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The necessity of calibration

The need for calibration can be approached from several angles. The use of a calibrated measuring instrument to perform a particular task may be defined by standards, manufacturer\'s recommendations or even supplier specifications. For contact protection measurements, insulation resistance or cable dielectric strength tests, the need for a calibrated measuring instrument is specified in a standard, but there is no provision for a calibration interval, it is up to the user to determine this, taking into account recommendations.

A supplier\'s specification may be any requirement where the purchaser requires the use of a calibrated gauge or device (e.g. for automotive or electronics suppliers) for process control and final inspection. In this case, the purchaser may also have a say in determining the calibration interval.

During calibration, we can ascertain that the accuracy of the measuring instrument we use or apply is in accordance with the factory specification or the task we have specified. In other words: the calibration procedure is a way of making sure that the values measured or reproduced by a given instrument - in the case of our main profile, electrical quantities - are within the correct limits, and the percentage error of the measurement or reproduction. Needless to say, this can also be said in feneral about length, torque, force measuring and reproducing instruments.

On the basis of calibration certificates issued by our calibration laboratory, our customers can, if necessary, prove that between two calibrations, the measuring instrument has met the requirements and that the quality of the products manufactured and checked during this period is in satisfactory condition.

The correct value is ensured by the use of calibrators and measuring instruments traceable to international standards.

The traceability of our calibration laboratories and their compliance with the MSZ EN ISO / IEC 17025:2018 standard is supervised by the National Accreditation Authority (NAH).
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