What is Measurement Risk?

Available On Demand until October 24, 2018

Do you think your measurement is "In-Tolerance" if the measured value is within the manufacturer's accuracy specification? If the calibration provider is not considering the test uncertainty ratio, chances are your measurements are not what you think they are and it is very likely that you may be making bad measurements.

This Webinar discusses Test Uncertainty Ration (T.U.R) and what it means in regards to saying whether an instrument passes or fails calibration. The webinar then discusses the three essential rules to lessening your measurement risk:  knowing the precise requirements, choosing the right equipment, and having the right process.



Henry Zumbrun, President, Morehouse Instrument Company 

Henry Zumbrun is President of Morehouse Instrument Company. Henry currently teaches Force and Torque classes at the NCSL International Conference Tutorial Program as well as at Morehouse Instrument Company. Henry is a Six Sigma Black Belt, Lean Champion and is a technical adviser for NAPT. Henry has written several articles for magazines such as Test, Quality, NASA, and Cal Lab. Henry has 17 years’ experience in force calibration. He is passionate about promoting good measurement practices and helping Morehouse customers make better measurements.

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