There isn’t much debate around whether it’s important to have calibration or proof load testing done on your aviation equipment. Many times it is required by the FAA or another accrediting body. However, once you get the calibration report back, it can sometimes be confusing or difficult to understand what it all means. 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.
In this whitepaper, we will cover what makes up an aviation calibration report, what should be included in your report and what to do with your results.