Pressure Calibration

Pressure calibration is the process of diagnosing, adjusting and verifying equipment and software used to measure pressure. In the process of pressure calibration equipment is tested to ensure it conforms to industry standards by comparing the output pressure of a device in relation to the pressure measurement industry standard. Pressure measurement equipment and devices can be separated into two different categories, namely mechanical and electronic. Types of pressure equipment that has to be frequently calibrated includes Hydrostatic gauges, pitot tubes, pistons, manometers, McLeod gauges and Aneroid gauges. Pressure calibration is performed in the fields of water management, energy and utilities, agriculture, pharmaceutical and aerospace.