Calibration Equipment Servicing in Australia

Hi, this is James from ABM Services Group. Here is the link to the form we are going to mention at the end of this video –

In today’s market it’s more important than ever before to make sure that your equipment is well calibrated. In this video we are going to answer the basic question – what is calibration and why is it important?

What is Calibration?

A simple definition for the process of calibration is that is it is the process of determining a piece of equipment’s accuracy. This process involves getting some form of a reading of the said piece of equipment and measuring its variation from a reading obtained from another standard instrument.

In fact, the whole point behind the calibration process is to adjust this piece of equipments’ precision and accuracy by adjusting it to the standard piece of equipment (that you know is well calibrated). This is to ensure that your equipment readings are in accordance with established standards and legislation in your given country.

Why Calibrate?

The previous point leads us very nicely to the next topic – why calibrate? Well, calibration is an essential part of any business quality management program. it provides traceability to the standards set by regulatory agencies and ensures the accurate and reliable performance of your equipment and your instruments (whatever they need be).

This is why calibration must be carried out on a regular basis. This is due to the simple fact that instruments and equipment tend to deviate for a number of reasons – whether it’s hard operating conditions, mechanical and electrical shocks or exposure to extreme weather and other extreme conditions.

The frequency of the calibration work would depend on the tolerance level of your equipment, this is important to keep in mind.

What to Do Next?

It goes without saying that this process is very important. Regular equipment calibration must be carried out in a set regular format in order to help you obtain vital data and operate in a safer working environment.

If you’d like to talk with someone at our company ABM Services Group about our calibration services, then all you need to do is fill out this form –

It’s a really short form (you can fill it out in a minute) and then will get back to you with a plan to give you a better idea on how you can gain from calibrating your equipment now.

Thanks for watching and until next time have a great day.