Calibration

At ESTL, you can come to us to perform various calibrations. We specialise in calibrating power cells, torque spanners and pressure gauges. We always use the good practices from ISO 17025.

Torque wrench calibration

calibration torque spanner

ESTL can test torque spanners for an indication or cut-off torque of 10 to 1,000 Nm. Such spanners are used in many different industries. For example, in the automotive industry they are used to mount alloy wheels or to tighten cylinder head bolts after replacing the head gasket.

It is therefore necessary for the torque spanner to work accurately. After frequent use > 5000 cycles or after a period of 1 year, a (re)calibration is prescribed by ISO 6789.

Price list

Calibration 1 direction

The torque spanner is calibrated in one direction. This can be clockwise or counter-clockwise. The calibration is performed according to ISO6789.

€ 43,50

Calibration 2 directions

The torque spanner is calibrated in both directions. The calibration is performed according to ISO6789.

€ 58,50

Conditions

  • Application of a calibration label: free of charge.
  • For services of less than €125 (excluding VAT), an administration fee of €8 will be charged.
  • The costs for shipping, return shipping, return packaging where required, and VAT shall be borne by the customer.
  • Also see our calibration guide for torque spanners.

Calibration of power cells

ESTL has an accurate calibration bench allowing us to accurately calibrate load cells with a full scale range between 300N and 5000N. We are currently working on a second calibration bench to calibrate load cells with a full scale range between 5000N and 20,000N. The calibration of load cells is always customised, please contact us for a suitable offer.

Calibration of manometers

We can also calibrate analogue pressure gauges with a full scale range between 1 and 30 bar. Please contact us for an offer without engagement.

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