One of the most common questions is understanding the difference of as found versus as left data on a certificate of calibration. First and foremost, these terms apply to data – not to the instrument condition. Many quality professionals get confused because these terms are often used interchangeably. These terms each refer to a specific
Ensuring instrument accuracy and safety is part of many quality management systems and certification requirements. To accomplish this, MROs and FBOs must schedule regular instrument testing. This process shouldn’t interfere with aviation maintenance operations. The key is to have the lowest possible turnaround time. Follow the tips below to get a quicker aviation calibration services.
Most aviation maintenance professionals understand that equipment should be checked for accuracy and safety. However they don’t always know when this needs to occur. The key to calibration testing is that it is performed regularly. But what does regular mean? It can be difficult to determine when to calibrate aviation equipment with all of the
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