Routine pressure calibration will help ensure the accuracy and precision of your pressure instruments. The use of reliable instruments is essential for efficiency, quality and safety. We at GCLC perform pressure calibration up to 20,000 PSI. Our services include barometer calibration, manometer, pressure transducer calibration, dead weight tester and pressure gauge calibration.
With every pressure calibration you receive a Calibration Certificate from us with all the information you need about the condition of your instrument, calibration results, traceability, our accreditation to ISO/IEC 17025, and repairs and adjustments made.
Computerised pressure modules with capacities from vacuum to 20,000 PSI are used to perform pressure calibration and record the readings. It is customary to exercise the instrument to its full capacity three times before beginning calibration. As with most calibrations, a standard with a known value or capacity is compared to the instrument being calibrated during the pressure calibration process.
Most instruments undergo a 5-point pressure calibration, whereby the inspection occurs at every 20 percent of capacity. A higher accuracy pressure transducer or pressure gauge calibration will include 10 inspection points at every 10 percent of capacity.