Don't you love that gut feeling when you
KNOW YOU'VE MADE THE RIGHT DECISION?
We do too. It’s that awesome sense we hope all our customers receive when it comes to choosing us as their calibration provider. Let’s face it, every calibration lab can offer you technicians and test equipment. But it shouldn’t end there. You need exceptional service, fast turnaround times and technical expertise. You also need to know that your process is reliable and accurate. You certainly don’t need to be put on hold when you call for immediate service.
As a family owned and operated business, we pride ourselves in building a relationship with each and every customer. We are never too busy to provide quality service, nor will we treat you like a number. Earning your feeling of assurance and peace of mind is what we strive for every day!
WHY CHOOSE ALPHA CALIBRATION?
We’re the complete package when it comes to providing the full calibration experience. We offer:
INSTRUMENTS WE CALIBRATE
Here at Alpha, we calibrate a wide-range of instruments, including the following:
• Current Clamps
• Dew Point Meters
• Differential Gauges
• Flow Meters
• Gas Detectors
• Infrared Thermometers
• Microbaths, Dryblocks, Ovens
• Particle Counters
• Pressure Gauges
• Process Meters
• PRT, RTD, TC Probes
• T/RH Chart Recorders
• T/RH Data Loggers
• T/RH Probes and Measuring Devices
• Transmitters / Transducers
• Vacuum Gauges
If you don't see your instrument on this list, please contact us at (800) 567-8686 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
ALPHA CONTROLS MEANS ACCREDITED CALIBRATION
We know that functional instruments are critical for your business. That’s why our in-house calibration services are accredited to ISO/IEC 17025 by the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA), one of the most stringent accreditation authorities accepted worldwide. Our fully-trained Metrologists use only state-of-the-art technology from proven leaders in the industry to ensure your instrument is operating properly and providing the indication you expect.
Instrument error can occur due to a variety of factors such as drift, environment, electrical supply, addition of components to the output loop, and process changes. Let our Metrologists ensure that your instrument is providing an accurate indication or output signal. Get a quote for an accredited calibration today!
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