Calibration Connect Ltd

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Calibration Information

Why Calibrate?

As equipment ages and is subjected to daily wear and tear (temperature and humidity changes, vibration, mis-handling, etc), equipment performance gradually degrades. At some point the equipment will become unfit for the purpose that it was intended. When this happens, your test results become unreliable (without you realising) causing possible safety issues, product design faults, and lower production quality.

Calibrating for Safe and Reliable Equipment

It is recommended that employers and employees should ensure that all test equipment is calibrated at regular intervals (multimeters, PAT and RCD/LOOP testers, Insulation testers etc). This ensures that the equipment being used is safe and reliable for the wellbeing of yourself, your co-workers, and your customers using your products and services.

Frequently Asked Questions

Please contact us if you have unanswered questions after visiting the Frequently Asked Questions.


The Glossary contains a list of terms, acronyms, units of measure, and more related to calibration, specifications, and certificates.