Flow Meter Calibration

Flow sensors are able to detect leaks, blockages & pipe bursts


A flow meter is used for monitoring, measuring and recording the rate of flow and pressure of liquids and gases. This is a critical appliance across many industries such as the gas industry, oil industry and chemical industry.

Flow sensors are able to detect leaks, blockages, pipe bursts and changes in liquid concentration due to contamination or pollution. Therefore, it's important to ensure that your flow meter is in good working condition to prevent health and safety hazards.

Flow Meter Equipment

  • Water Flowmeter
  • Oxygen Flowmeter
  • Batch Flowmeter
  • Magnetic Flowmeter
  • Mass Flowmeter
  • Liquid Flowmeter
  • Water Flowmeter

Onsite Flow Meter Calibration

Unable to take your flowmeter out of production? Don’t worry we can come to you and calibrate your unit whilst in situ. JBA Calibration Services can provide you with the perfect alternative. Our onsite calibration service is cost-effective, friendly, and efficient. We are on hand 7 days a week, keeping production in the workplace moving.

  • Pure Oxygen Flowmeter Manifold
  • Ultrasonic Flowmeter
  • Air Flowmeter

Flow Meter Calibration: FAQs

1When should I calibrate my flowmeters?
Flow meters should be checked and adjusted every two years or as often as the manufacturer requires. Additionally, the readings should be corrected for any changes in pressure, temperature, and moisture levels, if necessary.
2Why is my flowmeter not reading correctly?
Various causes can lead to unreliable readings. It is possible that the scaling of the flow meter is not correct. Alternatively, the liquid it is detecting may not be compatible with the meter. Additionally, prolonged usage can cause degradation that alters the meter's accuracy.
3What are some problems that can occur when a flowmeter is not calibrated?
Flowmeters that haven't been calibrated correctly tend to have issues such as registering too much, too little, or not following regulations.

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