What is Calibration?
During the working process, equipment/machines are affected by the environment and the drift, which over time results in accuracy reduction, the measurement results’ reliability also suffer. The deviation cannot be completely eliminated, but it can be controlled through calibration. Calibration ensures that measurements are accurate and within the required measurement of the process equipment.
1. What is Calibration?
Pursuant to the Law on Measurement No. 04/2011/ QH13 dated November 11th, 2011:
- Adjustment Calibration is the use of standard measuring instruments to check the measurement error of the equipment according to a certain measuring standard, bringing the deviated equipment and machinery back to the permissible error limit of the manufacturer, or required by the quality control unit.
- Calibration refers to a process of determination and establishment of relation between measured values by measurement standard, measuring instrument and quantity.
- Measurement Standard refers to a technical reference for a system of weights and measures against which all other measuring devices are compared.
- Reference Material refers to a material which is sufficiently homogeneous and stable with respect to one or more specified properties. Reference materials are used in calibration and inspection of measuring instruments and methods or analysis of characteristics and constituents of other materials and substances.
EMIN Calibration Service
The EMIN Vietnam Calibration - Verification Center is pleased to serve you.