Process instrumentation calibration in Life Sciences

Calibrations in the LS industries can be costly, modern instrumentation simplifies the process

Calibration in the lab ©Endress+Hauser

Calibration in the lab

To fulfill regulatory compliance and ensure quality, life sciences companies must perform traceable calibrations on instruments. But calibrations are costly, time-consuming, can cause process downtime and pose an increased risk for contamination. Many instruments on the market today provide self-diagnostics features which give user’s information about the health of the device. The white paper discusses how modern instrumentation simplifies the calibration and verification process.

Download the white paper below to learn more about:

  • Legal requirements

  • Calibration versus verification

  • Requirements for on-board verfication

  • Verification on the go

Calibration simplified with modern instrumentation

Wet calibrations are used most often to check instruments and demonstrate regulatory compliance. State-of-the-art instruments with embedded verification capabilities offer the chance to improve this practice. Performing regular verification on the instrument can extend calibration cycles by a factor of five or higher without jeopardizing quality or regulatory compliance. Shorter unknown periods between checks lead to an increased confidence level and reduced risk for critical applications.