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Regular pressure calibration is essential, aligning with industry standards and manufacturer recommendations to uphold the accuracy, reliability, and safety of pressure measurement systems within industrial processes. The accuracy of pressure measurement holds utmost importance, underpinning operational integrity and safety protocols.

Reliable pressure readings not only ensure product uniformity and employee welfare but also eliminate risks like leaks and regulatory non-compliance. However, prolonged usage, environmental influences, and unexpected pressure fluctuations can compromise the precision of pressure systems.

LAW Calibrations delivers comprehensive pressure calibration services, accredited to ISO/IEC 17025 standards, conducted either onsite or within our facilities. By partnering with us, you can proactively address potential hazards and mitigate unnecessary expenses, thereby safeguarding your operations and ensuring legal compliance.

Pressure calibration stands as a pivotal process within industries reliant on precise pressure measurements for operational efficiency and safety. Below outlines LAW’s exemplary approach:

  • Equipment Setup: Ensure meticulous setup of pressure calibration equipment, encompassing gauges, transmitters, controllers, and calibrators, all meticulously calibrated traceably to national or international standards.
  • Zero Point Calibration: Align the pressure instrument’s output to zero when unpressurized, ensuring accurate readings under zero-pressure conditions.
  • Span Calibration: Apply a known pressure to the instrument, adjusting its output to match the anticipated value, ensuring precise measurements across the entire range.
  • Linearity Calibration: Evaluate the instrument’s response linearity by applying pressures at various points and comparing its output to expected values.
  • Hysteresis Calibration: Assess discrepancies in the instrument’s output when pressure is incrementally increased and then decreased, ensuring consistency regardless of pressure change direction.

  • Repeatability Calibration: Gauge the instrument’s consistency in producing the same output for repeated measurements under identical conditions, affirming measurement reliability.
  • Temperature Compensation: Adjust the instrument’s output to counteract temperature-induced inaccuracies, ensuring precise measurements across varying temperature conditions.
  • Overpressure Testing: Evaluate the instrument’s capacity to withstand pressures beyond its standard operating range without impairment, ensuring reliability and safety under extreme conditions.
  • Environmental Considerations: Account for environmental factors like humidity, vibration, and electromagnetic interference in calibration procedures to ensure accurate measurements in real-world scenarios.
  • Documentation: To uphold quality standards and regulatory compliance and maintain comprehensive records of calibration procedures, outcomes, and traceability.

Regular pressure calibration, in accordance with industry norms and manufacturer guidelines, is imperative to safeguard the accuracy, reliability, and safety of pressure measurement systems in industrial operations.

Areas We Serve

We offer professional calibration services in the following regions

  • Maine
  • Vermont
  • New Hampshire
  • Massachusetts
  • New York
  • Rhode Island
  • Connecticut
  • New Jersey
  • Delaware
  • Maryland
  • Virginia