GNW’s skilled technicians can carry out scale calibration services from any manufacturer. Get in touch to find out more.
Our skilled technicians are able to calibrate and certify scales from any manufacturer. We are able to do this on our premises or alternatively, our engineers are able to visit your site. We use either M1 or F1 calibration weights to ensure your scales are performing correctly.
We are able to calibrate all scales from highly accurate laboratory scales, all the way up to 10,000kg hanging crane scales.
If our technical team comes across a problem during calibration, we are able to provide repair services for scales and balances from all manufacturers. We do not charge any inspection fees and all work is quoted to you beforehand.
How often should you seek out scale calibration services?
Calibrating scales is essential to ensure accurate and reliable measurements. The frequency of calibration depends on several factors, including the type of scale, how often it is used, and the level of precision required for your specific application. Here are some general guidelines:
New Installation: Calibrate the scale when it is first installed to establish a baseline accuracy.
Regular Intervals: Regular calibration intervals are typically recommended, ranging from monthly to annually, depending on usage. High-precision applications may require more frequent calibration.
Environmental Changes: Calibrate the scale if there are significant changes in the environment, such as temperature fluctuations or changes in humidity, which can affect the scale’s performance.
After Repairs or Modifications: If the scale has undergone repairs or modifications, it should be recalibrated to ensure accurate readings.
High-Use Periods: If the scale experiences heavy use or is subjected to unusual conditions, consider more frequent calibration to maintain accuracy.
Manufacturer’s Recommendations: Follow the manufacturer’s guidelines for calibration frequency, as they often provide specific recommendations for their equipment.
Legal or Regulatory Requirements: Some industries, especially those with strict regulatory standards, may have specific requirements for calibration frequency. Ensure compliance with these regulations.
Unexpected Readings: If you notice inconsistent or unexpected readings, it’s important to calibrate the scale to identify and correct any issues.
Transportation or Relocation: If the scale is moved to a new location or undergoes transportation, it should be calibrated to account for any potential changes in its performance.
Industry Standards: Some industries have specific standards or guidelines for calibration. Follow the relevant industry standards to ensure compliance.
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Scale calibration is a meticulous process that involves adjusting and validating the accuracy and precision of a weighing scale or balance. The primary goal is to ensure that the scale provides measurements that align with established standards, allowing for reliable and consistent readings.
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Yes, it is possible, however, we would recommend contacting a specialist like GNW in order to guarantee accurate results.