LAB EQUIPMENT CALIBRATION (NABL Norms)
PRESSURE CALIBRATION :
High-performance, versatile test instruments are used for Pressure calibration, whose basic parameters cover positive pressure and vacuum ranges.
Digital Pressure Calibrator:
Digital Pressure Calibrator :
Pneumatic Hand Pump :
Hydraulic Hand Pump :
Temperature calibration refers to the calibration of any device used in a system that measures temperature. Most importantly, this usually means the temperature sensor, itself, which is typically a platinum resistance thermometer (PRT or PT-100), thermistor, or thermocouple. Readings from these thermometers are made by “thermometer readout” devices which measure their electrical outputs and convert them to temperature.
RTD Sensor :
Digital Temperature Multimeter :
Ultra Low Bath Temperature :
SPEED CALIBRATION :
A speed calibrator is used to measure the speed of a rotating motor that produces a specific product or monitor a specific process. By achieving the desired speed, quality and safety are achieved.
MASS CALIBRATION :
During Mass Calibration, the test weights derived from the calibrated items are compared to specified measurement standards. The process will determine if the accuracy of measurements are being maintained. Adjustments can be made to instruments to bring measurements within tolerances or weights can be replaced as needed. Mass calibration is performed in a lab with constant temperature and humidity control to ensure that weights and instruments are stabilized before and during measurement.
Standard Weight Units :
Electronic Weighing Balance :
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