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PH Meter Calibration
Due to heightened quality requirements from regulatory bodies such as the FDA, from customers and from internal quality assurance guidelines, equipment calibration is more important than ever. As an FDA-regulated company, you may be audited for your compliance with FDA regulatory requirements – either GLP (Good Laboratory Practices) or GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices). The FDA requires that the display accuracy of all instruments that have an effect on the quality of your product be verified (calibrated) over a specified interval of time.

pH meters and probes are sensitive electronic devices that are often subjected to harsh chemical exposure and transport from laboratory to laboratory. It is critical that the functionality of these instruments is verified regularly. Unnoticed deviations can have a serious effect on the quality of your product whether it be cell culture or clinical assay

Biometrix provides on-site pH meter calibration using high accuracy, NIST traceable documenting process calibrators. Our documenting process calibrators uphold industry leading accuracies of 0.025% (of indicated readings) of instrument reading for voltage sourcing. Biometrix technicians can also perform full-loop calibrations on your pH meter and probe using high accuracy, NIST traceable pH buffer solution. Our pH buffer solutions uphold industry leading accuracies of 0.01 pH.

This level of accuracy ensures 4:1 accuracy ratio compliance, even for customers who maintain the most stringent process tolerances. Upon completion of calibration, Biometrix technicians will leave you with detailed calibration certificates, with information on as-found data, as-left data, test point deviations, instrument tolerance and instrument operating range.

Our technicians have experience with a vast array of pH meters and probes and can provide you with the high quality service that you demand. Our ultimate goal is to leave you with the peace of mind that your equipment is performing its role properly and accurately.