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Getting The Most Out Of Our Calibration & Repair Services

2019-10-18T17:52:48+01:00March 21, 2018|Uncategorized|

Today we would like to take a moment to discuss how you-- the customer-- can contribute to a positive service experience.  From the importance of good communication and instructions to things that would be helpful to include, here’s the short list on how to minimize unnecessary delays, and get the most out of our calibration [...]

It’s not the heat, it’s the humidity…

2019-10-18T17:48:20+01:00February 12, 2018|Uncategorized|

So often this is our common complaint during the warmer weather. As living beings, we have been on the constant search for the perfect balance of being "not too cold and not too hot", but relative humidity affects us much more than our personal discomfort of feeling sticky and dealing with bad hair days. Several [...]

Onsite Calibration Services

2019-10-18T17:37:41+01:00September 19, 2017|Standards and accreditations, Uncategorized|

When clients call Pylon to discuss calibration services, one question that can arise is “do I ship my equipment in for service or can you calibrate it onsite?” The answer can depend on what specific equipment requires calibration, how much equipment needs to be calibrated and even budget allotments. Onsite calibrations (also known as In-Situ [...]

Fitness Tracker Accuracy | Pylon Electronics

2018-02-16T17:24:05+01:00July 13, 2017|Demystification, Standards and accreditations, Uncategorized|

Have you been tracking your calories and using a fitness tracker to help you lose weight? Struggling with minimal results? You’re not alone and it could be due to the inaccuracy of your fitness tracker. It seems like almost everyone has tried to lose weight at some point in their lives. Many are in the [...]

More Calibration Service Questions | Pylon Electronics

2018-02-16T17:24:05+01:00June 12, 2017|Demystification, Standards and accreditations, Uncategorized|

Why do I need a calibration provider – I can do it myself? As a follow-up to my last blog, Common Calibration Questions, I felt the above question was another valid one to address. It is something clients have asked when they start to look at calibration services from a financial point of view. My [...]