Accredited Lab vs Accredited Calibration
Many customers have asked us what the difference is between an accredited calibration and an accredited lab. Read More
Changes to Transcat Service Levels
Several changes are being implemented to Transcat's service levels. We will try to answer some of the resulting questions in this FAQ. Read More
Transcat's Calibration Service Levels
Transcat offers several service levels to accommodate the varying quality system requirements a customer may have regarding calibration. Read More
Differences Between ISO-17025 vs. ANSI Z540.3
This white paper covers some Frequently Asked Questions we receive from customers about the differences between ISO-17025:2017 vs. ANSI Z540.3. Read More
Q & A Session with Howard Zion, Director of Service Application Engineering
Learn more about the recent accreditation changes being implemented.
Understand the impact of these changes to traceability and decision rules.
Follow along as we wrap up with detailed discussion around guard banding.
Featured White Papers
PCS: What does this term on my report mean?
This is a new term that refers to the Probability of Compliance to the Specification. Very simply, it is an indicator that tells you when you may have more measurement risk than you can accept.
What are the Benefits of Transcat's PCS Tool?
The PCS service feature is a unique offering you will find only at Transcat. It is effective in normalizing all of your calibration data to help equipment users determine when measurement risk situations exist.
Who's Making Decisions About Your Decision Rule?
A Decision Rule, as related to calibration, is meant to clarify to all parties involved (within your organization and external to your organization) the component of your quality system that notifies you when an impact analysis needs to take place.