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About Calibration Recall
Equipment downtime for calibration is a necessary step in the processes for any production line. However, calibration can be painless with proper planning and tracking provided by our Calibration Recall software.
Maintain Equipment History:
Every piece of equipment has a unique life span that must be documented. Historical information is essential for tracking status, evaluating future performance, and meeting audit requirements.
There's nothing worse than halting production because a tool is out of service for calibration. Through proper planning and advance notification, you can schedule tool calibration during off-peak periods.
Assess Your Risk:
When a tool is found out of tolerance, you can identify affected product and determine whether the suspect tool could have allowed defects to pass.
Use the Instrument Recall Notice to alert a tool custodian of an upcoming calibration requirement. When the tool is brought into the calibration lab, the top part of the Recall Notice becomes a receipt, while the bottom part travels with the tool.
Set Up and Use Easily:
As you would with 3x5 index cards, just enter the name of a tool, who has possession, and when it is due for its next calibration. When you need to document calibration notes or schedule the next calibration event, the program makes it easy to locate and update information.
Handle Risk Instruments:
When equipment is found out of tolerance, use the Risk Instrument Notification to assign a closed-loop corrective action request. The program provides the e-tools to track through completion.
Calibrated equipment is expensive and essential for your production line. To maintain confidence in its accuracy, you will know where it is and where it has been.
Generate the Right Reports:
Calibration Recall includes reports for planning and listing inventory, notifying production supervisors, and including in paper-based files, when needed. Pull reports for use in controlling segregation of calibrated materials that have failed test, or are in a limited use status.
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