Instrument Cleanliness & Calibration Services
Sep 17 2019 Read 426 Times
Critical instruments utilised in oxygen clean or oil free installations, LOX and GOX require an extremely high level of confidence in your processes, extraction and analysis facilities. The Young Calibration Oxygen Cleanroom offers aviation, defence, naval and medical sectors a bespoke instrument cleaning a calibration facility for oxygen clean systems.
Oxygen Clean Pressure Calibration services for LOX and GOX systems utilised in the medical, marine, aviation, submarine, offshore and space environments. The ISO Class 6 cleanroom provides a dedicated facility for oxygen clean systems only, with an extensive range of cleaning, inspection, analysis and packing solutions for all customers. Understanding the bespoke requirements for specific application areas the facility offers all the requirements of gauge inspection, cleaning, calibration, analysis, packing and labelling. Having to please its’ range of customer demands, the company offers a range of oxygen clean solvents for cleaning, flushing and extraction, with gravimetric, white light, black light, microscopic particle analysis and FTIR spectroscopy. Working to several industry specific standards such as MIL-STD-1330 and the highly regarded ASTM G93 the company can tailor its process to suit individual needs with cleanliness levels to Level A where specified. Full system documentation, traceability, certification and timestamped results analysis are available for the complete package. Coupled with the recent addition of UKAS accredited calibrations for oxygen clean, “oil free” gauges and sensors the facility now offers a complete one stop shop for pressure gauges and transducers from MEL, WIKA, King Nutronics, BOC, Budenberg, Stanhope Seta, Ashford and McMaster-Carr.
UKAS Airflow Calibration for all mass flowmeter and volume flow meters, including the popular rotameter (VA), MFC, MFM, laminar, vortex, turbine, thermal, piston and differential sensors. The UKAS accredited laboratory ranges from 1 cc/min to 4500 m3/hr, enabling the calibration of the smallest leak testers to 12” diameter vortex meters and averaging pitot duct flowmeters. Flow lines are available for traceable calibrations on inert gases and atmospheric air for balometers and fume hood flow sensors, with further test rigs the calibration of air sampling systems utilised in the environmental sectors.
UKAS Water flowmeter calibration services for magnetic, turbine, paddle, wedge, differential, ultrasonic, coriolis and variable area flowmeters covering 1 ml/hour to 1000 l/min. Traceable calibrations to ISO 17025 and up to DN150 line size and 4000 l/min.
UKAS Hydrocarbon Flow Calibration covering 0.5 to 440 l/min on mineral oil with a viscosity range of 5 – 20 cSt for the calibration of turbines, positive displacement, gear, helical and coriolis flowmeters. Further non-accredited flow calibrations can be completed on ISO 4113, IPA, JET-A1, AVGAS and dielectric fluids. A comprehensive range of aviation fuels and oils are available locally for quick turnaround calibrations.
UKAS Anemometer Calibration for ultrasonic, thermal, vane, rotating cup, pitot tube and isokinetic probes covering 0.05 to 80 m/s. The accredited wind tunnels allow for complete air velocity profiling using 2D laser doppler anemometry and the determination and characterisation of anemometer blockage correction. The low velocity range of 0.05 m/s allows for accurate calibration of omni-spherical probes, CTA’s and thermal anemometer.
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