We are open on weekdays between 08:30 - 16:30 but close on public holidays and weekends.
Alpine Components Ltd
Innovation Centre, Highfield Drive
|After extended usage and long periods of time, the accuracy and reliability of any instrument can naturally decline, which is why we send customers' equipment back to the manufacturer every year for calibration.|
Only the original manufacturer has the tools, parts, software and expertise to calibrate and repair their products without voiding the warranty.
Their trained technicians carry out an exhaustive series of tests and adjustments that ensure measurements are correct and consistent in many types of environmental conditions.
|Components showing signs of wear and tear are often replaced at no extra charge during a service, but substantial repairs are quoted separately and only carried out with the customer's approval.|
The firmware is also updated to the latest version, which will normally fix bugs, increase performance or implement new features and functionality.
After all of this work, a new calibration certificate is issued by the manufacturer, which verifies that the equipment conforms to its original specifications, which is critical for any organisation that's periodically audited by an independent body.
Arrange an annual calibration of your IR camera to ensure that temperature measurements are accurate and repeatable, as well as maintain the condition of internal and external components that can degrade and impact on performance.
We can also service ultrasonic thickness gauges, which is carried out by the manufacturer using equipment that's traceable to national standards and provides a new calibration certificate.
We recommend calibrating ultrasonic detectors (such as the Ultraprobe) every 12 months to keep the equipment in good condition and ensure that decibel readings and trends can be relied upon.