With our accreditation by the DAkkS in accordance with DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025 and certification in accordance with DIN EN ISO 9001, your measuring equipment is calibrated by safe and qualified hands.
We are accredited by the DAkkS in accordance with DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025 for calibrations in various areas.
Many measuring devices from a wide range of well-known manufacturers undergo a calibration routine that we have developed over many years, so that we can guarantee fast and competent processing.
About the German Accreditation Body
The legal mandate of DAkkS is to carry out the accreditation of conformity assessment bodies (laboratories, certification and inspection bodies).
Accreditation by the DAkkS confirms that the above-mentioned bodies fulfill their tasks competently and in accordance with applicable requirements.
What exactly is an accredited calibration (DAkkS) and why should you calibrate your measuring equipment accordingly?
In an accredited calibration, measurement uncertainties are calculated precisely and assigned directly to each measurement result. Traceable calibration is therefore guaranteed. The DIN EN ISO 17025 standard is applied and the effort for the process and safeguarding of the measurement results is maximized.
The advantages of accredited calibration of your measuring equipment are maximum safety, the best possible accuracy, minimum measurement uncertainty and international recognition.
Our quality management system is certified according to the DIN EN ISO 9001:2015 standard and applies to the calibration service of electrical and mechanical measuring devices as well as weight, pressure, force, torque, temperature and humidity measuring devices for industrial and medical applications, as well as ESD tests.
What exactly is the difference to accredited calibration (DAkkS) and what are the advantages?
Any person or company is permitted to carry out factory calibrations as long as they have a physical measuring device available.
The biggest difference to the accredited calibration is the lower procedural effort, which is also reflected in the lower costs. With a factory calibration, significantly fewer measuring points are used for calibration items that do not comply with the DAkkS / DKD / DGQ / VDE routine etc. and the evaluation of the measurement results is not as precise and comprehensive as with an accredited calibration.
For companies that are certified according to IATF 16949 – the standard for the automotive industry – accredited calibration for all external calibrations is one of the requirements of the standard.
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