Temperature is critical in the manufacturing of various products in the pharmaceutical, food and beverage, oil and gas, aerospace, and logistics industries. Even minor variations in the required temperature can have an impact on product quality, quantity, and even safety.

Omega Mepis is an EIAC accredited calibration laboratory, for calibrating RTD's, Temperature Gauges, transmitters and liquid in glass thermometers we employ Platinum Resistance Thermometers, Digital Thermometers, and heat sources such as Liquid Baths and Dry Blocks.

Temperature indicators and simulators are calibrated using Multifunction Calibrator, Digital Thermometer and Digital Multimeter. All calibrations are done by comparison method and in terms of ITS-90 (INTERNATIONAL TEMPERATURE SCALE 1990)

Omega Mepis provides temperature calibration services ranging from -40°C to 650°C, which include:

  • Resistance Temperature Detector Indicators and Simulators.
  • Thermocouple Indicators and Simulators (Types J, K, N, R, S & T).
  • Resistance Temperature Detectors With and Without Display (-30°C to 500°C).
  • Thermocouples With and Without Display (-30°C to 500°C).
  • Resistance Temperature Detectors with Transmitters (-30°C to 500°C).
  • Temperature Block Calibrators (Single/Multi Holed) (-75°C to 500°C).
  • Liquid-in-Glass Thermometers (-30°C to 160°C).
  • Analog Temperature Gauges (-30°C to 500°C).

Our goal is to to satisfy our customers' needs by providing them with the greatest degree of service integrity and timely fulfillment of commitments.We provide our clients assurance that their equipment is collecting correct measurements and can withstand any inspection and auditing procedure by providing in-house and onsite services that adhere to national and international standards.

Frequently Asked Questions


Why is temperature calibration important? Is it necessary?

The significance of calibration is entirely dependent on the application. There are several applications with varying measurement precision needs. It is sometimes vital to know that your measurements are correct, and other times minor error is acceptable.


So how do you know if you should calibrate your instrument?

There are standards in place for accuracy requirements. This is usually because any process is designed to function within certain accuracy margins. An inaccurate temperature reading would cause uncertainty! This is also why calibration is often done preemptively after a set period, which is usually every year. This ensures that the readings are always reliable and accurate.

Key Factors


Calibration of vital temperature instruments is necessary to assure consistency and product quality while also helping businesses to efficiently manage resource consumption — all of which are important considerations in remaining competitive in the marketplace. The following are the key reasons for temperature calibration:


Product quality


Regulatory Compliance


Personal Safety