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Calibration and FDA 483 Letters in 2020

Background

In the event of a violation of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, depending on...

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What is the difference between a Feeler Gage and a Radius Gage?

Most people know that gages are devices used to provide precise measurements. These are...

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Calibration Due Dates: Is Your Auditor Wrong?

As an ISO17025 accredited calibration laboratory we often receive flow down questions from our...

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What Does The Red Calibration Sticker Mean?

Calibration is complete and you received your measurement & test equipment and are ready to...

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Some Serious Issues with Torque Wrench Calibration

Do you calibrate torque wrenches?

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Reference Only or Calibrate?

Is calibration required or should it be marked reference only?

What is the difference between...

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Out of Tolerance or Meets Specifications?

 

When measurement and test equipment are sent out for calibration most customers of calibration...

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Calibrations Due: Whose Job Is it?

 

I recently received an email from a customer that was upset because they found a gage that was...

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3 Reasons You Get Mad At Your Calibration Company And How To Fix Them.

Why didn't they do what I expected them to do? Are they trying to make me mad on purpose? Having...

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What Air Balancers Need To Know About Accuracy, Tolerance and Resolution.

Air balancing is a crucial step in assuring the efficiency of your heating, ventilation, and air...

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