At Allometrics, we’ve been the leaders in the field of metrology for more than four decades. We specialize in Accredited Calibration services for gravimetric equipment.
The demand for volumetric measurements that provide greater accuracy for smaller instruments has dramatically increased across industries.
In order for your company to maintain optimum productivity, your equipment must perform accurately on every single measurement. This is why having your equipment calibrated to a national and international standards develops into an issue of productivity and profitability.
Let Allometrics help you ensure continuous productivity, reduce cost, and help you increase your equipment’s longevity.
By regularly scheduling gravimetric calibration service, you can:
- Maintain industry regulatory compliance
- Ensure continuous, accurate and reliable performance
- Prevent unexpected equipment downtime
- Reduce operational costs and stay within your budget
Allometrics offer a wide range of services for all your gravimetric needs. Here are some of our most sought out capabilities:
- Dead-weight Testers
- Load Cells
- Test weights
- Weight testers
- Weights/Weight Sets
- Counting Scales
Don’t see what you are looking for? Give us a call to learn more about our services.
Why Choose Allometrics
Allometrics is a top-rated ISO 17025 accredited laboratory!
We specialize in accurate, fast, and reliable gravimetric calibration services and have more than forty years of lab and field experience.
Our highly experienced technicians work out of our state-of-the-art climate-controlled laboratory. Our years of experience allows us to service gravimetric instruments such as dead-weight testers, load cells, balances, scales, counting scales, test weights, weight testers, and more. Best of all, our measurements are guaranteed to be traceable to NIST standards.
Along with our fast, personalized service, our calibrations include a detailed Certificate of Calibration that provides information regarding measurement traceability, accreditation, and instrument condition, including initial and final states and all out of tolerance and adjustments made during the calibration.