Calibrators or process calibrators are used for basic measuring, testing and regulation techniques for setting and verifying test installations and instrumentation. Calibrators have different magnitudes that should be attributed to normal measurement signals. These measurement signals or regulated magnitudes are denominated as the test signal, which our calibrators can provide. They are defined as 0 to 20mA, 4 to 20mA, 0 to 10V and 0.2 to 1 bar. These magnitudes signify for example temperature, output or settings of a test valve (0 to 100% of valve opening). This signifies that for a regulating signal of 50% (eg. 10mA) with an input range of 0 to 20mA in a test valve, the valve opening will be set at 50%. As these correlations are very important for a good functioning test and the transmission of process signals, all measurement instruments and regulations should have been previously calibrated with our calibrators. Instruments that are already functioning should be verified regularly and, if necessary, recalibrated wth process calibrators, ensuring the level of quality desired. Easy to handle devices or instrumentation such as infrared thermometers or sound meters can be and should be verified regularly with temperature or sound calibrators when a variation is suspected to be erroneous. Our high quality calibrators offers these possibilities to experts in measurement techniques, testing and regulation or in quality control at an excellent price for the quality of the product, which is not necessarily the case with other manufacturers. If you can't find the calibrators you are looking for, please contact us and we will help you find the best solution to suit your needs by calling our offices on: 09020607000and our technical staff will advise you regarding our measuring instruments.