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Tulsa Calibration : Quality Products

Speaker 1: Good morning, Vietnam! Welcome to Tulsa calibration. This is Travis and Nate in the Precision Calibrations world. We’re glad you’re here with us.

Speaker 2: Okay, that threw me off a little bit. That was … I think we peaked the meters on that one. I think the whole place got wind of that one.

Speaker 1: I’m happy. I’m so happy. Are you happy? I’m happy.

Speaker 2: I remember Robin Williams in that movie. He was quite a comedian on that one. Do you remember?

Speaker 1: Yes, absolutely.

Speaker 2: I think you might be too young for that movie.

Speaker 1: Didn’t matter if I was too young for it or not.

Speaker 2: You remember.

Speaker 1: I watched it after I wasn’t too young.

Speaker 2: You just did the whole welcome, good morning, Vietnam, so apparently you did see it. Yeah, so we’re going to have recalibrate this instrument right here, this microphone, I think, but that was good, man. I like that.

Speaker 1: Well, it’s a good thing we’re here in Tulsa Calibrations

Speaker 2: That is a good thing, and it’s a good day to be here. You’re right. Absolutely. It’s a good day. It’s a good day.

Speaker 1: It’s a good thing that if this here equipment became uncalibrated because it was used in its extreme high or lows that Precision Calibrations is here, and we can give you a quality job at a quality price at a … You know what? I’m just going to say it. A lot of our customers just want to go have a beer with us after we’re done.

Speaker 2: It’s true. It’s true.

Speaker 1: They want to pay us to come, and they don’t want us to leave.

Speaker 2: It’s true, and they call us back because they know that we are definitely the best outfit in Tulsa doing calibrations.

Speaker 1: You know, I’m not going to lie. Why I’ve been doing this Tulsa calibration thing, it would not be the first time that a quality manager came up to me and said, “Hey, I know you’re my calibration company here in Tulsa calibrations, but my maintenance team sucks, and I need project A, B, and C done. It’s not a calibration per se, but it’s in your world. It’s an electronic sampling device that it then going to need to be calibrated once it’s installed. I would love to have a maintenance department that’s capable and can stay on top of it, but you guys are so efficient at Precision Calibrations, and I have so much confidence in your work, that I would be thrilled if you could take on a couple of these side projects for me.”

Speaker 2: I think it’s kind of cool to have some things outside of just calibrations, and we’ve got so much experience in mechanics and electronics that I notice that a lot of customers do appreciate and want us to serve in other areas, and so it’s kind of nice sometimes to get out there and do something a little bit different than just the Tulsa calibration, you know? Yeah.

Speaker 1: To think that these companies, these multi-million dollar companies that I’m speaking of right now, have a whole fully staffed maintenance department, and yet they still would like to turn over delicate instrument installations and different projects to this team.

Speaker 2: Yeah. It is impressive. I think it just speaks to our knowledge and experience and our, well, just our character. These are things that we show and how we shine.

Speaker 1: All right, so here we go. It’s Friday, April …

Speaker 2: 7th.

Speaker 1: 7th. Oh man, that means I turned 33 a few days ago. I’m getting old man. I’m getting old.

Speaker 2: My, my, my.

Speaker 1: My, my, my, but you know what else that means?

Speaker 2: No.

Speaker 1: That mean that it has been a fantastic week of Tulsa calibration.

Speaker 2: It has been a fantastic week. We’ve done a lot of calibrations this week. We’ve serviced multiple customers in the aerospace industry and other industries doing all kind of calibrations. We’re doing pressure gauge calibrations and torque calibrations and oh gosh, all kinds of stuff. It just all kind of runs together. It’s all just calibrations.

Speaker 1: Let me ask you a question.

Speaker 2: Okay.

Speaker 1: Are you ready for a question?

Speaker 2: Let’s go. Let me have it.

Speaker 1: Are you in Tulsa?

Speaker 2: We are in Tulsa.

Speaker 1: Do you do calibrations?

Speaker 2: We do Tulsa calibrations. That is correct.

Speaker 1: I got a question for you. I am somewhere in Tulsa.

Speaker 2: Yes you are.

Speaker 1: I do not know that Precision Calibrations exists.

Speaker 2: But they do.

Speaker 1: They do. I hear they rock, rock, rock.

Speaker 2: Look at the Google reviews.

Speaker 1: Tulsa Calibration.

Speaker 2: Look at the reviews.

Speaker 1: Rocked the precision calibrations world, but I am Bill Harrington in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and I need some calibrations done here in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and I don’t know that Precision Calibrations exists. Something about just being close minded and not knowing where to look, I was wondering, how … Close minded is not the right way to go. Whoever’s typing this, don’t type close minded. Just leave that out, but so I’m sitting here. How do you find me?

Speaker 2: Well, I don’t know.

Speaker 1: Remember I’m Bill. I don’t know you exist.

Speaker 2: Well, Bill-

Speaker 1: How do I find you?

Speaker 2: Bill, if you-

Speaker 1: How do you find me, because I need you to find me so my Tulsa calibrations can blow me away, and I can be super happy like everybody else.

