Express Calibration

Express Calibration


Two working day turnaround at highly competitive prices. 

Are you looking for a fast calibration service? Our express calibration boasts a turnaround time of only two working days. This is more costly than our basic service, but our prices are very competitive. If you go express, you might even save money as your equipment will be back in no time.

Why choose express calibration?

You’d usually book your instruments in well ahead of their due date. However, you may need to calibrate some equipment urgently. If this is the case, choose our Express Calibration Service. For an extra charge, we’ll speed up your calibration process from our basic 5 working day turnaround to a 2 working day turnaround.  

You can trace all the calibrations from our lab.  As soon as you’re booked in you can track the progress of your calibration with our free online management tool.

Please call or email us for an express calibration quote. Here are our contact details:
Phone: +44 (0)8453 62 63 65

Express Calibration Process

Frequently asked Calibration Questions

How often does my instrument need calibrating?

Measurement instruments are usually calibrated once a year.  This is because it’s easy to arrange. This isn’t always the best approach to take. Most instruments will drift over time. Newer instrument? It’ll need calibrating more often. This is until its ability to  reproduce measurements over a period of time has been shown and is well understood. You might estimate a suitable recalibration frequency, based on earlier experience of similar instruments used in similar environments. But it’s only when you study the actual data from a series of successive calibrations that you can work out  a meaningful recalibration frequency. 

 What is traceability of calibration?

Calibration results must be traceable. This gives confidence in the validity of the results. The results on the calibration certificate need to be traceable to the standard used. In turn, the results on the certificate for the standard need to be traceable to the standard used for its calibration.

Do my instruments need calibrating?

No, not always. But if your test equipment isn’t measuring properly then you won’t get the right measurement readings. Calibrations can be costly. Price is one of the main factors when it comes to deciding whether or not to calibrate. However, there can be even bigger costs when it comes to using un-calibrated equipment. One good example is product recalls. Imagine if your product got recalled. Would that cost you more than getting your equipment calibrated? Probably yes.