HOW TO READ AND UNDERSTAND YOUR AVIATION CALIBRATION REPORT

An aviation calibration report documents essential information regarding aviation equipment conditions. In other words, the calibration report is a statement of results of calibration. The aviation calibration report includes specific details about out-of-tolerance conditions and special measurement conditions. It also provides information on the calibration correction.

WHAT MAKES UP AN AVIATION CALIBRATION REPORT

An aviation calibration report should be made up of the following:

RECEIVING A CALIBRATION REPORT AFTER SERVICE

You should always receive an aviation calibration report after calibration, regardless of if you have accredited calibrations or traceable calibrations performed on your aviation equipment. Depending on the application in which the aviation equipment is used, you may be required to have such documentation on file for the aviation equipment at all times. It important to keep calibration reports up to date and organized. Each calibration report will have a serial number that associates one calibration with one instrument, therefore; it should be easy to keep aviation calibration reports in order.

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