With a weight of fewer than 36 lbs, the Morehouse Portable Calibrator allows on-site calibration of load cells, force gauges, hand held force gauge, button load cells, and other force measuring instrumentation.
What happens when torque is not applied properly. Do you even know if your wrenches are capable of applying the correct torque? This blog explains over and under torquing as well as something called back torquing. Back torquing is when you have no idea that a particular wrench is applying a torque in the opposite direction, resulting in inaccurate torque values being applied to the fastener.
Load Cell Creep is the change in load cell signal occurring with time while under load. This post discusses the three common load cell creep definitions with some humor. Morehouse sell good load cells that have very low creep.
The right requirements, equipment, and requirements are essential to lowering your measurement risk. This blog explains all three requirements in great detail.
Have you ever heard the term measurement risk? It is a real term that may make the difference from a $ 500 loss to hundreds of thousands, or hundreds of millions in losses. When things work, no one really thinks about risk, when they do not, everyone is to blame. This article examines what measurement risk is and why you should care about it.
There’s a question I’ve heard asked more often than it should be: "How should I treat measurement uncertainty contributed by the resolution of a device?"
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This document is intended to help properly specify what you may need for ISO/IEC 17025 accredited ASTM E74 calibrations to ensure you are getting exactly what you need
Since I became involved in the calibration industry in 1972, calibration interval has been a common topic of interest and confusion. I was asked to write an article for the newsletter & blog, and after some thought, I determined there was no need. Many people have published excellent content on the subject: