Advanced Calibrations

Advanced Calibrations
Advanced Calibrations is listed in the Calibration Services category in Tucson, Arizona. Displayed below are the social networks for Advanced Calibrations which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Advanced Calibrations on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 48.

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2024 W Mcmillan St
Tucson, AZ 85705
(520) 290-2855

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Q: How do the vials work in a GENie QC-1? The source for the QC-1 are the vials. The way it works is that when a customer wants to calibrate, he takes out a vial and squeezes it and the glass ampule inside breaks. He puts the vial into the Genie and then turns it on and selects the output he wants between 10 and 150 ppm. There is a coarse adjust knob on the instrument that allows for more or less gas to come out of the instrument. Let's say the user selects 50 ppm. If the unit reads "output too low", the user opens the coarse adjust knob a little at a time until the unit reads 50 ppm. The display also shows what the flow rate is. The instrument varies the flow rate in order to achieve the required ppm level. If the instrument had read "output too high", the user would have slightly closed the coarse adjust know until the unit could achieve the desired flow rate. Once the calibration level has been reached , the user can calibrate all of the sensors that they want that day with that vial. After all of the sensors that they want to calibrate have been finished, the user throws away the vial. Any time that the instrument is shut down it asks the user to remove the vial so that the instrument is not saturated with gas. So if the user has been using the instrument all morning and then wants to go to lunch, they shut the Genie off, remove and remove the vial. After lunch they may turn the unit back on using the same vial from the morning and continue to calibrate the rest of the day.