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What will happen if equipment is not calibrated?


If you don't calibrate your equipment, you run the risk of inaccurate measurements or readings. Calibration is the process of checking and adjusting your equipment to ensure that it is providing accurate results. Over time, the components of your equipment can drift or wear, leading to measurement errors that can compromise the quality of your work.

For example, if you are using a thermometer that has not been calibrated, it may provide inaccurate temperature readings, which could result in incorrect conclusions or decisions. Similarly, if you are using a balance that has not been calibrated, you may get inaccurate measurements of weight, which could affect the accuracy of your calculations.

In some industries, such as healthcare and manufacturing, equipment calibration is required by law to ensure that the products or services provided are safe and accurate. In other fields, such as research and development, calibrating equipment is necessary to maintain the integrity of experiments and ensure that results are reliable.

In summary, if equipment is not calibrated regularly, your end product or results may not be what you are after. Calibrating your equipment is important to ensure accurate results and maintain the quality of your work.


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