Calibration is the comparison of an instrument’s actual measurement performance to a standard of known accuracy. Calibration performed on an instrument can document the deviation of a measurement from the known standard, or it can include adjusting the instrument’s measurement capability to improve measurement accuracy. International committees define standards for calibration such as ISO Guide 17025.
The most basic requirement of a calibration is proof of traceability. Traceability is defined as an unbroken chain of comparisons, all having stated uncertainties, between your measurement and some national or internationally accepted standard.
S. Calibration accredited calibration service is primarily suited to the needs of commercial test laboratories and manufacturers with accredited calibration requirements.
Accreditation is conferred on test laboratories by numerous agencies worldwide. S. Cal. Laboratory has obtained accreditation from NABL(India) and also accordance with ISO/IEC17025:2005 requires technical personnel with specific skills and experience, merged with a technically sophisticated and modern infrastructure, in a quality-driven organization.