Will your next Calibration BE from an Accredited Lab?

 

Burns Engineering understands precision temperature measurement and the requirements placed on the metrology scientist to provide precision and confidence to your customers.

 

Burns offers NVLAP® accredited (lab code #200706-0) calibration services for secondary standard, industrial PRT sensors, and sensor/meter systems. Our ability to provide excellent calibration uncertainties and fast turn around time enable your lab to operate efficiently and with confidence.

 

See table below for NVLAP Certificate and Scope.

 

Capabilities

 

The Burns Engineering NVLAP® accredited metrology laboratory (lab code 200706-0) performs NIST traceable calibrations that conform to ISO/IEC 17025 and ANSI/NCSL Z540-1 Part 1 requirements. Our highly trained calibration specialists utilize precision calibration baths and measurement electronics to ensure the highest standards are met on every calibration. Burns can provide paper or electronic reports of calibration and also maintains calibration records on file. Every calibration report includes resistance vs. temperature data, as found/as left (for recalibrations), and a description of the method used.

 

Methods

 

Burns Engineering offers five-point and three-point calibrations between temperatures of -196°C and 500°C. Secondary standard PRT and industrial PRT calibrations are performed by comparison to a SPRT. Also available are system calibrations: i.e. a secondary standard PRT that is calibrated with a hand-held readout. Burns conducts fixed point calibrations that include TPW and a purified ice bath.

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NVLAP® - Scope of Accreditation Oct '13 to Oct '14 Scope of Accreditation indicating calibration uncertainty capabilities for various calibration services.
NVLAP® Certificate Oct '13 to Oct '14 PDF of official Certificate of Accreditation LAB CODE 200706-0.

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