Calibration Capability by Discipline
DEW POINT CALIBRATION
Trescal offers Dew Point Calibration services that are accredited in accordance with ISO/IEC 17025:2017. Dew Point Calibration is a vital service for many clients in the life sciences, pharmaceutical manufacturing, aerospace and defense, and medical/industrial gas industries.
Dew Point Calibration services include:
- Dew point sensors
- Dew point transmitters
- Dew point meters and probes
- Moisture meters
Trescal can calibrate from -80°C to +20°C dew point for a range of manufacturers, including:
- GE Panametrics
- And many more
Humidity & Dew Point Sensors
Combining the capabilities of a Thunder Scientific Two-Pressure Humidity Generator, Michell DCS Dew Point Calibration System and Chilled Mirror reference hygrometer (calibrated directly by NIST), Trescal provides calibration services for a variety of precision Hygrometers, Humidity Indicators & Dew Point Sensors from ambient to cryogenic temperatures.
- Dew Point sensors ranging -110° C to +20° C
- RH from 0%—95% at 0.5% accuracy
- Quick turnaround & less cost with scheduled service
- Wide variety of makes & models serviced
- NIST Traceable or ISO/IEC17025 Accredited Certificates
Dew Point Calibration for Specific Models
What is Dew Point Calibration?
Dew Point Calibration is the process of ensuring devices that measure dew point are performing optimally. These devices are most often dew point sensors, meters, probes and data loggers, moisture meters transmitters, and hygrometers.
What industries require Dew Point Calibration?
Dew Point Calibration is critical for many industries, including pharmaceutical manufacturing, aerospace and defense, life sciences, and medical/industrial gas industries.
How is a dew point sensor calibrated?
Dew point sensors and other similar devices are calibrated using several machines including a Chilled Mirror Reference Hygrometer, Thunder Scientific Two-Pressure Humidity Generator and Michell DCS Dew Point Calibration System. The capabilities of these are combined to calibrate from -80°C to +20°C dew point.
How do I know if my dew point device needs calibration?
As a general rule, sensitive equipment like those used to measure dew point should be calibrated periodically to ensure they are functioning correctly.
What accreditation does Trescal have for Dew Point Calibration?
Each Trescal U.S. Calibration facility is an accredited laboratory. A2LA is a third-party body that performs accreditations to various international standards, ensuring an unbiased and objective evaluation of Trescal’s functions. View accreditations by lab.