calibration instrument Articles

  • Recent Improvements in Air Flow Calibration Reference Instruments

    A key element in radiation protection programs at commercial nuclear power plants, nuclear research facilities, fuel fabrication plants and regulatory agency oversight programs of licensees is management's ability to validate the accuracy of the many air sampling instruments utilized in the facility's radiation protection air monitoring programs. The volume of air sampled in each sample ...


    By F&J SPECIALTY PRODUCTS, INC.

  • Why calibrate PULSE?

    This famous remark emphasises the importance of measurement in the world of science, industry and commerce. We all use and depend on it daily, in even the most mundane aspects of life – from setting your wristwatch to the radio time signal, to filling the car fuel-tank, or checking the weather forecast. All of these things depend on proper calibration and traceability to national and ...

  • Recommendations for Implementing a Calibration Program

    Introduction This article is limited to the principles of organization for calibration work in relation to cGMP and other pharmaceutical standards. Calibration and metrology methods related to actual calibration techniques, statistics, and theories are not explored in our discussions.1 Each class of instruments requires specific techniques and approaches to achieve stated accuracies. All ...


    By Prime Technologies, Inc.

  • Noise meter calibration service

    A new noise meter calibration service is launched. Pulsar Instruments are pleased to announce that it is now able to offer a traceable recalibration service for all makes and models of noise measurement products accurately, quickly ...


    By Pulsar Instruments Plc

  • Multiple Instruments Work Together for a Better View of Air Quality

    Accurately identifying and quantifying particulate matter (PM) in the atmosphere is key to determining air quality. Researchers are particularly interested in PM that have a diameter of less than 2.5 micrometers because they are believed to contribute to heart and lung disease in humans and animals. These tiny particles are invisible to the naked eye and originate from power plants, fires, and ...

  • A simple radon chamber for use with soil gas for calibration of radon measuring devices and instruments

    A simple and easy to use radon calibration chamber of volume of 216 litres was designed and constructed for applications in calibration of radon measuring devices and for research studies. The main advantage of this chamber is that instead of using 226Ra source to generate the 222Rn inside the chamber, ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Free-field calibration in China

    Practically all reference microphone calibrations that are performed by national metrology institutes are pressure response calibrations. This is the case even if most practical measurements are carried out under free- or diffuse-field conditions. Fortunately, for measurement microphones, there are essentially fixed ratios between the pressure-, free- and diffuse-field responses. Therefore, the ...

  • The Fundamentals of the Air Sampler Calibration-Verification Process

    INTRODUCTION The calibration of an air sampling instrument using a reference air flow calibrator requires attention to scientific detail in order to establish that the instrument’s reported values are correctly stated and valid under the actual operating conditions of the air sampling instrument. DEFINITIONS For the purposes of this ...

  • Improved Calibration and Correction Techniques for Pressuremeters

    Equipment calibration is essential to the pressuremeter test procedure in order to obtain meaningful results. This paper assesses the accuracy of the standard calibration procedures for a monocell pressuremeter probe. The probe was inserted into sets of instrumented aluminum tubes of various lengths and diameters. The pressure distribution acting against the cavity wall was determined for ...


    By ASTM International

  • Used noise meters, dosemeters and calibrators online

    Pulsar Instruments is pleased to announce that it has a selection of used sound level meters, noise dosimeters and acoustic calibrators available to buy online. The 'used' stock is from our ex-demonstration meters, ex-rental equipment and also from customer trade-ins. Brands on sale include Pulsar Instruments, Castle Group and Casella - with more expected to be added. Pulsar's General Manager, ...


    By Pulsar Instruments Plc

  • Environics - Reducing calibration gas cost by up to 60%

    EPA's appendix 'M' 40 CFR 51 reduces calibration gas cost by 60%By: Terrence P. Dunn, President of EnvironicsOn May 30, 1995, the EPA published the final version of Method 205 for inclusion in Appendix M of 40 CFR Part 51 entitled, 'Verification of Gas Dilution Systems for Field Instrument Calibrations.' Continuous emissions monitoring systems (CEMS) require ...


    By Environics, Inc.

  • How Often Should Gas Detectors be Calibrated and by Whom?

    Calibration frequency is one of the most commonly asked questions concerning the use of gas detection instruments. Common factors to consider when deciding how frequently to calibrate are: type of sensor, type of gas detector (fixed vs. portable), the required use and accuracy of the detector, manufacturer’s recommendations, how confident you are about the functioning of your instrument ...

  • Why is Calibration of Water Quality Testing Equipment so Important?

    The calibration of water quality testing equipment is as important as the tuning of a musical instrument. When people find out I’m a chemist, the first thing they ask me is, “Are you Walter White?” (This shows you the kind of people I typically run into). The second thing they ask me is, “Why is calibration so important?” Simply stated, calibration is how we adjust ...


    By In-Situ, Inc.

  • Calibration – the sure way to accurate measurements

    Calibration   During testing, microphones and accelerometers can change sensitivity or break. They might look intact, but what happens if you continue measuring without having calibrated your transducer? Can you trust your data? Do you have to redo the entire test? In cases of extreme testing you might only have one shot at getting your measurement right as the product gets ...

  • Air Sampling Instruments for Radiological Emergency Preparedness

    The necessity of state-of-the-art air sampling and airflow calibration instruments for radiological emergency preparedness teams (REP), civil survey teams (CST) and radiological assistance program teams (RAP) is clearly established in today’s terrorism sensitive environment. Instruments need to be lightweight, reasonably small, simple to operate and to display accurate measurement ...


    By F&J SPECIALTY PRODUCTS, INC.

  • The soldier salesman: field instrumentation

    “The victorious strategist only seeks battle after the victory has been won, whereas he who is destined for defeat first fights and afterwards looks for victory.” — Sun Tzu, The Art of War These words may apply to warfare, and though they were written over two thousand years ago by a Chinese general, they could not be more accurate than when applied to today’s sales ...


    By HM Digital, Inc.

  • Design and Performance of the Imperial College Instrumented Pile

    This paper describes the design, calibration, and field performance of a number of new instruments that have been used for research into the behavior of displacement piles in clays and sand. The instruments include axial load cells, surface stress transducers, and pore pressure probes. The special features of the surface stress transducers and pore pressure probes are described in detail, and ...


    By ASTM International

  • The Use of Hall Effect Semiconductors in Geotechnical Instrumentation

    For the past five years or so Hall effect semiconductors have been increasingly used in the geotechnical engineering laboratories at the University of Surrey. They have been incorporated as sensing elements in local radial and axial strain measuring devices, for the small-strain instrumentation of triaxial specimens, and in small diameter boundary normal and shear stress cells. Triaxial internal ...


    By ASTM International

  • How often should you calibrate your scales?

    Weighing plays an integral part in a wide variety of industrial processes. A typical weighing system consists of a weight controller, a load sensor–based scale, and a programmable logic controller (PLC). To be reliable and accurate, weighing systems must be calibrated. But how often is enough? Old weighing systems included dials and pivots, springs, counterbalances, or levers, which ...


    By Hardy Process Solutions

  • http://saranalaboratorium.com/scion-instruments-application-note/

    A method for analysis of 258 pesticides has been developed on Scion TQ triple quadrupole mass spectrometer. The method setup is streamlined with the new software approach of Compound Based Scanning (CBS). The matrix-matched calibration results have demonstrated good sensitivity, linearity and precision of Scion TQ.   This application note ...

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