Instruments and sensors from AMETEK Calibration Instruments are tested in our own laboratory where precision calibration also takes place.
Calibration means that the performance of the measuring instrument is compared to known temperature references. In this way, all sources of errors are analyzed and provided with numerical values. Increasing demands from the environment have resulted in a growing number of customers requesting calibration of their measuring equipment. In our laboratory we calibrate in the range of -30°C to 1100°. Our reference sensors and instruments are traceable to the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) in London through recognized international laboratories.
All calibrations are documented by means of a certificate being our customers documentation to third parties.
It is common knowledge that we need to save energy. Children learn it in school and adults meet the challenge everywhere in their daily life both at work and at home; resources are scarce - and as a consequence we need to use them prudently. Therefore it is also essential that the most energy consuming or polluting companies reduce their over-consumption. However, it is important to do so without damaging the final product. Within process industry and research, temperature is one of the most used measurement parameters. Correct measurements are very important to the product quality, safety, and energy consumption.
Correct selection, installation and calibration of temperature sensors are the most efficient way for companies to obtain the best use of energy resources.