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To use them, operators attach the calibrator directly to the sensing instrument, along with the substance it is meant to measure. For example, to make sure a food thermometer is working correctly, they can drop it into a cup of ice water, along with your calibration device. While the temperature testing device is emerged, operators can see what temperature it displays in comparison to the temperature the calibrator displays. Read More…

Temperature Calibration The term “temperature calibration” refers to the process through which operators calibrate, or adjust for accuracy, temperature measuring devices. Temperature calibration ensures that temperature reading instruments, like thermocouples, account for all environmental factors when measuring temperature.
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North Haven, CT  |  203-484-3707

Custom Calibration Inc. 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.

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Custom Calibration Inc. $$$

Merrillville, 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.

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Calibration Laboratory, LLC $$$

York, PA  |  717-843-0081

Morehouse is an experienced leader in force and torque measurement helping to create a safer world. We use our knowledge to provide solutions including accurate measurement data and data analysis software. The goal is to help customers make better measurements which can make the difference between success or failure of everyday technology. We offer ISO/IEC 17025 accredited calibrations accurate to 0.002 percent of applied force up to 120,000 lbf and 0.01 percent up to 2,250,000 lbf.

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Morehouse Instrument Company, Inc. $$$

Hudson, MA  |  800-343-4492

Since 1971, Thermalogic has been a leading manufacturer of electronic temperature and humidity control and sensors. Here at Thermalogic we work with our clients in a partnership to build a lasting business relationship. All of our products have quick turnaround times, including custom designs, and are thoroughly tested prior to being sent out. At Thermalogic we pride ourselves on our high quality, industrial grade, reliable products. Contact us today to get started!

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Thermalogic® Corporation $$$

West Conshohocken, PA  |  610-825-3310

For over 40 years, Strainsert Company has been an industry leader in manufacturing calibration services. Our goal is to provide calibrating services that are thorough and accurate, and we have experience serving a variety of applications.

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Strainsert Company $$$

Monterey, 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!

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Sierra Instruments $$$

Grass Valley, CA  |  530-268-1860

Micro Precision develops and maintains calibration services and repair services that assure levels of accuracy for your T & ME and gage blocks to high-end electronics. We also have a calibration laboratory, software and pressure calibration to meet your needs. IS0 9001:2000, ISO 17025, NIST Traceability.

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Micro Precision Calibration Inc. $$$

Ewing, NJ  |  888-530-9009

The calibration program offered at Custom Calibration Solutions can save up to 40% compared to OEMs flat rates. Repairing & equipment calibration done is guaranteed. As fiber optic & RF repair experts, our resources are in-house to avoid markup costs on communications & optical equipment. Guaranteeing your instruments are within OEM specifications, our on-site team comes to your test station.

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Custom Calibration Solutions, LLC $$$
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The value that the calibrator displays is the correct one. If the temperature is off at all, they can then adjust the sensing device until it matches the value displayed on the calibrator. Once the task is complete, a technician will detail the test and certify the accuracy of the sensing device. Temperature calibration is important for a wide variety of reasons. First, it ensures the safety of many foods. Food that is too cold or, more often, too hot, can be dangerous to consume. Food above a certain temperature is susceptible to bacterial growth. Scalding hot food can also burn you. Temperature calibration also ensures the safety and high quality of other substances, such as fuel or lab chemicals.

Temperature calibration is essential in industries such as: food and beverage, meteorology, automotive, aerospace, industrial cleaning, laboratory, research, chemical processing, healthcare and manufacturing. People in these industries use temperature calibration at various points in the life of a system or instrument. For example, system operators typically calibrate their temperature sensing devices when they first install it. Many system operators also check calibrate their devices from time to time to make sure that they have not become inaccurate. Inaccurate readings can occur as a result of jarring events like vibration and shock. In addition, they use temperature calibration if and when their devices offer up an unlikely or problematic reading.

Temperature calibration is generally fast and easy. It has virtually no downsides. The only questions you will need to answer are what type of temperature calibration method is best for you, and how often you should calibrate your system or instruments. To learn more about the options available to you, check out the services and products offered by those temperature calibration providers we’ve listed on this page.