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Author Topic: Re-cal required for units just sitting?  (Read 508 times)

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Re-cal required for units just sitting?
« on: 03-10-2020 -- 17:04:27 »
I saw a brief article on the NCSLI Home page that talked about whether there is a need to recalibrate instruments that basically just sit on shelf and are never used...sort of as a replacement. Unfortunately, I was not able to read it at the time and I can no longer find it. I know there has been discussion over the years about that. Can anyone point to an article or some sort of guidance regarding this?

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Re: Re-cal required for units just sitting?
« Reply #1 on: 03-10-2020 -- 17:45:38 »
Never mind all...had a cranial rectum inversion for a moment. It's LM-19 if anyone was wondering.

 

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