Do I Need A Certificate?
- This is a precise certificate that specifies more accurately the absolute precision of an instrument/product, i.e. For the Trumeter Road Wheel - a calibration certificate is more likely to say, "At 100m the wheel reads 99.63m". Thus, the user can be more precise with the measurements an work to a better standard of accuracy.
- Most companies that are registered to a standard, i.e. BS5750 or ISO9000 etc., need to have machinery/instruments that are properly serviced and maintained. The best way to keep track of this is by certificates from the manufacturer/supplier. Their internal procedures mean they keep a record of Calibration/Certification and it must be renewed every six months or one year.
- For the majority of situations our Certificate of Conformity is acceptable. This is provided free of charge with any new instrument and is included in the cost of the service
- If a Calibration Certificate is required, the item may need to be sent away or ordered specially, with an estimated delivery time of 2 weeks.