Calibrating is described as the process of checking a mechanical applicator, such as a fertilizer spreader, to insure that it will accurately deliver the right amount of material to the right amount of area.

-see also:
"Calibrating" is in the HS Code "9028"
  Gas, Liquid Or Electricity Supply Or Production Meters, Including Calibrating Meters Thereof

"Calibrating" is in the UNSPSC Code "24111804"
  Calibrating tanks

Ref: 122338/2006-09-19


Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
ISO 4037-3:1999 (X and gamma reference radiation for calibrating ...)
Process (Process means the preparation of a substance, ...)


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