We utilise a number of different processes to perform temperature calibration on a wide range of instruments both in our lab and on the field. Digital recorder and thermometer calibration takes place on a Fluke multi-process calibrator.
Pyrometer calibration, thermocouple calibration and some recorder and thermometer calibration are completed using dry-wells and liquid-baths with temperature ranges from -45° C to 1500° C. The liquid in temperature baths and atmosphere in Dry wells/blocks are set to a specific temperature for calibration. Once the appropriate temperature is reached, the test instrument and a standard are placed into the bath or well for a comparison of readings. Surface probes and thermometers are calibrated on special hot plates. Temperature calibration is usually a 5-point inspection, unless more inspection points are requested by the customer.
We at GCLC offer services to meet all of your calibration needs including DAC (Dubai Accreditation Centre) accredited and traceable temperature calibration for ovens, furnaces and temperature-reading instruments.
Capabilities are available for most temperature-reading instruments including recorder, hygrometer, RTD probe, pyrometer and thermocouple calibration. Thermometer calibration for digital, infra-red, bimetal, surface and liquid in glass models is also provided. Our technicians survey temperatures at various locations in the oven or furnace to accurately identify the need for adjustments that will maintain consistent temperature throughout. Temperature calibration and uniformity surveys are essential for ensuring accurate and consistent production and efficient use of energy. At GCLC, we work with top-of-the-line calibration equipment to verify optimal performance from your temperature instruments.
Our field technicians can calibrate ovens, furnaces, temperature controllers and other instruments right at your facility, and you can count on a reasonable turnaround with every order.
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