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Welcome to our Blog page. Our mission is to provide you with technical information that will help you better understand our pressure and temperature instruments. These blogs will provide knowledge and information that will help guide you to make the correct selection of instruments for your industries and applications.

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Calibration | Handheld Calibrator | pressure gauge

Applications require different levels of accuracy. Measuring the pressure of a home water system does not necessarily need to be as accurate as a medical sterilizer application. A measurement of any parameter is only valuable if the user has confidence that it is accurate, but even the highest quality pressure gauge can become less accurate over time. To maintain optimal reliability and repeatability of your gauge, you must verify its calibration periodically.

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Calibration | zero and span

By: Bobby Gemelas, Product Manager
June 20th, 2022

Your pressure sensors are an important part of your application, ensuring accurate and reliable measurements and the safety of your process and its operators. To keep your processes working properly, recalibration of your sensors may be necessary over time. Sensors can degrade over time as components are exposed to wear, temperature and cycling. This can lead to a loss of stability and drift in the output signal of the sensor away from its published specification.

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Calibration | pressure gauge

Did you know that your pressure gauge can lose accuracy over time? No gauge can stay completely accurate forever. You need to regularly check the gauge’s accuracy to ensure it continues to provide correct readings for your application.