Calibration service for the paper, board and pulp industry

Optimisation of raw material comsumption and even quality are vital to the profitability of paper and board industry. In the automatic control of production, the  grammage and moisture content of produced material are key parameters which are measured during production. When the performance of the measurment equipment in production line are enhanced the raw material consumption can be optimised more precisely. At the same time the production quality will improve.

The performance of online measument equipment can usually be significantly enhanced by a traceable calibration. The more accurate the calibration is, the more reliable measurement results can be achieved from the production, and the more precisely the production can be controlled.


It is profitable to calibrate

Raw material savings are bigger than the calibration costs. In some cases the savings have covered the costs within a couple of weeks. Improving production quality degreases the quality risks of production and makes your customers happier. Our calibration service makes it easier to maintain online measurement systems by degreasing the amount of manual sampling work in quality assurance.

Traceable calibration makes measurements reliable

Our calibrations are traceable to national or international measurement standards and most of them has been accredited by FINAS (Finnish Accreditation Service). Traceabilty guarantees the reliability of measurements. Reliable measurements enable systematic improvement of the profitability and quality of production.

The service is suitable for the most common measurement systems and production lines.

Key benefits of better measurements

  • More precise control of raw material consumption
  • Lower quality risk
  • Better production quality
  • Easier quality assurance

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