Obtain temperature measuring precision that is unrivaled. For accurate readings for crucial processes, our Temperature Measurement and Calibration Apparatus offers a controlled environment for calibrating and validating temperature sensors, probes, and instruments. Obtain thorough calibration capabilities. The ability to calibrate at various temperatures on this device enables evaluation throughout a broad temperature range, from cryogenic to high-temperature applications. Accurate temperature readings are essential in both industrial settings and laboratory research. Our system makes sure that your temperature sensors and instruments deliver accurate information so you can make wise decisions.
Below are some key components and types of temperature measurement and calibration apparatus:
1. Temperature Sensors:
a. Thermocouples: These are widely used sensors that rely on the thermoelectric effect to measure temperature. A temperature measurement and calibration apparatus may include thermocouples of known accuracy for reference.
b. Resistance Temperature Detectors (RTDs): RTDs are temperature sensors with a predictable resistance-temperature relationship. Calibration apparatus may include RTDs for calibration purposes.
c. Thermistors: These sensors exhibit a sharp change in resistance with temperature. They are often used in precision temperature measurements and calibration setups.
a. Temperature Calibrators: These devices generate known temperatures and are used to calibrate temperature sensors and instruments. Some calibrators can simulate a wide range of temperatures and are portable for field calibration.
b. Dry-Well Calibrators: Dry-well calibrators use a controlled heating element and temperature-regulated well to provide a stable and uniform temperature environment for calibrating temperature sensors.
3. Temperature Baths:
a. Liquid Baths: Liquid baths consist of a temperature-controlled fluid in which temperature sensors and instruments can be immersed for calibration. These baths can cover a wide temperature range and are used for various sensors.
b. Oil Baths: Oil baths are a specific type of liquid bath that uses oil as the heat transfer medium. They are particularly useful for high-temperature calibrations.
4. Blackbody Radiators:
Blackbody radiators are used to calibrate infrared thermometers and thermal imaging cameras. They emit known amounts of thermal radiation at specific temperatures.
5. Multi-function Calibrators:
These versatile devices can calibrate various instruments, including temperature sensors, pressure transducers, and electrical instruments. They often include multiple calibration functions in a single unit.
6. Data Loggers:
Data loggers are used to record temperature measurements over time. They may be part of a calibration apparatus to capture data during the calibration process.
Calibration software is used to control and monitor the calibration process, as well as to calculate and record calibration results. It is often used in conjunction with various calibration apparatus.
8. Reference Standards:
A reference standard is a highly accurate temperature sensor or instrument that serves as a benchmark for calibrating other instruments. These are essential components of a calibration setup.
9. Environmental Chambers:
Environmental chambers can create controlled temperature and humidity environments for testing and calibrating temperature sensors and instruments under various conditions.