BSRIA Instrument Solutions offers ‘one-stop-shop’ in its calibration laboratory

Over the past year, to meet the needs of its customers, BSRIA Instrument Solutions has extensively upgraded its infrared (IR) temperature calibration laboratory – with the aim of offering thermal imaging camera users a true ‘one-stop-shop’. With high end high sensitivity instruments as well as simple point and shoot cameras available to purchase and rent from less than £100 per week, these new calibration facilities ensures measurement traceability of these instruments back to national standards wherever the need arises. 

BSRIA Instrument Solutions general manager, Alan Gilbert, said: “Thermal imaging or IR cameras are used in lots of applications such as finding where there is missing insulation in the fabric of buildings to increase their efficiency but they are also used in more critical environments such as the detection of faults in overheating mechanical plant to the surveying of tyre temperatures on Formula 1 cars to establish if they are operating at the correct parameters, and the need for an absolute measurement of temperature is becoming more and more critical. The new calibration benches within the Instrument Solutions laboratory are ranged from -10 to +500°C and are perfect for critical application markets which require quick turnaround times with a high degree of measurement accuracy.”

Instrument Solutions offers as standard a five day turnaround as well as a while you wait service on most calibration parameters including: pressure, humidity, air and liquid flow, with UKAS (ISO 17025) accredited work available on the majority of products sold into industry throughout the UK.

For more information on the calibration options available from BSRIA Instrument Solutions, please contact our team of expert engineers on 01344 459314 or email info@bis.fm, alternatively you may wish to visit us online at www.bis.fm

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