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from Zeeland, MI
About Me Lab Assistant
Comments about NIST-Traceable Calibration; Pressure / Vacuum (For gauges with accuracy 0.75% or < 0.75%):
First time using Innocal. Miscommunication with test points needed on the certification and issue was immediately addressed and item was sent back, redone and returned in a timely manner. Loved the customer service and lab technician ability to respond so quickly and address my issue. Will defiantly use them again.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Calibration was way to long 87 days!
from Charlotte, NC
Gage work well, but was sent in to Davis Instrumentd for calibration and took 87 days before we got it back. Gave a different reason everytime we called as to what was to hold up.
High Score in my book
By Kevin the Tech
from South Houston, TX
We use the pressure guage for part of our calibration process. The guage is compact, works perfectly & this company takes care of business and has quick friendly service
NIST-Traceable Calibration; Pressure / V
from Deer Park, Tx
Shut-down systens function checks
Does what is was intended to do
from Deer Park, Texas
Reference to Cal/Cert date
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
"Not a 17025 Accredited Cert"
By Lab Tech
from Mid West
If you are required to have a 17025 Accredited Cert you have to pay a $60.00 up charge for the A2LA Logo. This would be ok if they didn't specifically point the logo out on the example of a NIST Traceable calibration report and if they listed the option of the accredited cert below this one.
Good price for the service
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
You're only as accurate as your tools
By The Lab Guy
from St. Louis, MO
We use the NIST calibrated equipment to check other devices inhouse.