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What you need to know about NIST numbers.

By Sidney Taylor
April 03, 2017

      From time to time, companies will ask for NIST Numbers to accompany their calibration reports. Often this request is driven by third party auditing services that fail to comprehend the limitations placed upon calibration laboratories by the...
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How To Build A Calibration Curve

By The Metrologist
March 28, 2017

 
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How To Calibrate A Pressure Transducer

By The Metrologist
March 23, 2017

 
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How to specify analog gages for pressure and temperature?”


 
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What Does It Really Mean When Something Is Marked For Reference Only?


     If you “Refer” to it, shouldn’t it be calibrated?
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How Do I Start With Risk-Based Thinking?

By Phil Wiseman
February 27, 2017

        The clearly articulated focus of Risk-Based Thinking in ISO 9001:2015 has some people scratching their heads. What exactly does this mean? Where is the checklist? Where do I start?
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What Are The Mandatory Documents Required by ISO 9001:2015

By Phil Wiseman
February 20, 2017

        I recently attended a Quality MeetUp and the discussion centered around ISO 9001:2015. Most had not read 9001:2015 so the discussion focused on what documents are required. The central theme to ISO 9001:2015 is Risk and this really moves...
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This Is The Conversation You Should Be Having With The Calibration Technician!

By The Metrologist
February 13, 2017

 
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FDA 483 Letters- 2016 review

By Phil Wiseman
February 06, 2017

        You really don't want to receive this letter from the FDA.
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Throw it out, it's cheaper than having it calibrated

By The Metrologist
January 30, 2017

    Throw it out, its cheaper than having it calibrated… Or is it? Time and time again, I’ve heard this line. There is a belief that somehow a calibration has an expiration date and is a guarantee that the item will be “in tolerance” until the...
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