on temperature measurement
COFRAC calibration from -95°C to 1350°C
Because we want to differentiate ourselves through the quality of our products, we have integrated a calibration laboratory on our site with strong expertise in temperature measurement. This uses proven and validated methods, such as fixed point calibration or comparison calibration.
Our experts support you with all your calibration requests from -95°C to 1350°C.
Our laboratory is COFRAC accredited over a temperature range of -95°C to 1350°C according to the NF EN ISO CEI 17025 standard and acts as an independent laboratory to carry out the calibration of temperature sensors.
Upon request, we will provide you with a calibration certificate.
Calibrations are carried out with complete impartiality, integrity and confidentiality.Link to our COFRAC accreditation: accreditation 2-6875
Comment fonctionne un laboratoire accrédité COFRAC ?
01 Regulated access
The temperature calibration laboratory, created in 1992, is an independent service which carries out its services in a spirit of strict impartiality, integrity and confidentiality. Thus, access to the laboratory is strictly regulated under the responsibility of authorized personnel.
02 High-performance installations
Ovens, thermostatic controlled baths, fixed point cells are part of the lab equipment.
In order to guarantee the conformity of the results provided by the laboratory, all measuring equipment is regularly checked and characterized.
03 A proven methodology
Main calibration methodology is based on comparison to a reference sensor Thus, all our reference measurement sensors are compared to a national reference measurement sensor.
For each type of product (thermocouples or resistance probes) and for each environment (bath, oven, fixed point, etc.) the calibrations are carried out according to our internal procedures.
04 Validated results
The conformity of laboratory results is verified by:
- internal comparisons (different resources and personnel)
- inter-laboratory comparisons
- deep knowledge of uncertainty calculations