Calibration & Repair Services at Safety Inc
Safety Inc offers reliable calibration and repair of portable and fixed instruments for safety, industrial hygiene, environmental, and process applications. All work done to NIST standards.
On-site service is available in the six New England states (Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont).
Depot service available nationwide. We offer quick turnaround times and ship to meet your needs – overnight or slow at lower cost. You can even drop off and pick up instruments at our offices if you are close by. Service plans are available for annual, quarterly, or more frequent calibrations. We will schedule service calls and document all calibration work to assist in your record keeping.
Calibration Gases are available in single gas or mixes for any portable instrument – all gases NIST traceable. We buy our gases direct from a laboratory and can save you 20-30% compared to buying from instrument manufacturers.
Recycle your empty cylinders and receive a $ 10.00 credit towards a new cylinder. The green and cost efficient alternative.
Battery Repairs and rebuilds can often save you about half the cost of a new battery. Most rechargeable batteries are actually a series of cells, not one single cell. Typically, one cell stops working, affecting the whole battery. A defective cell can often be replaced and the battery reconditioned to the equivalent of a new battery for a much lower cost than complete battery replacement.
A rebuilt battery can be a great option to extend the life of an older instrument that is otherwise in good working condition and new batteries are not available.
We charge $35 to evaluate your battery and generate an estimate to see if it can be repaired. If you decide not to repair the battery, we will either bill you for the $35.00 evaluation fee or we will waive the fee if you buy a replacement battery from us.
There is no risk. You either save a lot of money by having the battery repaired/rebuilt, or you buy a new battery, which you would have to do anyway.
Click here for an Instrument Repair Form
Click here for a KD Engineering IAQ Instrument Calibration and Repair Form