Calibration Guideline: Euramet CG-18 - Specifications, Options and Implementation of the Guideline by Sartorius
Weighing instruments should be calibrated regularly in order to guarantee precise, reliable and traceable measurement results of the highest level of quality. The EURAMET cg-18 calibration guide was developed by leading European metrology institutes with the aim of harmonizing calibrations of electronic non-automatic weighing instruments (NAWI) at an international level.
In most countries, Sartorius follows the EURAMET cg-18 calibration guide for both accredited and non-accredited calibrations and is constantly expanding this option to more countries.
Download this white paper to learn about the calibration guideline, measurements carried out as part of the calibration process and specifications Sartorius makes regarding proper calibration of weighing equipment.
Commonly Asked Questions:
- How often should a weighing instrument be calibrated?
- Frequency of balance calibration depends on a variety of factors. It is important to follow manufacturer minimum guidelines for calibration. However, additional calibration will likely be needed depending on frequency of use, importance of exact precision to your business and the environment in which the instrument is used and/or stored.