Calibration Overview

ANV Measurement Systems (UKAS Laboratory 0653) have been providing Calibration Services for Rion instruments since 2001 and for nearly all major manufacturers’ instrumentation since 2009:

  • UKAS accredited and traceable calibration for acoustic instrumentation
  • Traceable calibration for vibration instrumentation

Calibration of ANV Dust Monitors and Weather Systems are carried out by third parties.

UKAS Accredited Calibration

View UKAS Schedule of Accreditation

  • Sound Level Meters (BS EN 61672:3 & BS 7580)
  • Acoustic Calibrators (BS EN 60942)
  • Tapping Machines
  • Third Octave & Octave Filters
  • Reverberation Time
  • Recording Devices
  • Microphones

Traceable Calibration

  • Groundborne Vibration Meters
  • General Vibration Meters
  • Machinery Vibration Meters & Analysers
  • Human Vibration Meters
  • Vibration Calibrators/Exciters
  • PC-based Systems & Multi-channel Analysers
  • Accelerometers
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5 Day Standard Turnaround

ANV Measurement Systems, and our particulate (dust) monitor partners TSI, can usually complete calibrations within 5 working days of receipt of the instrumentation.

Need Help?

Don’t worry. A lot of people have questions about calibration and we’re always happy to talk through your requirements so you get exactly what you need. Call us on 01908 642846.

Free Extended Warranty on Rion Instrumentation

Send your Rion instruments to ANV’s laboratory (at least once every 12 months for Calibrators and Vibration Meters and at least once every 24 months for Sound Level Meters/Analysers) and we will extend the warranty on these instruments to a maximum of 6 years.

Reduced Hire Rates During Calibration

If you really can’t afford to be without your kit for even a few days whilst it is calibrated (or if more lengthy repairs are required) we will provide hire kit at a 30% discount (subject to availability).


Confidentiality: Unless otherwise agreed, any information which is gained through the calibration process shall remain confidential between ourselves and our customers.
When the Calibration Laboratory states conformance to a testing standard, it shall use guidance within document: UKAS Lab 48 (Decision Rules and Statements of Conformity). The acceptance limits, and application of measurement uncertainties, will be as defined in the relevant standard applicable to the test (as BS7580 makes no mention of uncertainties, the decision rule is further explained on the calibration certificate).
Please see our terms and conditions here.