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Calibration

Discussion in 'Tools and Test Equip' started by william.grundy.790, May 20, 2017.

  1. william.grundy.790

    william.grundy.790 New Member

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    Can anyone point me in the right direction to see regulations for calibration requirements for HVAC test equipment? I love in Minnesota and work in the five state area. Any help would be appropriated.


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  2. crackertech

    crackertech assholiness *

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    You need to start a new members thread
     
  3. Jon

    Jon Team Canada

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    Yes x2 . That's the calibration requirements for this website .
     
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    chucko615 Banned camp counselor

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    X2.5
     
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    LemonWizard Blinky Lights Wizard

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    x a - 4
    a= 7
     
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  6. william.grundy.790

    william.grundy.790 New Member

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    Are HVAC companies required to have their multimeters, current clamps, pressure manifolds etc. calibrated regularly by an accredited calibration company?


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  7. crackertech

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    So I see you cant read :nono:
     
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    Fishing is good this time of year
     
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  9. R2D2-TX

    R2D2-TX New Member

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    This should help...
     
  10. chucko615

    chucko615 Banned camp counselor

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    I don't think you have the stones to send him fishing
     
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    Jon Team Canada

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  12. crackertech

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    Want to bet?:evil:
     
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  14. NZ All Blacks Fan

    NZ All Blacks Fan Just Another swinging Dick

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    hey willy did you start a new members thread ? might be a good idea

    ps its possible that having to have a certified calibrated meter/measuring device might be needed as a consultant doing bs work or possibly on some govt sites to verify readings in certain situations . for the vast majority in this trade calibration certification is not a requirement
     
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  16. iceout70

    iceout70 New Member

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    A combustion analyzer should be sent out once a year and the company should pay for it. Nobody checks but should something happen where you end up in court you may want to have that up to date.

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