Calibration and Certification Services

DeltaTrak is committed to delivering high quality and reliable products and services. We provide a variety of calibration and certification services to help ensure that our solutions and products maintain their performance and, to help customers meet the requirements of standard operating procedures, and compliance with regulations from the USDA, FDA and the FSIS. Our calibration laboratory is furnished with state-of-the-art equipment and is precisely temperature controlled. Measurement instruments are certified against National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) standards by a primary standards laboratory. Calibrations are performed in accordance with national systems guidelines: ANSI/ NCSL Z540-1 and ISO 10012:2003 and ISO 9001:2008. Our services satisfy record keeping requirements for ISO 9000.

DeltaTrak offers standard single point and multi-point calibration for digital probe thermometers, data loggers, chart recorders and wireless temperature monitoring systems.

  • Digital Probe Thermometers
  • Folding Probe Thermometers
  • Heat/Cool Thermometers
  • FlashLink Data Loggers
  • Central Data Reporting Systems
  • Infrared Thermometers
  • Circular Chart Recorders
  • Non-Contact BA Infrared Thermometer

Service Includes:

  • Battery Change
  • Calibration Certificate that is NIST Traceable
  • Sticker with calibration information for annual maintenance
  • Complementary advisory notification when calibration is due
  • Guaranteed 5 day turnaround

Certificates of calibration include an in-depth summary of the tool, deviations, and any out-of-tolerance conditions. Each thermometer has a unique serial number for future traceability and reference.

DeltaTrak strives to meet the individual needs of all our clients. Whether you need fast turnaround, special handling, or special testing, we will work with you to meet your specific requirements.

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Call 1-800-962-6776
P.O.Box 398
Pleasanton, CA 94566

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