Since 1920 when it became obvious force measuring systems of engineering materials strength testing machines and metal hardness testers should be periodically calibrated, Morehouse Instrument Co. developed and perfected instruments and machines for that purpose. In later years with the advent of rocket and jet engines and the need for precise measurement of thrust generated by these engines, Morehouse further designed and developed instruments and machines for the calibration of those thrust measuring systems. Today, Morehouse is the world leader in precise and unquestionable force measurements and force calibration with all calibrations traceable directly to the National Institute of Standards and technology and certified accordingly.
Morehouse Instrument Co. can be of service to you whether you want to establish your complete in house force standards laboratory or require periodic calibration of your load cells or other force measuring instruments from .1lbf to 2,250,000 lbf. Offering Dead Weight Calibration up to 120,000 lbf.
In 2004 Morehouse Instrument Company finished construction of its new force calibration lab. This lab features a 120,000 LBF Morehouse Dead Weight Machine which allows us to get and give the best possible calibration to our customer. Not only does this new machine allow us to give our customer the best possible calibration, it also allows us to calibrate primary standards up to 120,000 lbf at a fraction of the cost other calibration labs charge.
In 2010 Morhouse Instrument Company finished construction of its Primary Torque calibration lab. The torque machine built by NPL gives Morehouse the privilege of being the second most accurate laboratory in the world for torque calibrations from 1 N-m through 2000 N-m. (PTB has the lowest overall uncertainty)
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Telephone (717) – 843 –0081
FAX (717) 846-4193
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