Torque analyzers and sensors are finely tuned laboratory-grade instruments for measuring torque, calibrating and verifying torque tools. To maintain reliability and accuracy, these torque measuring equipment must be properly calibrated regularly.
Calibration is the method of comparing tools and measuring devices to higher accuracy standards. Torque calibration equipment is the official means by which torque testers and sensors are calibrated and are traceable to National or International Standards, such as N.I.S.T and ISO.
Any company relying on torque analyzers or sensors must have a plan in place to ensure these instruments remain in calibration. That plan will involve calibrating the devices at regular intervals. Companies must invest in specialized testing equipment and employee training to ensure their processes conform to national and international standards.
What You Will Learn:
- Knowledge of most common equipment solutions used for calibrating a torque analyzer or sensor
- Steps to properly calibrate your torque analyzer or sensor
- Techniques to minimize reduce risks and costs
- How to establish and schedule a regular calibration regimen
- Methods to create calibration documentation and measurement traceability
- Difference Between NIST traceable and ISO/IEC 17025 accredited calibrations
- Best practices to ensure your instruments are in tolerance and making accurate measurements
- Certified calibration service providers vs. in-house calibration laboratory costs analysis
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