Periodic calibration of all your instruments is a requisite to maintain an optimal performance and ensure long-term data accuracy.
Drift appears over time on all instruments and can be caused by many different factors, such as inherent wear of their components, dirt accumulation or frequent temperature changes. By calibrating your instruments periodically, you ensure drift protection and operation within the given specifications.
Calibration periodicity depends on each application, instrument usage and your company’s quality system requirements. Furthermore, many industries are required by statutory bodies to comply with specific standards in order to demonstrate that the measurements taken by their instruments are completely reliable.
Darrera offers a wide range of calibration options, including customized calibrations and certifications carried out by recognized partner laboratories. We work side by side with our customers in order to design the calibration process that meets their requirements and helps them achieve their goals. Our calibration certificates are traceable to national or international standards and comply with ISO 9001 quality system requirements.
Our factory calibration service allows our customers to keep their instruments in good shape. We take care of the entire process, including instrument collection at the customer’s facilities and relocation after the calibration process.
- Wide variety of parameters including wind, temperature, humidity, rain, pressure, etc.
- Customized calibration service with self-defined test points.
- Calibration and certification documentation.
- Comprehensive service if required, including instrument collection and relocation.
In order to overcome the challenges that periodic calibration represents for many companies, we provide an on-site calibration service that minimizes the downtime and prevents production loses caused by a typical calibration process. Our technical staff has the required expertise and training to guarantee that the calibration is performed in the minimum necessary time and that there is no impact on the customer’s operations.
- Minimum downtime.
- Continuous data recording while calibrating.
- No impact on customer’s operations.
- No involvement of customer’s staff.