New Kambic OB 7/2 High Temperature Bath added to the lab

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Our Calibration Laboratory Grows!

New Kambic OB 7/2 High Temperature Bath added to the lab

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New Kambic high temperature bath will extend our calibration capabilities!

We are pleased to share that we have invested in a new high temperature calibration bath for our high precision temperature lab. This calibration bath becomes the 8th fluid bath in our range and the 4th from our partners Kambic Metrology.

The OB 7/2 Kambic bath is the latest in a range of investments in new, high specification measurement equipment. It means that we can now provide variable point calibrations between 40°C and 250°C. Calibration points across this range can be completed with a high degree of accuracy, offering impressive uncertainties in the mK range.  The new bath will provide additional and required capacity to offer calibrations for the new SenseAnywhere 20-20-43 datalogger with an external probe, as well as PT-100’s, PRT’s and IRTD’s.

We can provide traceable calibrations of these sensors but we will be looking to add this temperature range to our scope of accreditation with UKAS within the next few months. Paul Pillay, our Technical Manager said ‘Withnell Sensors have alwaysbeen committed to investing in the right equipment to look after the needs of our customers, with our ever improving technical capabilities and first class service levels. Recent investments in new measurement equipment reaffirms our passion to continually improve our calibration services for the benefit of our customers.’ 

Our calibration laboratory is expanding in other areas too- with additional space allocated for the lab team, currently under development. Keep your eyes and ears open for further updates in the future or sign up to our newsletter if you haven’t done so already.

You can speak to a member of our calibration teamabout your specific temperature and humidity calibration requirements.