Temperature calibration refers to the calibration of any device used in a system that measures temperature. Most importantly, this usually means the temperature sensor, itself, which is typically a platinum resistance thermometer (PRT or PT-100), thermistor, or thermocouple.
Readings from these thermometers are made by “thermometer readout” devices which measure their electrical outputs and convert them to temperature according to the International Temperature Scale of 1990 (ITS-90).
Thermometers are typically calibrated by placing them in a stable temperature environment (heat source) and comparing their output to that of a calibrated “reference thermometer” or “standard thermometer.” Three general categories of heat sources include industrial heat sources (dry-well calibrators, Micro-Baths, etc.) for field use; fluid baths and thermocouple furnaces for laboratory use; and fixed-point cells for “primary” calibrations.
Our Equipment Capabilities:
- Dry Block Calibrator
- Liquid In Glass Thermometer
- Temperature Generation by Electrical Generation
- Temperature Measurement by Electrical Simulation
- Temperature Radiation Thermometer
- Temperature Sensors With / without Indicator
Our Calibration Capabilities:
- Digital Thermometer (With/Without Sensor)
- Infrared Thermometer
- Oil Bath
- Temperature Calibrator
- Temperature Controller
- Temperature Gauge
- Temperature Recorder
- Temperature Sensors
- Temperature Transmitter
- Thermocouple Wires / Probes
- Thermohygrometer / Graph