Analyzer Calibration

Professional sensor calibration and module exchange

Analyzers should be calibrated at least every two years to ensure zero emissions of SF6 and accurate readings. The recommended calibration time of two years is based on average use. If you receive a lifetime of sensors expired warning, you should send the analyzer in for calibration immediately. Regular, preventative maintenance will extend the life of your analyzer. It is important that a well-qualified technician performs the calibration. Improper calibration could result in exposure to arc by products, damage to the unit, or faulty readings during gas analysis. When you send your unit into DILO’s Analyzer Calibration Laboratory, a certified technician will:

 

  • Perform initial inspection functional test for the unit and accessories, including sensors, operating software, batteries, hoses, and fittings
  • Leak test the entire unit
  • Review the service history of the device
  • Update operating software, if applicable
  • Provide an estimate and lead time for any additional repairs upgrades, if applicable
  • Obtain customer approval before starting any additional repairs
  • Safely neutralize and dispose of any items exposed to Arc-byproducts
  • Perform sensor and module calibration/exchange, including SO2 sensor, purity sensor, moisture sensor, and electrochemical sensor
  • Provide third party calibration certificate
  • Replace any missing manuals

 

DILO- Analyzer Calibration- Professional sensor calibration and module exchange

Our DILO Certified Technicians have years of experience, receive regular trainings, and use state of the art test equipment. Our calibration results are backed by third party certification. We strive for quick 1-2 week turn-around to minimize down time. 

All DILO Analyzers can be sent in for calibration, including:

  • Mirror Analyzer SF6 3-035R-R…
  • Multi Analyzer 3-038R…
  • Arc-Byproducts Analyzer 3-032-R103
  • Purity Analyzer 3-027-R002
  • Moisture Analyzer 3-037-R002

Please contact us or fill out an RMA request form to get the process started.