This white paper discusses the basics of uncertainty in measurement and calibration. It is not made for mathematicians or metrology experts, but rather for those of you who are planning and making practical measurements and calibrations in industrial applications.
Paper is part of our everyday lives – whether in the workplace or at home. Take a minute to look around the room you are in and you’ll notice how many objects are made from paper: books, magazines, printer paper, perhaps even a poster on the wall.
There are many things you need to be aware before you can go to a hazardous (Ex) area to perform calibrations. There are different levels of hazardous areas and also different levels of calibration equipment.