Welcome To Simba International
Simba International is the leading Measuring Instrument manufacturers, suppliers in Pune, India, Kinshasa, DR Congo, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Nigeria, Uganda. We are also exporters, dealers of Measuring Instruments. We are in high demand in the market because we offer a wide range of quality measuring instruments at reasonable prices for different industries.
With the latest technology and highly skilled team, we are able to develop comprehensive gauges for various measurement applications. With over years of industry experience, we manufacture and maintain state-of-the-art equipment.
Our instruments are made from the highest quality raw materials to provide superior quality equipment at competitive prices. Compliant with many industry standards and standards, we offer a wide range of gauges in a variety of specifications.
A Testing & measuring instrument is a device for measuring physical quantities. In science, quality assurance, and engineering, measurement is the activity of obtaining and comparing physical quantities of real-world objects and events.
All gauges are subject to varying degrees of instrumental error and measurement uncertainty. These instruments range from simple things like rulers and stopwatches to electron microscopes and particle accelerators.
Resolution is the degree to which an instrument can detect variations in the quantity being measured. This is the maximum incremental change in the instrument's output for a change in the specified portion of span.
Accuracy is the condition or quality of exact conformance to a standard. The accuracy of an instrument is the degree to which the average of many measurements made by the instrument agrees with the true value or standard being measured.
Precision (also called repeatability) is the variation in readings obtained when repeating the exact same measurement. Instrument accuracy is the ability to repeat a series of measurements on the same part and get the same result for each measurement.
Stability is defined as the difference between at least two sets of mean values measured on the same part at different times with the same gauge.