Verification, Realignment And Calibration
for screwdriving technology
Calibration is defined as the establishment and recording of deviations from accurate values by measurement tool readings under predetermined conditions (Dakks-DKD-4).
Realignment is the procedure undertaken to eliminate known systematic deviations between measurement tool readings and accurate measurement values.
Verification comprises the evidence of fulfilment of defined specifications and can be carried out routinely as an intermediate examination of a measurement tool to complement the calibration.
Traceability describes a procedure through which a measurement tool’s readings can be compared at one or more stages with a national standard for relevant measurement values (Dakks-DKD-4).