What is calibration of measuring instruments?

Calibration of measuring instruments What is Calibration?

Calibration of measuring instruments (Calibration) refers to the process of checking and adjusting measuring instruments so that they are accurate and meet specified standards. This calibration is necessary to ensure that the measuring instruments used are accurate and can be used correctly. This is important in many industries such as manufacturing, medicine, and research.

 

Why calibrate measuring instruments with ISO/IEC 17025?

ISO/IEC 17025 is a standard used to certify testing and calibration laboratories. This standard sets general requirements regarding the ability of laboratories to perform tests and calibrations. Including quality management, using ISO/IEC 17025 in the calibration of measuring instruments helps ensure that

1. Accuracy and reliability: Measuring instruments calibrated according to this standard have high accuracy and reliability.
2. International Recognition: Calibration results from ISO/IEC 17025 certified laboratories will be accepted internationally.
3. Traceability: Calibration under this standard can be traced back to national or international standards.
4. Quality management: This standard requires quality management in the calibration process.

 

Elements in calibrating measuring instruments.

Calibration of measuring instruments consists of the following main steps:

1. Checking and preparing tools Check the condition of measuring instruments and prepare them for calibration.
2. Calibration Calibration is performed by comparison with established standards.
3. Recording the results, recording the values ​​obtained from the calibration and comparing them with the standards.
4. Adjustment and Maintenance Adjust measuring instruments to meet standards and perform maintenance.
5. CertificationA certificate of calibration demonstrating the accuracy and reliability of the measuring instrument is issued.

Summary of the article

Calibration of measuring instruments is an important process to ensure the accuracy and precision of measuring instruments in use. Calibration according to ISO/IEC 17025 ensures reliability and international acceptance. The calibration process consists of verification. Prepare, calibrate, record results, adjust and maintain. Including issuing a certificate of calibration results.

Measuring instrument calibration service from Mingdeng Metrology Services

Mingdeng Metrology Service provides measuring instrument calibration services according to ISO/IEC 17025 standards, with expertise in calibrating instruments in many areas such as temperature, pressure, humidity, and others. Our team The company has the expertise and experience to carry out professional calibrations. Equipped with modern equipment and technology to effectively meet customer needs.