Calibration of Analytical Instruments

In the chemistry and volume laboratory, based on the scope of work, certification and national and international standards for PH meter calibration, conductivity calibration, spectrophotometer calibration, refractometer calibration, hydrometer calibration, alcohol gauge calibration and volumetric container calibration by the best experts. Trained calibrated.

In the chemistry laboratory, this collection is calibrated with the reference materials made by MERCK factory in Germany and MILWAUKEE in Italy and other reputable brands, as well as hydrometers and reference calorimeters, as well as reference filters of various equipment.

Before using the secondary standard, its accuracy must be checked by the primary standard or the calibrated secondary standard. Depending on how often and how to use it, the calibration operation must be repeated constantly, because any type of calibration that has passed for some time loses its validity and needs to be calibrated again if the device is repaired or a part of it is replaced. Calibration can eliminate most of the causes of error and increase the accuracy and validity of pollutant measurements.

One of the most widely used equipment in this quantity is the pH meter. An acid meter, or pH meter, is a device used to measure the acidity or alkalinity of liquids. pH is a term used to describe the amount of hydrogen ion equivalent ions in solution. Measuring the acidity of liquids is used in many industries such as food, pharmaceutical, agricultural and livestock industries, refineries, industrial and medical laboratories and in other industries where acid measurement is required. pH is derived from the French word Hydrogen.

The term pH, which stands for Hydrogen and power, refers to the ionic strength of hydrogen in water. In other words, the ratio of ionized to non-ionized molecules in aqueous media is called pH. In fact, the percentage of acidity and alkalinity of water is called pH. The degree of acidity or alkalinity of water varies between zero and 14, and the number 7, which is the middle of it, means the border point or neutral, which means that the water is neither acidic nor alkaline.

Rose Calibration Company in Melbourne, Australia with over ten years of experience in calibration of different chemistry and biology laboratories provides all calibration, maintenance, and repair services throughout Australia. We calibrate:

  • pH meter
  • Conductometer
  • Pipette
  • Analytical Balances
  • UV/Vis Spectrophotometer
  • Centrifuges
  • Tachometers and timing devices
  • Calibration of Gas and Smoke Sensors

If you live in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Geelong, and Brisbane, you can receive your quote in less than two hours by fill-up the form via the “Booking” link.

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