What is a calibration tolerance? Who should set the tolerance levels in a process plant? What criteria should you use to determine the tolerances? Why are tolerances so important?

In this video, Roy breaks down what calibration tolerance is, what criteria you can use to determine tolerances and, ideally, who should set the tolerance levels in a process plant. He uses a simple analogy that explains why tolerances can be critical to avoid “floppy wings.”

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