Temperature Calibration

Our team makes sure the temperature reading devices conform to the manufacturer’s standards.


Our team of trained technicians ensure that your temperature measuring devices are accurately measuring temperature points.

They make sure that your temperature reading devices conform to the manufacturer's standards and provide fully traceable certificates as proof. Whether your equipment requires a calibration bath or dry-well calibrator, we have a calibration laboratory that is well-equipped. Our temperature simulator reads temperatures which allows us to get the device under test within the most accurate temperature range. Want your temperature instruments for the same day? Simply call ahead and we can book an appointment with a technician to calibrate your equipment while you wait.

We offer a nationwide collection service for as little as £8.89 each way per parcel.

Thermometer and temperature equipment we can calibrate:

  • Ullage Temperature Interface (UTI Meters)
  • Temperature Calibrators (Hot and Cold)2
  • Temperature Gauges
  • Thermal Cameras
  • IR Thermometer
  • IR Camera
  • >Thermal Imaging Camera
  • Room Thermometer
  • Dry Block Probe Calibrator
  • Glass Thermometers
  • Digital Thermometers
  • Thermocouple Probes
  • PT100 Probes
  • Thermohydrometers
  • Temperature Transmitters
  • All Fixed Temperature Probes

Onsite Calibration Service Available

If sending your equipment out for calibration isn't an option, JBA Calibration Services can provide you with the perfect alternative. Our cost-effective, friendly and efficient onsite calibration service is on hand 7 days a week. This keeps production in the workplace moving.

Prices Starting From £18+ VAT

Temperature Calibration: FAQs

1What is meant by temperature calibration?
Temperature calibration involves putting a thermometer into a stable, predictable temperature environment in order to measure it accurately.
2What are two ways to calibrate a thermometer?
In order to ensure a thermometer is functioning correctly, it should be tested in a liquid with a known temperature. Afterwards, the thermometer needs to be adjusted to that temperature. To do this, the boiling point method or the freezing point method are commonly used.
3Why is it important to calibrate temperature equipment?
To guarantee precise measurements, it is essential to calibrate temperature-measuring devices as their precision can diminish over time.

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