Height Gauge Calibration
AMECaL is a precision calibration laboratory specialised in Height Gauge calibration services. We have over 15 years of experience in working with measuring equipment. Our dedicated team of experts has deep knowledge and experience in repair and calibration services, including all types, makes and models of Height Gauges.
One of the best instruments to measure height of an object is called a Height Gauge. This kind of tool is often used in metalworking or metrology to set or measure vertical distances. Smaller versions of these instruments are used by health care industry in medical clinics and surgeries. In this case they are called stadiometers and are used to measure height of people/patients.
Our laboratory works with customers all around the world. We are ISO/IEC 17025:2017 accredited by Perry Johnson Laboratory Accreditation, Inc which is the highest award that could be achieved in the field of calibration. AMECaL understands that every customer has its own custom requirements and that is why we decided to offer two types of services to our clients. Our laboratory can calibrate Height Gauge in accordance to the ISO 17025 international standard (ISO 17025 Height Gauge calibration) or the British National Standard (traceable Height Gauge calibration).
We advise to remember about one of the most important things in terms of working with any measuring instruments. Due to external conditions like temperature, humidity and pressure these kind of tools can lose their precision and accuracy over time. It is recommended to perform professional calibration every 6 – 12 months to ensure that the equipment is always in good working order.
AMECaL is also a brand of professional electrical and environmental test equipment. We sell one of the best measuring tools available on the market. Our laboratory takes an active part in research and development of new tools. Our company is equipped with high-end calibrators that cannot be found anywhere else.
Our team of experts understand that every customer has custom requirements and that is why we are always open for custom quotes.