Calibrations in the LS industries can be costly, modern instrumentation simplifies the process.
- Legal requirements
- Calibration versus verification
- Requirements for on-board verfication
- Verification on the go
Calibration simplified with modern instrumentation
Wet calibrations are used most often to check instruments and demonstrate regulatory compliance. State-of-the-art instruments with embedded verification capabilities offer the chance to improve this practice. Performing regular verification on the instrument can extend calibration cycles by a factor of five or higher without jeopardizing quality or regulatory compliance. Shorter unknown periods between checks lead to an increased confidence level and reduced risk for critical applications.
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