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Calibración y Servicio Técnico a Equipos de Pruebas Eléctricas

Calibration: Calibration is the process of adjusting and verifying the accuracy of a measuring instrument or equipment in relation to a known standard. Measurement equipment, over time and use, can deviate from their original accuracy. Regular calibration is necessary to correct these deviations and ensure that the obtained results are reliable and consistent. During calibration, the equipment's measurements are compared to reference standards, and adjustments are made if necessary.

Technical Service: It refers to the maintenance and repair of equipment, encompassing a variety of activities such as inspection, cleaning, lubrication, replacement of worn parts, and troubleshooting. Our technicians have access to factory experts, verification software, firmware updates, and spare parts. Technical service is essential to maintain optimal equipment performance and extend its lifespan.

This is how we provide Technical Service at Tecnomedida.

  • Initial Inspection: We examine the equipment for visible damage or evident issues (diagnosing the problem).
  • Maintenance: We clean the equipment and ensure all electronic components or parts are securely in place.
  • Replacement of Parts: If we find worn or damaged parts, we replace them with original components.
  • Testing and Verification: After maintenance, we conduct tests to After maintenance, we conduct tests to ensure that the equipment is functioning correctly.
  • Certification: In some cases, we issue a certificate documenting the service performed, which might be necessary to comply with regulatory or quality standards.
  • Records: We maintain detailed records of the technical service activities carried out on each piece of equipment.

Calibration and technical service are crucial processes to maintain the accuracy, reliability, and safety of equipment, whether in industries, factories, medical facilities, or other environments. They ensure consistent and precise results and operations over time.

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