Garber Metrology, a leader in weighing equipment/calibration in the Mid-Atlantic region, has ….
It’s easy to underestimate the amount of work that goes into our modern-day conveniences. Most people don’t open the refrigerator door and contemplate the thickness of its various levels.
Industries from pharmaceutical processing to military contracting use weighing and measuring equipment to meet compliance, accuracy and safety standards. Unfortunately, every measuring instrument loses effectiveness over time due to everyday wear.
If you’ve ever had work done on your car or even picked up a wrench, then chances are good you’ve heard the word torque before.
It’s all too easy to take for granted just how important scales, gages and electronic testing equipment are in our daily lives. They work to keep the roads safe and make sure we get a fair shake at the supermarket when buying our favorite fruits and veggies.
While calibrating your gauges is essential to ensure accurate measurements of your processes and products, there are options in how to go about it. The calibration process itself can be a challenging process for the company involved.
A long time ago, early industry businesses required manual procedures in order to remain in top working condition. When industrialization became the new normal, manufacturing companies took the lead with newer technologies as they emerged.
In an industry where data and measurements are primary considerations in everyday work, expensive equipment is needed to ensure you are providing accurate and reliable readings. In fact, some people even go to the extent of saying that scientists are only as good as their tools.
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is an independent organization that develops international standards for the technology and manufacturing world. These standards help facilitate international trade, ensure safe workplaces and provide a framework for quality control.