Calibration helps keep your world up, running and safe.
Though most never realise it, thousands of calibrations are quietly conducted every day around the world for your benefit. When on your next flight or taking medication or passing a nuclear facility, you can expect that the systems and processes used to create and maintain them are calibrated regularly to prevent failure both in production and in on-going use.
Also, calibration fosters or improves scientific discovery, industrial manufacturing, and international trade.
To help you understand calibration and its important role, Fluke Calibration has launched a new webpage on its website that provides a great overview. The comprehensive page covers the questions of who, what, why, when, where and how of calibration at a single location. Providing an introduction to the basics of calibration, the page makes essential reading.