This article cover calibration of Magnehelic Gauge (Differential Pressure Gauge) using Digital Manometer.
Stability and uniformity are important characteristics of Temperature Bath. Learn the procedure to find them for RTD and thermocouple.
This article covers the calibration of Pressure Gauge, Compound Gauge, and Vacuum Gauge according to Standard DKD-R-6-1.
Learn the difference between accuracy, tolerance, measurement uncertainty, and error in the calibration field.
Types of Calibration are Mechanical, Thermal, Electro-technical, Optical, Fluid Flow, Radiological, and Medical Devices Calibration.
The calibration hierarchy helps us to record the sequence of calibrations performed on an instrument from a reference standard to the final measuring system.
Accuracy is how close a value to its True Value. Precision is how repeatable a measurement is. Learn the difference between them with examples.
Calibration plays an important role in quality control. If an instrument is not calibrated we may suffer loss of our health, money or safety.
Any measurement has two parts – a number and a unit of measurement. The unit of measurement is very important in calibration.
We compare the reading of Unit Under Calibration (UUC) with reference to Master Instrument. Therefore the selection is very important.