Calibration of EIT instruments
EFSEN UV & EB TECHNOLOGY is the European Centre for calibration of EIT instruments and is certified to calibrate according to EIT standards. EFSEN has a calibration facility at our location in Holte, Denmark and we have been trained by EIT to calibrate and issue certificates according to EIT standards. We normally calibrate instruments every Wednesday and return them the following day, provided that no larger repair is needed. Instruments arrived at EFSEN on Tuesday at the latest, will be calibrated the same week.
Please contact our calibration department at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com for any queries and to make sure that calibration department isn’t paused, due to our masters are in the US for calibration.
Note! Our masters are in the US for calibration, so calibration department will be closed from week 3-5 all weeks included. Last calibration day is January 8th, 2020. Instruments should arrive no later than January 7th, 2020 to be calibrated before closure.
We calibrate the following EIT instruments
Calibration at EFSEN UV & EB TECHNOLOGY
Calibrations are always performed on an arc lamp, unless another UV source is agreed. If your primary UV source is a microwave lamp, we can offer to calibrate on a Heraeus Fusion lamp to ensure more accurate nominal values.
We calibrate standard high-power instruments (UVA, UVB & UVV range: 100mW/cm2-10W/cm2. UVC range: 10mW/cm2-1W/cm2). We do not calibrate Lower Power (LP) instruments, midrange instruments and instruments which contain a UVA2 filter. UVA, UVB and UVC filters are calibrated on a Hg source and UVV filters are calibrated on a Ga source as standard. All filters can be calibrated on an Hg source upon request.
Call for Calibration
EFSEN call all instruments for calibration before they are due for their biannual calibration. Reminders are sent out by e-mail to the responsible person. If you would like your instrument added to this free service, please send an e-mail to Julie Boesen with the following information: