Service & Calibration
Checkline offers repair and calibration services by highly trained technicians for the following products:
- Tension Meters
- Wall Thickness Gauges
- Coating Thickness Gauges
- Wire Terminal Testers
- Force Gauges (Capacities greater than 100 lb / 50 kg are additional cost)
- Torque Testers (Capacities greater than 100 lb-ft / 135 Nm are additional cost)
To return your instrument for service or calibration please fill-out the form below:
Ship Instruments to:
Attn: Service Dept
600 Oakland Ave.
Cedarhurst, NY 11516
$95/hour for labor + material cost, we will send a quote for approval after evaluation
NIST Traceable Calibration with Before & After Data $150*, **
*Wire Terminal Testers, Torque Testers, FH Series & QuintSonic Thickness Testers are an additional $50
**Bolt Tension Meters, Flaw Detectors, Adhesion Testers, Dew Points and other gauges have a higher calibration cost, we will quote before proceeding.
Electromatic Equip't Co. is not ISO-17025 accredited however we do offer ISO-17025 accredited calibration through our partner laboratory. Please contact us for details.
$75 + Return Shipping for items returned unrepaired or not traded-in
How often should I send my gauge in for calibration?
Calibration intervals for gauge recertification are ultimately determined by the customer. While many companies send their gauges in for annual certification, the frequency should be based on your internal quality guidelines and policies.
Four primary factors that should influence the decision are:
- How frequently the gauge is being used
- The physical condition of the gauge
- The application being measured
- Environment, storage and handling practices
We recommend customers establish certification intervals based upon their own experience and work environment. A gauge used frequently, in a harsh environment may require a shorter certification interval than a gauge used less frequently and handled with care.
Based on our product knowledge, historical data and customer feedback, a one year calibration interval from the date of calibration, date of purchase, or date of receipt is a typical starting point.