Tolerance drift is inevitable for any type of electronic measuring equipment. While drift can be minimized in high-quality equipment and proper usage, it cannot be eliminated. This means that over time, the results of the uncalibrated electronic measuring equipment will be less accurate. This can have significant negative impacts on industries that rely on precise measurements in their daily operations. Some of the industries that frequently use electronic measuring equipment include:
Inaccurate readings in any of these industries can have far-reaching repercussions for productivity and safety, which is why electronic calibration must be performed frequently, regularly and accurately. Maintaining a strict calibration schedule ensures that the equipment performs per its specifications, avoids inaccurate measurements and guarantees repeatable results.
Our experience and customer service are backed by strict adherence to international standards and quality assurance procedures. We are ISO 9001 Registered by NQA and ISO/IEC 17025 and ANSI/NCSL Z540-1-1994 Accredited by ANAB. We also follow a strict quality assurance program that meets ANSI/NCSL Z540-1 specifications. All our calibrations are accompanied by Certificates of Calibration traceable to NIST. To learn more about Garber Metrology and our calibration services, contact us today.