We are thrilled to share some exciting news with you that ATP Instrumentation has successfully achieved ISO 9001:2015 certification, as an extension to our wider group of companies' accreditation. This expansion aligns perfectly with the continuous growth and progress of our quality system under new ownership.
We're excited to announce the launch of our digital catalogue, designed to make your shopping experience easier than ever! Browse our latest products, flip through pages with a simple swipe, and even click on items to learn more or make a purchase.
Calibration, have you been wondering whether or not you and your company need it? What is Calibration anyway? Don't worry, you're not alone.
What is an IP Rating? An IP rating is a 4 digit code that gives an indication to the level of protection an instrument provides against foreign bod.
Adhering to lighting regulations in the workplace can be a tricky business. Unfortunately there are not always clear and concise guidelines demonstrating exactly what lighting levels you should be maintaining.
Measuring light has become a common practice in various walks of life, from making sure your employee’s are operating in safe working conditions to checking lighting levels for photography or set design.
If you’ve found your way to this article, you’re most likely uncomfortable with your working conditions, or maybe you’re a considerate employer ensuring you are doing everything you need to provide your staff with reasonable working conditions. Either way, the questions remain the same….
We've all used scales, and lets be honest, most of us have no need for anything more than the basic weighing functionality. What most people don't realise is that scales are capable of much more and can actually simplify many tasks your already using them for with a little bit of know how.
If you are here you are probably interested in purchasing our PT100 Thermometer over at the ATP store or have just read one of our guides over at our blog and are wanting to know more about PT100 probes options. So let’s get you informed.
It is important to understand that just like K-Type thermometers there are 3 main areas of uncertainty when using PT100 thermometers.
- The uncertainty of the unit
- The uncertainty of the probe
- Uncertainty of any calibration procedure