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CALIBRATION FUNDAMENTALS FOR PHYSICAL PARAMETERS

This two day curriculum offers essential training in the calibration of temperature and pressure instrumentation specifically and general information concerning balances, liquid level, pipettes, and transmitter calibrations. The instruction is designed for individuals with some knowledge of Metrology or general measurement principles. The course includes basic parameter theory, sensor technology, sensor selection, calibration techniques, calibration standard selection, and reference sources. The class will also include many “nuts and bolts” tips to improve the productivity and repeatability of these calibrations.

The course also includes a brief history of metrology, measurement systems, metrology management systems and requirements, and software.

TARGET AUDIENCE   COURSE LENGTH AND COST
Calibration technicians, Quality technicians, Maintenance technicians, Engineers, anyone who is responsible for the calibration of pressure and temperature. Length: 2 days
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Please see our public training schedule for prices, dates and locations.
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WHAT'S COVERED

Course Topics:
  • Calibration Requirements of ISO 17025:2005, ISO 10012, ANSI-NCSL Z540
  • Overview of Metrology Definitions
  • TUR and Uncertainty
  • Calibration vs. Verification
  • Overview of Traceability
  • Calibration Labeling and Documentation Practices
  • Setting and Adjusting Intervals
  • 4-20 mA/0-1 V Transmitters Set-up and Calibration
  • Temperature Calibration including:
     
    RTDs Thermocouples Bi Metal Thermometers
    Liquid-in-Glass Thermometers Thermistors  
     
  • Pressure Calibration including:
     
    Analog and Digital Pressure Gauges Vacuum Gauges Compound Gauges
    Magnehelics Pressure Sources  
     
  • Fundamentals of Calibrating Balances, Liquid Level, and Pipettes

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