Service and calibration

Read about our service department, calibration equipment and staff. We offer calibration of the vast majority of physical parameters. Feel free to contact us about calibration of your instrument, even if it is not purchased from Elma Instruments. We are happy to help.

Service & Calibration

Service & calibration

At Elma Instruments, we place great pride in always being able to provide the best service. We work hard to have the fastest service time on the market, be it calibrations or repairs.

To always be on par with the latest development of instruments and our expansion of our product range, we always make sure that our service workshop is up-to-date. We always have the necessary equipment, facilities and technical know-how to provide you with the best and fastest service.

Our service workshop only performs calibrations with equipment, that always is calibrated in line with national or international standards.

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Our service center

At our central service center, it is professionally trained personnel who perform calibrations and repairs. This helps to ensure the high quality. In addition to calibrations, which we offer on all brands, we also offer repairs on all our own brands.

We are constantly expanding with new calibration areas and continuously train our staff, so we always have the latest knowledge in the field.

Calibration call service

We offer a free call service when it is time for your instruments to be calibrated.

Calibration - what is it?

Should you choose a traceable or accredited calibration?

To put it briefly, a calibration is a test of an instrument's accuracy. This means that you check whether the instrument complies with the stated specifications. The instrument is held up against a reference, also called a "standard". This standard is again held up against a number of instruments that ultimately refer to a national or international standard. A calibration typically uses a reference that is 2-4 times more accurate than the instrument being calibrated. This ratio is called TUR (Test Uncertainty Ratio).

There are two types of calibrations - accredited and traceable. Both types of calibrations can be traced to national or international standard and can have the same quality. The difference is that an accredited calibration requires a greater degree of documentation, according to the ISO 17025 standard, with regard to how instruments are handled during the entire process. This is an process that requires external auditing, which is why this type of calibration becomes more expensive. Since both calibration types can be equally accurate, the affordable traceable calibration is the optimal choice in most cases.

At Elma Instruments, we have chosen to offer traceable calibrations on all the many parameters performed by our calibration laboratory. We have made this choice due to the fact that traceable calibrations cover 98% of companies' calibration needs. With traceable calibration, we have the opportunity to offer calibration with a certificate at very competitive prices.