About Calibration

Calibration is the comparison of measured parameter of an instrument to a known standard. Calibration typically requires a Standard that has at least 10 times the accuracy of the instrument under test and it decreases as the accuracy of the instrument level increases. Proper calibration involves the use of National Institute of Standard and Technology (NIST) – traceable standard – one that has paperwork showing it compares correctly to a chain of standards going back to a master standard maintained by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.

Calibration Lab

The Calibration lab (CL - DEE) got NABL accreditation on 7 th February, 2018. The Lab is equipped with high standard master instruments in the discipline of mechanical, pressure and electrical calibrations. The technicians are qualified and appropriately trained to handle the instruments and for reporting the certificates.