For most operations and maintenance departments, precision calibration of measurement equipment is a necessary evil. It’s time consuming and requires a great deal of paperwork. But when that inspector comes around, either from the FDA, ISO or another governing body, and you can produce all the required certs and answer all their questions, you’ll know it was money well spent.
But not all metrology and calibration companies are created equal. Some are the real deal: measurement professionals who take pride in what they do and provide a high quality service and value for money. Others are fly-by-night operators who work out of their homes with outdated calibration standards. How do you tell the difference? Take a look at our latest Ask the Experts article “Ensuring Your Calibration Provider Is World Class” to see ten tips from our experts on what to look for!