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A2LA Accredited Calibration Services
In-Lab and On-Site metrology services accredited by A2LA to ISO/IEC 17025:2005

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Thermodynamic Calibration

Dew / Frost Point

Parameter / Equipment Range CMC Uncertainty (±)
Dew/Frost Point –
Measuring Equipment
(-70 to 10) ° C
(-95 to -70)° C
0.63 °C
1.0 °C

Humidity

Parameter / Equipment Range CMC Uncertainty (±)
Humidity – Measure and Measuring Equipment (9 to 95) % RH 1 % RH

IR Temperature

Parameter / Equipment Range CMC Uncertainty (±)
IR Temperature –
Measuring Equipment Calibration
Ambient to 285 °C
(285 to 800) °C
0.88 °C + 7 m°C/°C
0.44 °C + 9 m°C/°C
IR Temperature –
Blackbody Sources
Ambient to 285 °C
(285 to 800) °C
0.88 °C + 7 m°C/°C
0.44 °C + 9 m°C/°C

Ovens

Parameter / Equipment Range CMC Uncertainty (±)
Temperature Uniformity Up to 1000 °C
2.2 °C
System Accuracy Up to 420 °C
(420 to 1000) °C
0.59 °C
1.8 °C
Time Constant (5 to 800) s 5.8 s
Ventilation Rate (5 to 300) Air changes/hr 3.4 % of Air changes/hr

TC/RTD Probes, LIG Thermometers

Parameter / Equipment Range CMC Uncertainty (±)

Temperature Measuring Equipment –
TC/RTD Probes, LIG Thermometers

0.01 °C
(-80 to 0) °C
(0 to 150) °C
(150 to 300) °C
(300 to 400) °C
(400 to 1000) °C
(1000 to 1200) °C
5.3 m°C
11 m°C
15 m°C
27 m°C
28 m°C
3 °C
3.6 °C

Temperature Baths & Drywells

Parameter / Equipment Range CMC Uncertainty (±)
Temperature Uniformity (-200 to 150) °C 15 m°C
Temperature Accuracy (-200 to 0) °C
(0 to 660) °C
(660 to 1000) °C
(1000 to 1450) °C
5.3 m°C
5.3 m°C + 9.1 μ°C/°C
0.24 °C
2 °C

Calibration and Measurement Capability (CMC) is the smallest uncertainty of measurement that a laboratory can achieve within its scope of accreditation when performing more or less routine calibrations of nearly ideal measurement standards or nearly ideal measuring equipment.

Calibration and Measurement Capabilities represent expanded uncertainties expressed at approximately the 95 %
level of confidence, usually using a coverage factor of k = 2. The actual measurement uncertainty of a specific calibration performed by the laboratory may be greater than the CMC due to the behavior of the customer’s device and to influences from the circumstances of the specific calibration.

Please note the actual measurement uncertainties achievable on a customer's site can normally be expected to be larger than the CMC found on the A2LA Scope. Allowance must be made for aspects such as the environment at the place of calibration and for other possible adverse effects such as those caused by transportation of the calibration equipment. The usual allowance for the actual uncertainty introduced by the item being calibrated, (e.g. resolution) must also be considered and this, on its own, could result in the actual measurement uncertainty achievable on a customer’s site being larger than the CMC.

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A2LA Accredited
A2LA Accredited Calibration
In-Lab / On-Site
ISO/IEC 17025:2005
ANSI/NCSL Z540-1-1994
Certificate 1625.01
ABS Quality Evaluations
ISO 9001:2008 Certified
• Calibration Management
• Repairable Asset Management
• Preventive Maintenance Management
Certificate 34299

NCSL International
NCSLI Member

National Conference of Standards Laboratories International

Calibration / Repair Depot
Headquarters

1280 S. Williams Dr.
Columbia City, IN 46725-0169

Phone: 800.552.5115
Fax: 260.244.4158
mail@rjbagan.com

Fort Wayne Calibration
Sales Office

7231 Engle Road, Suite 500
Fort Wayne, IN 46804

Phone: 800.552.5115
Fax: 260.244.4158
mail@rjbagan.com