Comprehensive Lab Equipment Calibration
Our lab equipment calibration, validation, and repair services are critical to keeping your lab equipment and instruments operating at peak efficiency to avoid extended downtime that imperils your project schedule.
Equipment We Calibrate
All General Lab Equipment
With mail-in, pickup, delivery, and on-site services available for all common lab equipment, you’ll be satisfied with your calibration experience, from the delivery and detail to the documentation you’ll receive at the end of the process.
Isolators are used in general industry as well as compounding pharmacies. There are two types of isolators: positively pressurized aseptic isolators (CAI) and negative containment isolators (CACI). Both are primary engineering controls designed to meet the needs of USP Standards <797> and <800> for the compounding pharmacy.
Lab Calibration FAQ's
In the context of lab research, it typically means adjusting or standardizing your equipment so it can be more precise. This can include marking the graduations on a measuring device, or figuring out how much an instrument deviates from standard and adjusting for that difference.
Calibration is the procedure of comparing a reference with a known error margin against a device (for example a pressure gauge) under test. If the device doesn’t match the reference, then we adjust it to match, or at least come close, the desired measuring accuracy. The reference measurement instrument must be more accurate than the pressure gauge to be calibrated, and it must also be traceable. To calibrate a pressure gauge, we will need to check the values throughout the entire measuring range, zero point, intermediate values, and the full-scale value.
Calibration is a comparison between a known measurement (the standard) and the measurement using your instrument.
It is important to calibrate equipment to help assure accurate measurements and production of quality products with reduced errors and recalls. It is also important to calibrate equipment to foster innovation and the development of new technologies, as accurate measurements are foundational to both.
February 08, 2024