In-House Instrument Calibration Services
Transcat offers a variety of service types to accommodate our varying customer requirements. From pickup and delivery to expedited services to mobile calibration, we can meet your critical needs. Read More
Onsite Calibration Service
With our network of labs, Transcat can offer the same high quality calibration services at your facility. Whether a single event or if you in the market for our Perma-Cal, permanent onsite solution, we can help. Read More
Automated Mass Calibration
Transcat Canada has the only automated robot in Canada to perform mass calibrations. Read More
Canadian Lab Locations
Our labs have one of the broadest calibration capabilities in the industry. We can calibrate dozens instrument types from most manufacturers across a variety of disciplines, including reference capabilities.. Read More
Accreditation Resource Page
A change is being implemented to the way accredited calibrations are being performed. These changes are a result of ILAC P14, ISO 17025:2017, and NIST’s Policy on Traceability all require that calibrations that do not include reported measurement uncertainties prevent the respective instrument from propagating traceability. These changes along with the requirements of Z540.3-2006 have necessitated changes to accredited calibrations. This page has a collection of resources to help you understand how this may impact you.
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Measurements Reported Out of Context
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