, portable and fixed. Handheld devices are small and compact and are operated manually. Portable devices, in comparison, are designed to move from one place to another; they may have wheels or handles to add mobility. Fixed instruments are mounted and remain in the same place. This process creates instruments that more accurate and precise, which is essential to the performance of measurement tools and devices in many industries.
Instrument calibration is the process through which electronic instruments are adjusted for precision and accuracy. Calibration tools use electronic signals to measure the output of an instrument; this measurement is then compared to established standards set by the manufacturer. Speedometers, ovens, lasers and scales are examples of instruments that can be or need to be calibrated.
Almost any component that takes measurements needs to be calibrated at some point; many instruments require monthly or yearly calibrations. Many industries maintain quality standards through regular calibration of necessary components to maximize output and cost effective practices. Some examples of instruments that require regular calibration are speedometers, thermometers, scales, commercial ovens, lasers, acoustic and vibration testing equipment and various other gauges.
Equipment calibration is used industrially, commercially and residentially. Instruments that can be calibrated range from gas and electrical meters to pipettes to heavy duty electrical pieces. In order for calibration to be successful, it must be consistent and systematic. Calibration requires a willingness to look into any unexpected deficiency and correct it.