What you need to know about Pressure Gauge Calibration

To start off our discussion of calibration and its importance we should first start with a clear definition.  Calibration is a comparison between measurements - one of known magnitude or correctness made or set with one device and another measurement made in as similar a way as possible and with a second device.  The device with the known or assigned accuracy is called the standard.  The second device is the unit under test.  There are a couple of different methods of collecting calibration data; Cardinal Point Calibration and, Nominal Point Calibration.  For the…Read more

Our First Blog!!

Welcome to the Cameron Instruments blog.  This is the beginning of a blog where content matters, quality counts and the information you get is designed to answer your questions about instrumentation.  We will address different instrumentation and calibration subjects and hope to provide you with valuable information to help you in your endeavors.  Cameron Instruments is a customer service based company representing suppliers from all over the world.  We will regularly engage these suppliers to provide information about their products and applications with guest blog spots.  Our calibration lab will also contribute to…Read more