instrumentation in Abu Dhabi

At Progressive Technology, we specialize in providing comprehensive calibration solutions for process instrumentation, ensuring precision, accuracy, and reliability in your operations. With our expertise and advanced technologies, we streamline the calibration process, optimizing your workflow and enhancing overall efficiency.

What is the Process of Calibration of Instruments?

Calibration is the systematic process of comparing the measurements of an instrument to known standards to ensure accuracy and reliability. It involves adjustments or corrections to minimize any deviations from the desired values.

What are the Three Types of Calibration?

Functional Calibration: This type of calibration verifies if the instrument functions within acceptable limits and performs its intended tasks accurately.

Traceable Calibration: Traceable calibration involves comparing measurements to standards that are directly or indirectly traceable to national or international measurement standards.

Calibration Interval Extension: In this type, the calibration interval is extended based on the instrument's historical performance and reliability data, ensuring continued accuracy without compromising quality.

What is Calibration in Process Control?
What are the Stages of the Calibration Process?

Calibration in process control refers to the systematic calibration of instruments used in industrial processes to maintain accuracy and consistency in measurements. It ensures that process variables such as pressure, temperature, flow, and level are accurately monitored and controlled, optimizing process efficiency and product quality.

Preparation: Gathering necessary tools, equipment, and documentation required for calibration.

Initial Inspection: Examining the instrument for any visible damage or defects that may affect calibration.

Adjustment: Making necessary adjustments to align the instrument's measurements with the reference standards in case required and approved by the customer

Verification: Performing verification tests to ensure the instrument meets specified accuracy requirements.

Documentation: Recording calibration results, adjustments made, if any, and any deviations observed during the process.

Certification: Issuing a calibration certificate documenting the instrument's calibration status and compliance with standards.