Our office is open on Monday through Friday between the hours of 08.30 and 16.30 but we close weekends and public holidays.
Alpine Components Ltd
Innovation Centre, Highfield Drive
|After extended usage or long periods of time, the accuracy and reliability of any product can naturally decline, which is why we think it's important to send equipment back to the manufacturer for calibration on an annual basis.|
Only the original manufacturer has the apparatus, expertise, replacement parts and software to calibrate, repair and service their products without voiding the warranty or causing more problems.
Their trained technicians run through an exhaustive series of tests and adjustments to ensure that measurements are correct and stable in as many environmental conditions as possible.
|Components showing signs of wear and tear are often replaced at no extra charge but major repairs are quoted separately after inspection and only undertaken with the customer's approval.|
The device firmware is also updated to the most recent version, which can sometimes fix bugs, implement new features or optimise performance.
After all of the above work is complete, a new calibration certificate is issued by the manufacturer as evidence that the equipment conforms to its original specifications, which is necessary for any company that is periodically audited.
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.