Calibration TV: Episode 2

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In a continuation of Episode 1, Calibration TV host Dan Hall visits the 2016 NCSL International Workshop & Symposium in St. Paul, Minnesota. While there, he interviews Jon Sanders from Additel who demonstrates the NEW 760 Automatic Handheld Pressure Calibrator. Then, Dan demonstrates the NEW Fluke Calibration 2271A Industrial Pressure Calibrator. Also in this episode, we’re giving away some Fluke and Additel items and sharing tips on how you can get a FREE iPad Pro as part of a new Fluke promotion.

Calibration TV is a new web-series dedicated to the calibration & metrology community. Episodes will include new product demonstrations and reviews, behind-the-scenes glimpses into some of the metrology industry’s leading equipment manufacturing companies and interviews with leading trade groups, educators and end-users of calibration equipment. Calibration TV will also feature training basics and tips from calibration experts.

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Dan Hall

Dan is the owner of Hall Associates, a manufacturer’s representative and distributor specializing in calibration and test equipment. He has spent over 25 years in the calibration discipline, selling to all markets including biotech/pharmaceutical, aerospace, sensor manufacturers, medical, semiconductors and nuclear energy, as well as the Army, Navy and Air Force calibration labs. By concentrating on calibration ONLY he has gained the respect of the top equipment manufacturers in the calibration marketplace and has become a trusted source in the industry.

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