ISO/IEC 17025: 2017 section 126.96.36.199 requires the laboratory to document the decision rule employed when making a statement of conformity to a specification. The Morehouse webinar will cover real-world examples using various force and torque instruments. We will compare results using Method 5 and Method 6 from ANSI/NCSLI Z540.3. The participant will leave with a custom excel spreadsheet that can be used to calculate risk per both of these methods as well as knowledge of how both methods asses risk. Any participant curious how to make a statement of conformity using either Method 5 or Method 6 should attend.
With the Morehouse Benchtop Calibrating Machine, you can benefit from a laboratory-grade force calibration system that can sit on any table or desk that can support 150 lbs (75 kgs). Quick-Change Tension adapters, quick-adjust calibration height, and quick setup will save your valuable time when making set-ups. This system provides a fine control that enables calibrating load cells, crane scales, dynamometers, hand-held force gauges, and other force equipment while controlling the force to as little as 0.05 lbf throughout the range.
Morehouse Benchtop Calibrating Machine can be used to calibrate the following force-proving instruments: Washer Load Cell, Crane Scales, Dynamometers, Tension Links, Universal Load Cell, Low Capacity Load Cell, Miniature Load Cells, Button Load Cell, S-Beam Load Cell, General Purpose Load Cell, Load Cell, Force Transducer, Digital Force Gauges, Hand-Held Force Gauges, Force Gages, and more.
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