Need to Calibrate
Keep Your Tester Performing At Peak Accuracy.
To maintain the accuracy of your tester, we recommend you return your SCI tester annually for calibration and inspection.
STEP 1: Choose Your Calibration
Standard Calibration is our base calibration type and provides a certificate to state the instrument is calibrated using standards traceable to NIST. View Our Standard Calibration Certificate
Accredited Calibrations provide measurement data and uncertainty traceable to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). If an auditor will be visiting your facility, they will likely require an accredited calibration certificate that includes tractability to NIST. View Our ISO 17025 Accredited Calibration Certificate
Need ANSI Z540, Denan’s Law, or CTL Specification Accredited Calibrations?
We have partnered with a local calibration house to accommodate calibrations that we can no longer accept such as ANSI Z540, Denan’s Law, or CTL Specification Sheet DSH 251B Accredited Calibrations. If our calibration offerings no longer meet your needs, please reach out to:
Calibration Laboratory, LLC
Vincent Ruffolo – Sales Manager
STEP 2: Find Your Calibration Price
|SERIES||MODEL||STANDARD CALIBRATION COST||ISO CALIBRATION COST|
|290||294, 295, 296, 297, 298||$200||$500|
|2500||2503, 2510, 2512, 2515, 2525, 2550||$200||$500|
|2900||2955, 2965, 2975||$200||$500|
STEP 3: Ship It Safe
Customers spend $445 more on average to repair their tester when shipping damage occurs. Don't let shipping damage shut down your production line!
Choose Ship It Safe when Requesting your RMA.
STEP 4: Request An RMA
You'll need to request a return merchandise authorization (RMA) Number from us. You may fill out the form (for best results create an account or sign in to your online account).
You may also call us at +1-847-367-4671.