FTI manufacturers a large array of flowmeters. While each flowmeter is intended for different purposes; each one has a common requirement: calibration. Calibration of any FTI flowmeter is vital to ensure the instrument is functioning accurately. To ensure an FTI flowmeter is measuring readings precisely, a calibration interval should be created. When generating a FTI
An air data test set used to measure both pitot and static air flow. The instrument calculates air flow measurements by determining an aircraft’s airspeed and altitude. These measurements are vital for safe air travels; therefore, it is important to ensure that an air data test set is functioning at its full capacity. To test
When calibrating a flowmeter, it is essential to ensure reliable in-situ calibration results. This will help to avoid false positives. Below we have listed five methods for calibration validation that will help to assure your flowmeter is functioning accurate and precisely. CALIBRATION VALIDATION: RESISTANCE A simple method of calibration validation involves the measurement of resistance
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