Calibration: Do’s & Don’ts

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A vital practice to ensure your safety equipment is in working order while out on site, sourcing the right calibration specialist can make all the different.

In regards to gas detection, the user needs to be made aware of the presence of hazardous gases in the vicinity; incorrect readings (or non at all) can mean life or death.

In the image below (a mishandled monitor we received in our workshop), we’ve isolated a potentially dangerous unit re-entering the field:

At Rockall, our certified engineers don’t just apply gas to the unit and send it out the door, they follow a strict checklist of procedures, to ensure that no errors are made during calibration.

This includes checking all the sensors are within date range, signs of sensor leaks and most importantly, that the instrument will conform to the Manufactures specifications.

At the end of the day, you pay for what you get at Rockall, and we have invested a lot of money in staff training to guarantee that you get the best possible service for your instrument.

We also work hard to ensure your safety and keep to the high standards set by the brands we associate with. Using an untrained calibrator can easily lead to the errors outlined above; take a look at our Servicing & Calibration policy or email our team at service@rockallsafety.co.uk for more info.

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