PRIMARY GRAVIMETRIC
CALIBRATION SYSTEM

Dynamic Gravimetric Principle

Coriolis Flow Calibration – True dynamic mass flow measurement with ±0.02% expanded uncertainty

Our calibration services are unmatched in the metrology field and surpass all other flow calibration laboratories by offering a high-quality service with a faster turnaround time. Polycontrols mass flow calibration services support all major brands of Coriolis Flow Meters such as Micro-Motion & Endress + Hauser.

ISO/IEC 17025 : 2017 calibration report meeting the industry’s highest standards, including biomedical, pharmaceutical and aerospace regulatory requirements

Polycontrols metrologists and engineers have developed a primary standard flow calibration system based on the dynamic gravimetric principle. This high-precision ISO/IEC 17025 accredited calibration system has been primarily designed for the calibration of Coriolis mass flowmeters as its measurement is certified with an impressive ±0.02% expanded uncertainty. This calibration method offers many advantages over traditional start and stop systems; a calibration in true mass flow, eliminate response time issues & instability measurement, and a calibration with customer specific requirements with a total compliance to the product specifications.

Other advantages of Polycontrols service

  • 2-weeks standard turnaround time, expedited service available
  • Premium 0,05% tolerance calibration available
  • Density metering available
  • Adjustments for all major brands
    • Micro-Motion
    • Endress & Hauser
    • Siemens
    • Khrone
    • Tricor
    • And more
  • Volumetric calibration available with 0,021% O.R. expanded uncertainty

All our procedures are certified according to ISO / IEC 17025 standards for measurement in the range 0.378 kg / min to 1100 kg / min. Polycontrols also has the capability to calibrate Coriolis flow meters up to 4″ diameter fittings (or 10.16cm) at no extra charge, always with the same guarantee of satisfaction and compliance, an in accordance with the specific requirements of each of our customers.

Importance of the Calibration Measurement Uncertainty in Mass Flow Rate
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