Use this option to get an online quotation for your calibration, with the option to complete the booking.
Alternatively call us on 888 206 4377 or email email@example.com and we will make all the arrangements.
Once you have a price for calibration, either through the online quotation or by direct contact, you just need to return the equipment to us - remember to include the Calibrator if you have one.
For most areas we can arrange for the equipment to be collected from you, so all you need to do is box it up and let us know it is ready.
A free quotation will be provided for any faults found during the calibration process before the work is carried out. If you decide not to go ahead then there will be no charge.
Noise Meters can arrange for the service and calibration of Casella, Pulsar and Cirrus Sound Level Meters, Acoustic Calibrators and dBadge Noise Dosimeters. It is advisable to have the calibration of noise monitoring equipment checked each year or as required by any regulations that your measurements follow. For more information please visit our Calibration Help page.
The standard calibration that we offer is traceable to British National Standards. The equipment will undergo detailed testing to ensure that it meets the relevant standards. For sound level meters and noise dosimeters, these tests include the frequency responses (A, C, Z), time responses (fast, slow, impulse) and linearity of the meter.
If you need a UKAS (NAMAS) accredited calibration then this can also be arranged for most of the Casella, Cirrus and Pulsar sound level meters, noise dosimeters and acoustic calibrators. A UKAS certificate is not included in the standard "Traceable Calibration" described above. Please contact us for more details and for a quotation.
As well as having your sound level meter verified, many regulations state that you should also use a sound level calibrator (or acoustic calibrator) to check the general performance of the meter just before making important measurements. The calibrator emits an accurate and stable tone. It is placed over the microphone so that the user can check the meter's performance or, with the more advanced meters, it can check itself.
For more information, please visit our Sound Calibrators page.