Burns Engineering Announces Expanded Temperature Calibration Capability

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Burns Engineering's Temperature Calibration Lab has Expanded it's Capabilities to Include 6 Point, 500°C ITS-90 Calibrations. Visit http://www.burnsengineering.com/calibration to find out more.

NVLAP Accredited Calibrations (Lab code 200706)

Accredited Temperature Calibrations up to 500°C

To get the most out of your PRT, a calibration from -196°C to 500°C is ideal

Burns Engineering is pleased to introduce the expansion of its Temperature Calibration range. With calibration capability to 500°C, Burns Engineering extends the calibration range from -196°C to 500°C. In addition to the current capability of 3 or 5 point calibrations, Burns’ expanded offering now includes 6 point temperature calibrations adding subrange 7 coefficients per the ITS-90 Platinum RTD deviation function. This full range approach provides the Metrology Lab Technician confidence over the entire ~700°C range.

NIST traceable - Accredited Calibration over a variety of temperature range spans has been a hallmark capability of Burns for many years. This extended range pushes the breadth of the service to stay in alignment with the ever growing demand for accuracy and precision in the Process Industry.

Visit Burns' Options Page to view all available Calibration options.                                                                                                

About Burns Engineering:
Since 1960, Burns Engineering has been an industry leader in the design and manufacture of temperature measurement products for the Process, OEM and Metrology industries. Burns designs custom temperature measurement solutions to meet safety, process efficiency and product quality needs. Products include RTDs, Secondary SPRTs, Thermocouples, Thermowells, Transmitters and NVLAP Accredited Calibrations (Lab Code 200706). Learn more about Burns Engineering at http://www.burnsengineering.com or contact directly at info(at)burnsengineering(dot)com or 800-328-3871.

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