Calibration in measurement technology and metrology is the comparison of measurement values delivered by a deviace under test with those of a calibration standard of known accuracy. Two different devices - of different design, but also two devices of the same range (same brand, same model) - do not react in exactly the same way. So you need a procedure to get the same result from the same initial situation.
Calibration of measuring devices is necessary wherever they are used in areas related to quality and accuracy. The slightest measurement errors can significantly affect the safety of the production processes or the quality of the products. It is therefore necessary to make an adjustment, the adjustment of a measuring instrument, sometimes also called adjustment or improperly self-calibration or calibration, which is an operation performed to allow a measuring device to display values corresponding to given values of the physical quantity to be measured.
- Pharmaceutical industry
- Food production
- Cold chain
- entral Thermal / Gas / Steam
We can calibrate instruments in the following ways:
This control is not limited to sensors alone, but also indicators, recorders or displays via PLC or HMI.
Line testing, converter setting, bath diving, oven, end-to-end verification of the entire measurement chain.
Correlation with the critical reference probe of the equipment.
Operational control of function of the following production equipment:
Environmental qualification of premises and airlock (PAL and MAL), realization of the following test:
Microbiological analysis by microbiological viable particulate count