A calibration certificate includes the following information
- Part number description and serial number of unit under test.
- Calibration details of the unit; input, output etc.
- Test equipment used and required accuracy for the unit to pass the test.
- Statement ; Testing equipment is traceable to Australian National Standards of measurement. This certifies that the above product was calibrated and tested in accordance with applicable procedures for this product, and met the specifications as listed in accompanying data sheet.
- Signature; I hereby certify all the above to be consistent with APCS manufacturing standards and all information to be correct.
Most drawings are supplied in PDF format. Portable Document Format is used to present documents in a manner independent of application software, hardware, and operating systems.
Lead Time for a Traditional Product
Traditional products usually contain the same functionally as standard and premier products but have a different connection, part number or specifications. Traditional products are still available as a service to our customers that have them specified in their plants. Delivery is typically 7 days.
APCS makes and customises products according to a customers order. Upon receipt of the customers order the following information is required before manufacture, allocation or deliver until full details are given, these include;
- Identity of purchaser. Company name, ABN (Australian companies), street address and accounts email address.
- Required delivery address.
- Full part number and calibration detail required to manufacture items.
- Total on purchase order to include delivery charges. Orders received with missing information will be entered and marked to indicate missing details and returned to the customer for correction or approval.
Compliance with the above ensures that your items are manufactured and delivered according to the required specifications.
Standard delivery times commence after the order has been approved for processing.