Temperature Digital Readout & Super-Thermometer Calibration
NVLAP-accredited calibration of your digital temperature readouts.
- Calibration of digital temperature readouts and super-thermometers used with platinum resistance thermometers (PRTs)
- Traceable to the International System of Units (SI) through the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) or other national metrology institutes
- Accredited to ISO / IEC 17025 through the National Voluntary Laboratory Assistance Program (NVLAP)
Mail-In Service: Yes
On-Site Service: No
Ensuring Measurement Accuracy for your Critical Thermometry Sensors
Accurately-calibrated temperature readouts are critical to the successful operation of pharmaceutical, medical device, and biotechnology companies. When thermometry equipment in your cGLP laboratory and cGMP manufacturing environment is correctly calibrated, the overall integrity and quality of your production chain is greatly improved — helping to keep consumers safe, products effective, and operations profitable.
Masy BioServices’ Approach to Calibration
Masy’s temperature digital readout & super thermometer calibration service offers high-quality calibration uncertainties, traceable to the International System of Units (SI) through the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) or other national metrology institutes.
Mail-in calibrations are performed in our 10,000ft2 environmentally-controlled metrology laboratory, featuring the highest-quality calibration standards and state-of-the-art calibration technology, allowing us to offer minimal measurement uncertainty for your sensitive metrology standards and laboratory instruments.
Masy’s metrology laboratory is meticulously maintained at 21-23°C with 30-55% relative humidity, facilitating repeatable and accurate calibration.
The laboratory’s suite of fixed-point temperature reference cells ranges from -196°C Argon through 1200°C Silver, providing the widest range of commercial metrology capabilities required for your specific needs. Fixed-point or comparison calibrations are available.
The Right Range for your Requirements
Our thermometry calibration range is -196°C to 1200°C / -320°F to 2192°F, including fixed points at:
-189.3442°C Argon Triple Point
-38.8344°C Mercury Triple Point
0.01°C Triple Point of Water
29.7646°C Gallium Melting Point
156.5985°C Indium Freezing Point
231.928°C Tin Freezing Point
419.527°C Zinc Freezing Point
660.323°C Aluminum Freezing Point
Masy offers resistance calibration to manufacturer's specifications. You can choose between probe, meter, or loop calibration.
Comprehensive Scope of Digital Temperature Readout Calibration
Digital Readout Types
- Temperature Digital Displays
- Temperature Digital Readouts
Digital Readout Makes & Models
List is representative but not completely inclusive; contact us with your specific make & model for a detailed quote.
- Fluke 1502A Tweener
- Fluke 1529 Chub E-4
- Fluke 1560 Black Stack
- Fluke 1575 Super-Thermometer
Rigorous Quality Reviews for Calibration Confidence
Masy BioServices provides calibration services that meet cGMP requirements. Our reviewed and verified calibration documentation provides the critical information you need to support the accuracy requirements of your digital temperature readouts. Masy’s calibration certificates can include both "as found" and "as left" data, as well as verification that the probes used in your calibrations are in tolerance.
Fast Turnaround Time Keeps your Operations On-Schedule
Our normal turn-around times for temperature readouts are:
- Temperature Digital Displays: 1-2 weeks
- Super-Thermometers: 2-3 weeks
Choose Masy BioServices for your Temperature Digital Readout Calibration Needs
When you choose Masy for your digital temperature readout calibration needs, you can enjoy the confidence that comes with knowing that these critical instruments are accurately calibrated to the highest possible level of accuracy, ensuring precise thermal measurement in your own laboratory and production environments.
Contact Masy BioServices today for your digital temperature readout calibration needs.