Meyer Gage calibration services are available for both new and used pin gages. In addition we offer calibration on other styles of O.D. and I.D. gages including trilock, taperlock, progressive, master setting discs, and ring gages. Calibration services are performed in our dedicated, fully-automated climate controlled inspection room to promote the highest levels of gaging and measurement reliability standards while delivering the lowest level of measurement uncertainty than any other time in our 50 year history.
To sustain these high levels of reliability, this inspection station is housed within a new 20′ x 44′ laboratory which includes a custom designed HVAC system with a microprocessor-based environmental management system to allow for more precise temperature and humidity control. Environment is maintained at 68° degree Fahrenheit (+/- 0.5°) 24/7 365 days a year. The laboratory has successfully completed an A2LA evaluation process and accreditation has been granted Certificate Number 3340.01 per ISO/IEC 17025:2005 standards.
Certificate of Class / Conformance
- This is basically a generic slip of paper which states that the gage has been made to applicable industrial standards and measured with tools which are dimensionally traceable to the national standards, in this case N.I.S.T.
- The paper does not state the gage size.
- The paper does not identify the applicable standards.
- The paper does not provide adequate traceability of the reference standards to the national standards.
- The paper is mostly a manufacturer’s disclaimer and statement of warranty limitations.
- The paper is printed in bulk and is fully generic and interchangeable for any gage shipped by the gage maker.
Gage Certificate of Calibration
Furnished with readings that are 5 or 6 decimal places to the right of the decimal point depending on the class and type of gage. For example, calibration of pin gages include 3 measurements per gage performed at the center and 1/16″ in from the edge of the radius at both ends of the gage. Serial numbers are recorded on gage pins over .060″. Our inspection process exceeds the B89.1.5-1998 standard specifically for Class ZZ tolerance gages which states due to typical usage and economics only two measurements 1/4 inch in from each end, unless otherwise specified.
Note “In tolerance conditions are based on test results falling within specified limits with no reduction by the uncertainty of the measurement.”