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Traceable Calibration of test- and measuring instruments!

We perform traceable calibration of multimeters, oscilloscopes, temperature instruments, isolation testers, installation testers, high voltage testers, clamp meters and much more. 

 

Please contact us and we will be happy to send you a quotation for traceable calibration of your instruments.

 

Send your instrument to us for Calibration,.... or....

 

 
 

...we can come to you and Calibrate your instruments on site!

 
 
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Get control of your Instruments!

We perform traceable calibration of multimeters, oscilloscopes, temperature instruments, isolation testers, installation testers, high voltage testers, clamp meters and much more. 

 

What means "measurement traceability"?

 

The term "measurement traceability" is used to refer to an unbroken chain of comparisons relating an instrument's measurements to a known standard.

 

Calibration to a traceable standard can be used to determine an instrument's bias, precision, and accuracy.

It may also be used to show a chain of custody - from current interpretation of evidence to the actual evidence in a legal context, or history of handling of any information.

 

In many countries, national standards for weights and measures are maintained by a National Measurement Institute (NMI) which provides the highest level of standards for the calibration / measurement traceability infrastructure in that country.

 

Examples of government agencies include the National Physical Laboratory, UK (NPL) the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in the USA, the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB) in Germany, and the Istituto Nazionale di Ricerca Metrologica (INRiM) in Italy.

 

As defined by NIST, "Traceability of measurement requires the establishment of an unbroken chain of comparisons to stated references each with a stated uncertainty."

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Contact us on Telephone +46 155 26 70 30 or via e-mail info@instrumentcenter.se

 

 
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Instrumentcenter Sweden AB, Box 233, 611 25 Nyköping - Sweden. | Tel: +46 155 26 70 30
Delivery address: Folkungavägen 4, 611 34 Nyköping, Sweden
E-post: info@instrumentcenter.se  International phone +46 155 26 70 30