Quality assured weighing calibrations for total peace of mind

Traceable calibrations complying with ISO 9001:2015

UKAS calibrations accredited to ISO 17025:2017 International Standards

UKAS weight calibrations for test weights

Custom calibrations for complex applications

Achieve consistent quality with reliable weighing results

Periodic calibrations are critical to achieving accurate and reliable weighing results throughout the lifetime of your weighing equipment. A calibration provides confidence in your results and is the most effective way to safeguard against non-compliance issues originating from your weighing processes. Our breadth of experience across non-automatic and automatic laboratory and industrial applications enables us to deliver a comprehensive range of calibration packages that best fit your operational and regulatory requirements.

1Exclusions apply. 2Subject to change. 3Where relevant to equipment. 4Non-UKAS and where requested.

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Expert opinions: How calibrations provide measurement confidence

What role do calibrations play in helping you achieve measurement confidence and avoid the detrimental impact of inaccuracies?  We put some FAQs to Mike Glew, Quality Manager at Northern Balance for his perspective on how data obtained from calibration tests help to identify risks and safeguard your critical weighing processes.

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Traceable and UKAS calibration tests

Traceable and UKAS calibrations – how do I choose the right option?

When requesting a calibration service, you may be offered a traceable or UKAS calibration, but which is the right option for your needs?  There are fundamental differences that could impact on compliance and successful trading if an unsuitable calibration is performed.  We highlight the key features of traceable and UKAS to help you choose the right calibration option for your operations.

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Engineer assessing calibration frequencies

Factors for determining calibration frequencies

If you work to ISO 9001: 2015 and/ or ISO 17025:2017 standards, it’s imperative that you establish a calibration programme that ensures the validity of the results given by your weighing equipment.  While ISO standards outline the need for calibrations, no prescribed guidance is provided to determine calibration frequency.  To safeguard the accuracy of your equipment, we look at key considerations to help you define the best frequency for your process, equipment and application.

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