InCal Technologies can provide accredited inspection, calibration, and repair services on a wide range of instrument types from a variety of manufacturers, as outlined below. Please note that not all services are accredited. For a complete list of accredited services, please download our scope.
Our A2LA-accredited, climate-controlled calibration laboratory can perform accuracies to under .000002″ with the new addition of our Pratt & Whitney ULM machine.
ON SITE CALIBRATION
Can’t get to us? We’ll come to you! InCal Technologies’ world-class service is only a phone call away with our on-site service. Our on-site services include hand gaging, surface plates and resurfacing, calibration on hardness testers, optical comparators, torque wrenches, electronic test and measurement equipment, and a good deal more. Call or e-mail us for details!
Our facility is ISO 17025 accredited with 5 Zeiss CMM’s along with the latest Optical and Laser Inspection providing the best degree of measurement accuracy and repeatability available today. Our non-contact video inspection equipment provides a wide field of vision and our instruments for surface profile characterization make it possible to meticulously inspect a wide variety of parts.
In addition to our world-class calibration and inspection services, InCal Technologies provides gage repair services. All our repairs are guaranteed on parts and labor. Some of the gages we can repair include:
- Indicators (Dial, Digital, Test)
- Torque Wrenches
- Height Stands
Please contact Rob Vanbuskirk for your point-of-contact on repairs, calibration status, and new gage purchases. You can e-mail him at email@example.com.
When you choose InCal, you are partnering with a company committed to your success. Contact us today to learn more about our prototype machining services and see how we can work together to increase your profits.
“Calibrate load cells,fatigue tester & spring testers in house.”
“Very quick response for quotes and turnaround time. Always great to work with.”
“Always a pleasure working with InCal”