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They say a broken clock will tell the correct time twice a day. A thermometer will only measure the correct temperature if it calibrated correctly. Thermosensors must be calibrated if you want the right temperature reading each time.

Thermometers are usually calibrated by putting them in an environment where the temperature does not vary and comparing their output to a calibrated reference thermometer.  A calibration company can offer 3 general classes of heat sources an industrial heat sources: a dry-well calibrator or a micro-bath for field use and a fluid baths and thermometer furnaces for laboratory use; and fixed-point cells for calibrations.

A calibration company offers a range of reference thermometers and thermometer data instruments. Also, they can provide a suite of laboratory and field solutions for calibrating the electronics utilized in temperature measuring sensors.

Calibration of thermometers that are tested outside of a laboratory that is from industrial to portable temperature is calibrated with accuracies starting from  5°C to 0.5 °C.  Portable heat sources offer stable temperatures, whereas portable thermometer data and thermometer standards will offer reference temperatures outside that offered from the heat source.

Laboratory temperature calibration of reference-grade platinum resistive temperature detector, thermistors, and noble-metal thermocouples. A highly stable and standard temperature baths and horizontal furnaces for high temperatures that are mandatory for thermocouples area unit used in combination with reference thermometers and high-accuracy thermometer data.  These systems will offer calibration accuracies of 0.5 °C to 0.02 °C.

Fixed-point temperature activity uses fixed-point cells, like the triple point of water, that offers extraordinarily accurate and verifiable temperature in a laboratory setting.  Systems such as these are used for calibrating noble-metal thermocouples and can reach +/- 0.001 °C accuracy.

It can be a challenge to calibrate a temperature detector.  The vital to know the thermometer being calibrated.  Just as important is to make sure thermosensors are kept in calibration to maintain the accuracy of the sensor.  Finding a dependable calibration company is just imperative.  Doing so will ensure that your thermosensor’s temperature reading is right each time.