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Posted: Sat Nov 21, 2020 6:36 pm Post subject: Calibration of site instruments- Proper utility?
As per the usual industry practices, calibration certificate is being used just as a mere SHOWOFF CERTIFICATE to be showcased to the auditors.
According to my interpretation after reading various blogs and reviewing many calibration certificates, a correction factor needs to be applied to replecate the readings of a standard instrument with zero error (In cases where material is left as it is, without calibrating with the standard instrument)
When an instrument is adjusted to standard instrument with zero error, calibration report received comprises of 'As received' and 'After adjustment' (Which is usually not the case)
Is the correction factor only applied when the calibration is out of tolerance (if any) or it is applied irrespective of the calibration tolerance??
Can all the experienced SEFIans guide me about the proper utility of these ceritificates and how we can practically implement its results for accurate measurements/results of various tests performed at site??
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