New Systems Allow for Streamlined Flow Meter, Vacuum, and Pressure Calibration

Chardon, Ohio, November 28, 2013- Today, e2b calibration, an ISO/IEC 17025 accredited calibration and repair laboratory located in Northeast Ohio, announced the development and implementation of several new internal software systems. The purpose of these new systems is to automate some of the calibration processes to increase throughput for the growing lab, further improve service quality, and provide faster turnarounds for customers seeking calibration of flow, vacuum, and pressure measurement instruments.

The technicians at e2b calibration have developed this technology to fully automate temperature and humidity control, as well as precision calibration of pressure gauges, flow meters, and vacuum equipment.  These systems will foster more efficient processes, allowing the lab to provide customers with high quality precision calibration with shorter turnaround times.

“With the automated processes we have put into place, we will be able to significantly increase our throughput and shorten turnaround times for our customers,” said John Moss, Lab Supervisor of e2b calibration. “With the considerable growth we have seen in recent years, having the ability to quickly complete calibrations while still offering our customers the highest quality of service is extremely important to us. With the automation we now have, we will not have to give up quality for the sake of speed.”

About e2b calibration:

Located in Northeast Ohio, e2b calibration is an ISO/IEC 17025 accredited calibration and repair laboratory providing a full scope of services (traceable to NIST) for most popular calibration, test, and measurement instruments services. Services are provided in our climate-controlled, state-of-the-art laboratory with on-site services, and local pick-up and delivery available on request. A cloud-based document and asset management portal provide customers with instant access to certificates of calibration, asset information, and reports.

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