Instrument Calibration

We perform calibration for all types of instruments in our well-equipped facilities. Our dedicated service technicians perform calibration for all instruments on site all around the world onshore and offshore.

  • Pressure Gauges
  • Pressure Transmitters
  • Level Transmitters
  • Temperature Transmitters
  • Safety Relief Valves
  • Flow Transmitters
  • Smoke Detectors

 

Test Equipment and specifications.

We have a broad selection of test equipment for mineral oil and glycol to minimize contamination.

 

Accuracy

Class 2,5 – 1,6 and 1,0:

Min. 5 measuring points incl. 0 for rising pressure.

Class 0,1 – 0,2 – 0,3 and 0,6:

Min. 12 measuring points incl. 0 for rising and decreasing pressure.

 

Accuracy class, DN 16005 (EN 837-1/6)

Gauge Class

Acceptable deviation, % of full scale

0,1

0,08

0,2

0,16

0,3

0,25

0,6

0,5

1,0

0,8

1,6

1,3

2,5

2,0

4,0

3,0

 

Range

Calibration range between 0 to 2500 Bar

Temperature range between -50°C to +600°C

 

Reason for calibration

Calibration is to verify function of instrument and verify correct reading/signal from instrument.

Oil & Gas regulations requires yearly calibration of instruments.

 

Traceability

Traceability means that something can be traced back to the origin.

For calibration, it is believed that the result of the calibration can be traced back to the definition of the target size via an unbroken chain of calibrations where all have measured uncertainty.

Traceability is usually specified at national or international standard.

 

Calibration Certificate

The calibration certificate is the documentation of the results from the calibration. The result of the calibration confirms the condition of the calibration object under the conditions and during the time the calibration was performed below. The calibration certificate contains all important calibration data.

 

Service Technicians

All our service technicians have course to perform calibration of highest standard.

Service report and calibration