Pressure Calibration

Pressure calibration is the comparison of the output of a device used to measure pressure with that of another pressure measurement device, or pressure measurement standard. This usually involves plumbing the device under test (DUT) to the standard device and generating a common pressure in the measurement circuit.

In our pressure calibration laboratory, we use fundamental pressure standards, such as piston gauges, with traceability through a national metrology institute. We can calibrate all secondary/ working level instruments such as Dead Weight Testers (Gauge/ Absolute/ Vacuum), Pressure calibrators, Test Gauges and Pressure Transmitters/ Gauges ranging from small pressures of only a few Pascal up to high pressures up to 2000 bar.

Offerings Technical Specification Description
Barometer Calibration
Above 850 to 1300mbar
Barometer Calibration
Compound Gauge Calibration
-0.9 to 20 Bar
Compound gauge calibration (Accuracy Above 0.2%FSD) Pressure and Vacuum calibration
Dead weight tester Calibration
0.1 to 1750 bar by Area method and Pressure Method
Calibration facility for Dead Weight Tester for single piston or dual piston and hydraulic or pneumatic by Area method and Pressure Method Accuracy (±) ≥ 80 ppm to 1000 ppm
Digital Pressure Gauge Calibration
2 to 2000 bar
Digital Pressure Gauge calibration accuracy from 0.01% and above Digital Pressure gauge, Indicator, Controller, Transmitter (Hydraulic and Pneumatic)
Manometer Calibration
0 to 2000mmWC
Manometer Calibration
Pressure Calibrator Calibration
-1 to 2000 Bar
2 sensor calibration
Pressure Gauge Calibration
Up to 1000 Bar
Pressure Gauge calibration accuracy from 0.01% and above
Pressure switch Calibration
0 to 1000bar
Calibration of Set points
Vacuum and Pressure Controller Calibration
0 to - 150mbar
Calibration using Low pressure controller
Vacuum Gauge Calibration
Up to -0.95bar -0.1 to -1 bar
Vacuum gauge calibration above 0.025%FSD