1725 W. 3rd Street
Tempe, AZ 85281
Phone: (602) 267-0850
Fax: (480) 491-2375

Scope of Capabilities

Repair and calibration of equipment in compliance with applicable and current federal, military, commercial and manufacturers specifications with standards traceable to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

 
Parameters Range Uncertainty of Measurements Specifications
Bore Gages All 4:1 Test Accuracy Ratio* B89.1.10M, Manufacturers Specifications
Co-Ax Indicators - Reference Only Manufacturer Specifications
Dial and Electronic Calipers 80.0" 4:1 Test Accuracy Ratio* GGG-C-111, Manufacturers Specifications
Chamfer Hole Gages All 4:1 Test Accuracy Ratio* MIL-STD-120, Manufacturers Specifications
Dimensionair, Air Gage All 4:1 Test Accuracy Ratio* Manufacturers Specifications
Dial and Test Indicators All 4:1 Test Accuracy Ratio* B89.1.10M, Manufacturers Specifications
Dial Depth Gages All 4:1 Test Accuracy Ratio* MIL-G-50962 (AR), Manufacturers Specifications
Dial Snap Gages All 4:1 Test Accuracy Ratio* MIL-G-87955AManufacturers Specifications
Electronic Indicators All 4:1 Test Accuracy Ratio* MIL-STD-120, Manufacturers Specifications
Dial and Electronic Height Gages All 4:1 Test Accuracy Ratio* GGG-C-111, MIL-STD-120,  Manufacturers Specifications
Micrometer Step Height Gages 36.0" 4:1 Test Accuracy Ratio* ISO-7863, Manufacturers Specifications
Intertest / Oditest Caliper Gages All 4:1 Test Accuracy Ratio* Manufacturers Specifications
Micrometers All 4:1 Test Accuracy Ratio* GGG-C-105, Manufacturers Specifications
Super Micrometers / Bench Micrometers All .000010" MIL-STD-120, Manufacturers Specifications
Shallow Diameter Gages All 4:1 Test Accuracy Ratio* B-89.1.10, Manufacturers Specifications

* Per "Handbook for the Interpretation and Application of ANSI/NCSL Z540-1-1994" , paragraph 10.2.C, "As a default alternative to doing an uncertainty analysis, a laboratory may rely on a Test Accuracy Ratio (TAR) of 4:1. A TAR of 4:1 means that the tolerance of the parameter (specification) being tested is equal to or greater than four times the combination of the uncertainties of all the measurements employed in the test."