Accredited & Commercial Calibration Scope

Our extensive scope covers electrical, physical-dimensional, environmental, flow, torque, force, and weight. Accredited scope for each type of calibration service provided varies by test with a test uncertainty ratio of 4:1 or better. We can also provide commercial calibration services for thousands of instruments and calibration services providing you with a turnkey on-site or in-house calibration for just about any instrument or gage you might use in GSE, IFR, or general maintenance of your aviation or avionics equipment.

Test Uncertainty

Test Uncertainty Ratio or TUR is a common term used in calibration. It is the ratio of the tolerance or specification of the test measurement in relation to the uncertainty in measurement results. It is used to evaluate measurement risk and validate the suitability of calibration methods. The most common requirement for many accredited calibrations is a 4:1 TUR.

Test Uncertainty RatioUncertainty is never a good thing and is critical across industries including (but not limited to) automotive, aerospace, life sciences, food, and other highly-regulated industries. To calculate the Test Uncertainty Ratio, we must know the value of:

  • The tolerance or specification
  • The uncertainty in measurement

Calibration Scope

Accredited & Commercial

  • IFR & GSE Avionics Equipment
  • Aircraft Jack Proof-Load Test
  • Air Data Test Sets / Cabin Pressure
  • Oxygen Gauges
  • AC & DC Voltage / Current
  • Inductance & Capacitance
  • DC Resistance
  • Oscilloscopes
  • Thermocouple Indicators
  • RF Power
  • Amplitude Modulation
  • Frequency Modulation
  • Phase Modulation
  • Tuned RF Levels
  • Harmonics & Frequency
  • Humidity & Temperature
  • Pressure Gages & Transducers
  • Vacuum & Mass Flow
  • Pipettes
  • Torque Transducers
  • Torque Tools
  • Force – Compression & Tension
  • Laboratory Balances & Scales
  • Calipers & Micrometers
  • Dial Indicators
  • And Much More
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