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As a team of measurement and metrology experts, we understand the inherent frustrations of a test that results in unexpected or unreliable data, a sensor that has passed its calibration date, or – worse yet – realizing necessary sensors are out for calibration when needed on-site.
Calibrating in house, on your own system allows you to proactively address each of these issues. Vibration, Dynamic Pressure, and Acoustic Calibration Workstations from The Modal Shop, subsidiary of PCB Piezotronics, offer precise, efficient, automated calibration, bringing control and confidence to your process. Portable calibration solutions are also available to facilitate testing in the field or for transducer performance validation. Learn more about different system solutions below:
Why should you calibrate? It’s certainly a best practice to help you ensure your measurement data is accurate and traceable, but the real question comes down to 'What’s the cost of failure?'
Whether the cost of failure is low, like during a university course’s standard teaching exercise, or extremely high, like during a rocket launch, credible accredited calibration is a key part of maintaining measurement excellence.
PCB® manufactures sensors used by design engineers and predictive maintenance professionals to test and measure vibration, pressure, force, acoustics, load, and shock in research and development as well as industrial applications.
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