Speaker 2: Bill, I hope that if it’s a calibration item that you have, if it’s something that you need to be calibrated, I’m hoping that you would know that there’s a great resource out there for you.

Speaker 1: I just told you I don’t know you exist. I’m trying to find out what that resource is. How do I do it? What am I doing?

Speaker 2: I know. The resource is the internet. You use the internet. You use Google. By using Google, you just search for Tulsa calibration, manage, and then you’ve got … You’ll find us. We’ll be right there. You just find us right there on the first stop of the screen. We’ll be the first ones on the list. First ones, and that’s not an AdWord. That’s not even an ad. That’s going to be top of the list. What do they call it? Generic? No, what do they call it?

Speaker 1: I think they call it number one bad asses.

Speaker 2: They call it organic, and we’ll be number one on the list, so if you’ve got a calibration need, and you don’t know how to find us, type in calibration. One of these days pretty soon, we’ll be … Pretty soon, you just type in calibration manage, and we’re going to be right there top of the list. It’s going to happen. It’s going to to happen.

Speaker 1: Well, I can feel that there are a lot of Bills out there. There’s a lot of Bills out there. We need to reach them all, because we have a duty to make everybody in Tulsa calibration world-

Speaker 2: An obligation.

Speaker 1: … happy and just have as much good product as we can put out.

Speaker 2: Yeah, because the calibration world is one of those things where we’re just trying to meet certain quality standards, and we do it. We use certified instruments, pressure gauge calibrations, torque wrench calibrations, we do it all, and we are an accredited ISO 17025 accredited lab doing pressure calibrations and torque calibrations right there in Claremore, Oklahoma, Claremore calibrations.

Speaker 1: Hey, I heard you say that you did a calibration today in Tulsa calibration. Why don’t you describe the calibration that you did today?

Speaker 2: What kind of calibration did we today that you might be speaking of?

Speaker 1: Why don’t you talk about maybe a deadweight tester with a transducer? How does that process look? I came in, and I had a need, and I needed to get my transducer calibrated. How did that happen? What’s the process of that?

Speaker 2: You know what, it starts with having certified calibration equipment and being certified ISO 17025, that’s where it start, because when you’re ISO 17025 accredited, you know that you have an approval that shows that you have met the certain standards.

Speaker 1: You’ve proven the ice in your pudding?

Speaker 2: Yeah, exactly, the ice in the pudding. Uh yeah, is that how that goes? I’m not sure that’s how that go, ice.

Speaker 1: You got to be different. You got to be unique. You got to offer something that everybody else don’t.

Speaker 2: Okay, okay, right on.

Speaker 1: Precision Calibrations in Tulsa calibration world is growing and expanding, because we have ice in our pudding instead of sugar in our pudding. Everybody’s got sugar in their pudding. We’re offering something that’s better than sugar.

Speaker 2: Okay, well, that’s right, and so to do pressure transducer calibrations in Claremore calibrations lab, we take these pressure calibration devices and hook them up to our deadweight tester and put pressure on these pressure transducers and check them with our certified standards and make sure that they are reading correctly. If they’re not reading correctly, we’ll make adjustments to them even. That’s just how we are. If there’s something that’s just not, it’s not reading correctly, we’ll make the adjustments for you to make sure that when we give it back to you that it’s in absolute best condition that it can be in, because that’s just how we roll. Precision Calibrations in Tulsa calibrations.

Speaker 1: I’m pretty sad.

Speaker 2: Uh-oh. What’s going on, man? What sadness?

Speaker 1: I’m sad.

Speaker 2: I don’t .. I can’t imagine how you could be sad right now in this morning.

Speaker 1: I’m sad.

Speaker 2: No there’s … this is impossible.

Speaker 1: Why do we have to have deadweights?

Speaker 2: Oh, so …

Speaker 1: I’m sad.

Speaker 2: Listen, manage.

Speaker 1: Why do we got to have deadweight?

Speaker 2: It’s like the living dead, man.

Speaker 1: Why do we got to test dead things?

Speaker 2: They’re still alive. It’s like the living dead, so they’re really not dead.

Speaker 1: You just said that you had a deadweight tester. Why are the weights dead?

Speaker 2: It can be a little confusing I know, but the deadweights really are pretty happy.

Speaker 1: I don’t like death. I want liveweights. Can we get a liveweight tester?

Speaker 2: It’s all about how it’s used after the death.

Speaker 1: I think we should take a poll.

Speaker 2: We’re not going to [inaudible 00:09:04]-

Speaker 1: I think we should put a widget on the website, and let’s start asking people. Do you want a liveweight tester, or do you want a deadweight tester?

Speaker 2: The deadweight testers are so functional, so important, and they’re happy. They might be dead, but they’re happy. Is that possible? I don’t think that’s possible, Tulsa calibration, because you’re right, we don’t need a bunch of death around. We want liveliness.

Speaker 1: Well, I know one thing. It’s not dead in here. It is not dead in Vietnam. We appreciate you guys tuning into this amazing podcast, and don’t forget that if you have calibration needs in the Tulsa calibration world or Vietnam, we’ll be saying good morning and good night.

Speaker 2: Yeah, have a great day.

Speaker 1: Yessum.