Optimise accuracy with a traceable weighing calibration package

Certified to ISO 9001:2015

Convenient on or off-site calibrations for any weighing equipment1

Audit-ready, online calibration certificate

Complimentary servicing and adjustments

Achieve consistent quality with reliable weighing results

Traceable weighing calibration packages are most suitable when there are no statutory or regulatory requirements for accredited certification or where equipment is used in non-critical operations. Certified to ISO 9001:2015, Northern Balance can carry out traceable calibrations on or off-site for all weighing equipment1.

Features and benefits

Quality and competence guaranteed

At Northern Balance, we pride ourselves on being your independent weighing solutions partner. With over 150 years’ calibration expertise and our high standards of quality assurance, we enable you to optimise weighing performance, measure confidently, and avoid the costs of inaccurate weighing.

Quality assurance is embedded throughout our operations. In addition to our ISO 9001:2015 certification, our team of engineers work to UK Weighing Federation Guidelines, which reflect our commitment to quality.

All our weights are traceable to the National Physical Laboratory (NPL). We can also provide certification for the calibration of weighing equipment that meets the requirements of all national and quality-assurance standards.

1Exclusions apply.

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