Temperature - Danish National Metrology Laboratory
In nearly all industrial processes it is important that the temperature is known and within certain limits. To ensure that the measurements are carried out with a sufficient accuracy, the measurement instruments have to be calibrated.The temperature laboratory at Danish Technological Institute offers calibration of all types of thermometers by comparison to a reference thermometer in the range -80 °C to 1100 °C. We have high-end facilities that allow us to calibrate Standard Platinum Reference Thermometers (SPRT) in fixed points according to ITS-90 in all ranges from the mercury triple point to the freezing point of aluminium (-39 °C to 660 °C). As a supplementary service we offer electrical calibrations of the parameters dc voltage, dc current and resistance.
For many years we have offered consultancy services concerning correct temperature measurements and uncertainty analysis to producers of measuring equipment, pharmaceutical industry, process industry and calibration laboratories. The temperature laboratory is appointed National Reference Laboratory for Contact Thermometry by the Danish Agency for Trade and Industry. As a National Metrology Laboratory (NMI) we take part in intercomparisons with other European NMI’s at the highest international level.
We regularly invite industry and laboratories to participate in accredited intercomparisons - see www.dti.dk/proftests.
The laboratory is accredited by The Danish Accreditation Service (DANAK) – see www.danak.dk, registration no. 200 for detailed specifications of the calibration services and uncertainties.
We offer calibration of of instruments for Temperature and Electrical parameters