Airflite Calibration Services:

Airflite NATA Accredited Calibration Centre offers a single point of contact management and calibration of equipment. With rapid turnaround and free collection and delivery within most areas of the Perth Metropolitan area.
Airflite’s Metrology Laboratory is accredited for compliance with AS ISO/IEC 17025 – Accreditation by NATA (National Association of Testing Authorities) under Accreditation Number 18436 for Infrared Temperature, Electrical and Pressure and offer traceable calibration for all other disciplines listed.

Please see our Scope of Accreditation on the NATA website.

A calibration certificate containing the uncertainty of measurement is included with each returned item.

  • Infrared
  • Electrical
  • Pressure
  • Torque
  • Dimensional
  • Mass
  • Miscellaneous

calibration services logocalibration services logoInfrared Temperature (NATA)

  • Infrared Thermometers
  • Infrared Imagers

6 test points measured including:

0 °C

35 °C to 500 °C at Ɛ=0.95


35 °C to 483 °C at Ɛ=1.00

calibration services logocalibration services logoElectrical (NATA)

  • Multifunction Installation Testers
  • Portable Appliance Testers
  • Insulation Resistance Testers
  • Continuity Testers
  • Earth (Ground) Testers
  • Loop/Line Impedance Testers
  • Residual Current Device (RCD) Testers
  • Ground Bond Testers
  • Leakage Current Testers
  • Voltmeters
  • Multi-meters (Analogue and Digital)
  • Hi-potential (Hi-Pot) Testers
  • Clamp Meters (AC/DC up to 1000A)

calibration services logocalibration services logoPressure (NATA)

  • Pressure Gauges
  • Vacuum Gauges
  • Pressure Indicators


-80 kPa to 70MPa

Pressure (traceable)

  • Pressure Switches
  • Pressure Transducers
  • Pressure Calibrators
  • Pressure Controllers


-100 kPa to 70MPa

Torque (traceable)

  • Beam Type Torque Wrenches
  • Click Type Torque Wrenches
  • Electronic Torque Wrenches
  • Torque Screwdrivers


0.04 N.m to 1500 N.m

Dimensional (traceable)

  • External Micrometers

Up to 50mm

  • Vernier Callipers

Up to 250mm

  • Dial Indicators

Mass (traceable)

Verification in accordance with manufacturer’s specifications to 100kg

  • Spring balances
  • Scales

Miscellaneous (traceable)

  • Aircraft Cable Tensiometers
  • Crimping Tools

Go/No-go Gauge

Pull-off Test

  • Stop Watches
  • Ultrasonic Underwater Locating Beacon (ULB) Testers
  • Angle of Attack (AOA) Indicators
  • Non-Contact Tachometers
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Calibration Services

Please contact our calibration team to discuss your exact needs and how we can help you.

+61 (8) 9478 9000

Our Services Explained


Contact our support team to discuss your company needs and how we can help you achieve the best results for your organisation.

Phone: +61 (8) 9478 9000


We have a daily in house courier service tasked with collecting and delivering client assets. Once we have an agreement, our courier will pick up your equipment from your site or office.


Our qualified Metrology team will complete the calibration process of your equipment in our NATA approved facility. You can be assured of top class customer service throughout the process.


Once our team completed the calibration process, you will be notified of the result. As part of our service, our courier will deliver your equipment to your doorstep, at no extra cost.

Calibration Services Technical information:

Calibration in measurement technology and metrology is the comparison of measurement values. The first, delivered by a device under test. The second, those of a calibration standard of known accuracy.

Such a standard could be another measurement device of known accuracy, a device generating the quantity to be measured such as a voltage, or a physical artefact, such as a metre ruler.
The outcome of the comparison can result in no significant error being noted on the device under test. A significant error being noted but no adjustment made. Or an adjustment made to correct the error to an acceptable level.

Strictly speaking, the term calibration means just the act of comparison and does not include any subsequent adjustment.

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Calibration frequency:

Manufacturer-recommended calibration interval. Manufacturers’ specifications indicate how often to calibrate

their tools, but critical measurements may require additional intervals.

Before a major critical measuring project. Suppose you are taking a plant down for testing that requires highly accurate measurements. Decide which instruments are required. Send them for calibration, then “lock them down” in storage so they are unused before the test. 

After a major critical measuring project. If you reserved calibrated test instruments for a particular test, send that same equipment for calibration after the testing. When the calibration results come back, you will know whether you can consider the test complete and reliable.

After an event. If your instrument took a hit — something knocked out the internal overload protection or the unit absorbed a sharp impact — send it for calibration and have the safety integrity checked, as well.

Per requirements. Some measurement jobs require calibrated, certified test equipment — regardless of the project size. Note that this requirement may not be explicitly stated but simply expected — review the specs before the test

Monthly, quarterly, or semi-annually. If you do mostly critical measurements and do them often, a shorter time span between calibrations means less chance of questionable test results. Many times, calibrating at shorter intervals will afford you with better specifications

Annually. If you do a mix of critical and non-critical measurements, annual calibration tends to strike the right balance between prudence and cost

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