Industrial Measurements can help customers obtain the appropriate calibration evidence for their required level of confidence. The company’s on-site laboratory has a range of supported beams, enabling the company to provide reference or calibration torques ranging from 0.1 Nm – 28,000 Nm and up to 165,000 Nm at external facilities.
Crane Group laboratory’s accreditation of its competence conforms to ISO 17025 meaning that customers can purchase calibration certificates headed with the UKAS and ILAC accreditation marks for requirements up to 2500Nm, which we are working to increase further very soon. The United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) is a widely recognised authority for the accreditation of competence and is one of the signatories to the International Calibration Co-operation (ILAC) Arrangement for the mutual recognition of calibration certificates. The measurements reported in these calibration certificates are all performed according to the BS 7882 – Method for Calibration and Classification of Torque Measuring Devices.
Not all our customers insist on the BS 7882 calibration method and its UKAS headed certificate. Those purchasing certificates with the Crane Group heading are assured of full traceability of all significant measurements with these being performed on the same site and in the same calibration laboratory. These certificates typically list the results for five measurements between 10% and 100% of the transducer’s rated torque but customers can specify exactly what they require – they do not require the calibration of the transducer and indicator as one unit.
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