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We are PASSIONATE about our work

We build strong, long-term client relationships by listening to, understanding and exceeding our client's expectations in a responsive, enthusiastic and professional manner.


75 Years of experience

Our combined years of experience exceeds 75 years.

Professional

All technicians are trainined and cetified in ISO17025:2005, GLP, cGMP and FDA procedures and regulations.

Modern Methods

Pipettes are inspected, pm service performed, worn parts replaced and then recalibrated against ISO8655 specifications for Accuracy and Precision.

Why Choose us?

Technicians are trained and certified in ISO17025:2005 GLP, cGMP and FDA procedures and regulations.
We employ cutting edge techniques for pipette calibrations and repair and verifications and specifically for balances and scale verification.
With over 75 years of calibration experience, our group is trained, skilled and competent in all phases of pipette calibrations, repairs and certificates of calibration.

Quality Calibrations Inc. is ISO 17025:2005 Accredited.

What is ISO 17025:2005 Accreditation?

ISO 17025:2005 is the international standard used by Testing and Calibration Labs and was issued by the international Organization for Standardization in 1999 and revised in 2005. It is an international standard which specifies the general requirements for the competance to carry out tests and calibrations including Measurement Uncertainty.

ISO 17025 Accreditation ("General Requirements for the Competence of Testing and Calibrations Laboratories") requires more stringent regulations in laboratories - to assure that your pipettes receive the most accurate and precise service.

Quality Calibrations strived for and received our ISO 17025 Accreditation in November, 2008 due to customer demand to meet their ISO17025:2005 regulations.

An ISO 17025 Calibration Lab must possess and provide Organizational structure,procedures, process and resources, including:

Measurement uncertainty is related with both the systematic and random error of a measurement, and depends on both the accuracy and precision of the measurement instrument.

Measurement Uncertainty consists of parameters which prevent the exact value of a measurement being known -including the standard deviation of a measurement and the uncertainty of measurement of the balance. Also included are the environmental factors of the lab. Measurement Uncertianly provides increased accuracy in the measurement.

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