Equipment calibration form is a form that is used during a calibration test of a particular instrument, tool or device. The form can be used to note the comparison between the measurement value gained from the reading of the calibrated equipment and the measurement value gained from a device that is used to calibrate that equipment. The aim of an equipment calibration test is to make sure that the calibrated equipment works precisely and properly and that it conforms to the standard. There are two reasons why a certain instrument, tool or device needs calibrating: first, to make sure that there is nothing wrong with it; second, to make sure that it can be used in an event where very precise measurement and calibration is needed. An equipment calibration form may not be needed if the test is only conducted once; however, because it is impossible to ascertain the equipment’s accuracy without conducting multiple tests to gain multiple calibration results, in a calibration task, this form is always needed. This Word template is useful because it allows the preparation of an equipment calibration form to be easy and quick.
Who Needs This Equipment Calibration Form Template?
The following people will benefit from using this template.
1. People who want to conduct the calibration test on their own.
Shop owners who wish to calibrate their scales using another scale that has been confirmed to be in concordance with the standard can use this template to create a calibration form.
2. Specialists working in a laboratory where calibration test takes place.
Some instruments and devices are so bulky and complicated that they often have to be sent to a laboratory in order to be calibrated. Specialists working in that lab can also use this template to create the necessary calibration test form.
What Does This Equipment Calibration Form Template Contain?
This equipment calibration form template contains fields describing the following aspects of the test.
1. The description, ID number and other pieces of information about the calibrated equipment.
2. The condition of the environment when calibration test is carried out, including atmospheric condition, pressure, humidity, etc.
3. Calibration procedures and used medium.
4. Calibration check points, which consist of a series of calibration values gained from the reading of the calibrated equipment and those gained from the reading of a standard calibrating equipment.
5. Reports of any previous calibration tests.
Below is a calibration form template you can download and use for free.
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