TestEquity UK

UKAS Accredited Calibration Lab

Calibration is increasingly important as international requirements become stricter. Compliance and qualification testing need traceable proof of the performance of the equipment used for testing and measurement.

From DC - 67 GHz

Fully traceable standard & UKAS test & measurement calibrations from DC up to 67 GHz.

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As a leading test & measurement equipment supplier and consultant, we are more than happy to help.

2 Day Turnaround

Are you looking for a fast calibration service? We offer a 2 working day turnaround calibration service.

Calibration Capabilities

This table shows our current capabilities. For more information, please get in touch by phone or email. We’d be more than happy to help.

Standard Calibration
UKAS Calibration
Audio Analysers
✅ Up to 1 GHz
✅ Up to 1 GHz
Continuity Testers
Current Clamps & Clamp Meters
Data Loggers
Earth Resistance Testers
Function Generators
✅ Up to 1 GHz
✅ Up to 1 GHz
Hipot Testers
✅ Up to 40 kV
✅ Up to 40 kV
Insulation Resistance Testers
Leakage Current Testers
Loop/Line Impedance Testers
Medical Safety Testers
Multifunction Testers
Network Analysers
✅ Up to 67 GHz
✅ Up to 18 GHz
✅ Up to 26.5 GHz
✅ Up to 18 GHz
Panel Meters
PAT Testers
Power Harmonic Analysers
Power Meters
Power Sensors
✅ Up to 67 GHz
✅ Up to 18 GHz
Power Supplies
✅ Up to 1,000 Volts
✅ Up to 1,000 Volts
Process Calibrators
Radio Communication Test Sets
✅ Up to 1 GHz
✅ Up to 1 GHz
RCD or GFCI Testers
Spectrum Analysers
✅ Up to 67 GHz
✅ Up to 18 GHz
Signal Generators
✅ Up to 67 GHz
✅ Up to 18 GHz
Thermocouples & RTDs
Three-phase Power Meters
Watt Meters

Frequently Asked Questions

How often does my instrument need calibrating?

Measurement instruments are usually calibrated annually, people/companies do this because it is easy to schedule. This may not necessarily be the best approach to take, most test instruments will drift over time, the newer the instrument the more frequently it needs to be calibrated, until its ability to reproduce measurements over a period of time has been established and is well understood. A user might estimate a suitable recalibration frequency, based on previous experience of similar instruments used in similar environments, but it is only when the actual data from a series of successive calibrations of a particular instrument has been properly analysed that a meaningful recalibration frequency can be determined for that particular instrument.

 What does traceability of calibration mean?

To provide confidence in the validity of the test equipment calibration results they must be traceable. This means the results on the instrument(s) calibration certificate need to be traceable to the standard used, and the results on the certificate for the standard are in turn traceable to the standard used for its calibration.

Do I need to get my instrument(s) calibrated?

Not necessarily, but if your test equipment isn’t measuring accurately then you won’t receive correct measurement readings. Calibrations can be costly and that is one of the main factors when it comes to deciding not to calibrate your instrument(s). However, there can be even bigger costs when it comes to using an un-calibrated instrument such as product re-calls, how does the cost of a product recall stack up against the cost of calibrating an instrument(s). 


ISO/IEC 17025:2017

Our calibration laboratory has been assessed and accredited by UKAS in accordance with the international accreditation standard ISO/IEC 17025:2017.

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