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When accurate data is critical...

...TSI has the instrumentation - and the knowledge - that you need.

Need to Perform Validation or Calibration?

Prevent Data Quality Issues by Validating the Performance of Your Instruments in the FieldWhen accurate data is critical, regular instrument validations provide the confidence you need.

When accurate data is critical, regular instrument validations provide the confidence you need.

What is Validation? While most of us assume that all “calibrated” instruments are providing accurate data, the formal definition of calibration simply means a comparison of an instrument to a reference. Formally, “calibration” includes no decision on whether the unit passes or fails, and no adjustments to bring a failing unit up to passing.

A ‘validation’, then, is when a unit is compared to a reference, and a pass/fail decision is made as to continued use.

Conducting a validation is a valuable way for users to gain insights into instrument performance, and confidence in data quality. As such, validations are required by some standards, and are common practice in numerous particle measurement applications.

 

Avoid the Downtime Imposed by Sending Your Instrument in for CalibrationWhen accurate data is critical, rely on your proven calibration partner for a professional calibration setup onsite.

When accurate data is critical, rely on your proven calibration partner for a professional calibration setup onsite.

You need accurate data, but the downtime imposed by a formal calibration is incompatible with your needs. In such high-uptime settings, an on-site or regional calibration bench can be invaluable. Equipping yourself to perform professional calibrations puts you in the driver’s seat of your data quality, and your timeline.

TSI is the reference for particle number concentration measurements, and offers instrumentation that is already in use by National Standards & Metrology Institutes (NIST) and other leading authorities.