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Calibration – What & Why?

Calibration is process of comparing an item against a standard of know accuracy, with the aim of minimizing measurement uncertainty. Calibration quantifies errors or uncertainties in a measurement process to an acceptable level.

Calibration may be required for the following reasons:

Our Service

With over 30 years experience, Gwentec are able to provide traceable calibration services both in house or on-site, for most types of industry with our specialty in Pharmaceuticals.

We provide a transparent, detailed and reliable service that has assisted many of our customers during audits from their clients and regulatory bodies.

For clients who require assistance in calibration management we also provide a service for creating technical agreements and can advise on specifying calibration requirements

Furthermore, Calibration contracts are available on request from individual items right up to complete sites.

Full documentation including copies of test equipment calibration certificates, training records, procedures etc are provided on request.

Our knowledge of pharmaceutical dress requirements SOPs, change control and recording requirements enables us to carry out calibration work efficiently and with minimum customer assistance.

In House Calibration

From our in house calibration lab, our qualified staff can carry out calibration services on a wide range of your instruments.

We are also able to offer an express calibration service at and additional cost.

For more details or a quotation for in house calibrations please contact us.

On Site Calibration

In addition to our in house service we are also able to offer on-site calibrations, where one or more (job depending) of our qualified staff will visit your facility to carry out calibration services on your equipment.

For more details or a quotation for on-site calibrations please contact us.


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