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Calibration of equipment

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#13 faisal rafique

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Posted 12 November 2011 - 05:47 AM

I think it all depends upon your equipment type that when you want to calibrate, case may be different in ph meters, Densitomenters and may be balances etc. Thermometer, air samplers, oven, incubators etc may be according to manufacturer recommendation or annually.

Thanks for the great replies. How about my last question? What do you think about it? If we prefer to do the calibration internally, can certificate of master gauge suffice, or the personnel who will do the calibration should be certified by a authorized body?

You can make any master instrument and do internal calibrations but training of personnel is important for this purpose.


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