Pulsar Instruments dosemeters are well known for being robust and hard-wearing, but to make sure your measurements remain accurate, reliable and legally compliant they need to be serviced and recalibrated regularly.
We recommend that you return your dosemeters for service and recalibration on a yearly basis so you can have total confidence in your noise measurements.
After noise measurement recalibration of your instruments, we issue you with a current and valid calibration certificate. We perform all calibrations in accordance with recommendations and requirements of the appropriate International Standards and typically check over 100 different parameters.
Noise Dosemeter Service and Recalibration from: Price per unit £247+ return delivery charge of £18 for drop-off or +£40 for collection. Please choose your preferred return method from the dropdown and Add to Basket. Once your order is placed our team will contact you to arrange your return + recalibration service.
Customers outside of the UK:
Please use the Add to Quote button (above) and our team will contact you directly regarding your return + recalibration service.
Additional charges may apply for:
- Replacement microphones
- Replacement displays
- Other non-warranty repairs required (full details will be given)
- Non-UK return shipping
If additional charges apply you will be contacted for pre-payment before the return of your instruments.
How to return your instrument to us:
Please send your instrument (or kit) in suitable protective packaging or its kit case to:
- Pulsar Instruments Plc, The Evron Centre, John Street, Filey, North Yorkshire YO14 9DW, United Kingdom
Non-UK origin Services:
Please note that equipment returned to us from outside the UK must be supplied with suitable paperwork to allow entry into the UK without Pulsar Instruments being levied with UK Customs Duty. If this is not done and duty has to be paid this will be charged to the customer.
The paperwork supplied with the instrument must state that the equipment is “UK manufactured goods returned for repair. To be returned to XXX after repair, where XXX is the customer country.