AMECaL is a laboratory specialised in manometer calibration. Our company is accredited with ISO/IEC 17025:2017 by Perry Johnson Laboratory Accreditation, Inc and it is the highest quality label that can be achieved in this field. AMECaL takes an active role in research and development process of new high accuracy test instruments. We developed one of the best calibrators that can not be found anywhere else. AMECaL is also a brand of professional electrical and environmental equipment that is used by people around the world.
One of the most useful tools to measure gas pressure is a manometer. Pressure is exerted on one end of a U-shaped tube partially filled with liquid; the liquid is displaced upwards on the other side of the tube by a distance proportional to the pressure difference on each side of the tube.
There are many different types of these instruments and they are categorised by their use. Open manometer is useful to measure gas pressure that is relative to atmospheric pressure. A mercury manometer measures gas pressure as the high of a fluid column of mercury that the gas sample supports. An oil manometer works in similar way to mercury manometer but measures height of oil fluid column instead.
All test and measuring equipment should be re-calibrated over time. Due to incorrect human handling or differences in temperature and humidity any tool can lose its accuracy and precision. It is advisable to calibrate the instrument every 6 – 12 months to be absolutely sure that it always stays in proper working order. AMECaL is the solution for this problem. We hold internationally recognised award in this field of work and perform our services to the highest possible standard.
AMECaL offers professional manometer calibration services in accordance to the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 international standard (ISO 17025 manometer calibration) or the British National Standard (traceable manometer calibration). Our dedicated team of technicians have over 15 years of experience of working with different makes and models of manometers.