• WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ISO 17025 COMPLIANT & ACCREDITED?
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    WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ISO 17025 COMPLIANT & ACCREDITED?

    Not sure what the difference is between ISO 17025 accreditation and ISO 17025 compliance? That question is asked by many quality, tooling, or maintenance managers. The short answer is that accreditation is legally verified, while compliance is not. This is important to determine for meeting quality guidelines or regulations. Establishing accreditation is also useful when
  • HOW DOES CALIBRATION EXTEND EQUIPMENT LIFE?
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    HOW DOES CALIBRATION EXTEND EQUIPMENT LIFE?

    The purpose of calibration is to ensure that instruments are providing accurate readings. While regular testing may be a part of ISO certification or internal quality management systems, it can be easy to forget how this impacts operations as a whole. Equipment that has inaccurate measurements can negatively affect downstream equipment and operations. The way

  • HOW TO MANAGE CERTIFICATES OF CALIBRATION
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    HOW TO MANAGE CERTIFICATES OF CALIBRATION

    A key part of meeting quality requirements is keeping accurate records. These records typically include work processes, documented quality standards, and tooling calibration certificates. Some manufacturers struggle with this because they don’t have an easy process for storing and finding the information that they need. Rummaging through filing cabinets or searching in a spreadsheet can
  • BETTER CALIBRATION TURNAROUND TIME TIPS
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    BETTER CALIBRATION TURNAROUND TIME TIPS

    Ensuring instrument accuracy is part of many quality management systems and certification requirements. To accomplish this, companies must schedule regular instrument testing. This process shouldn’t interfere with operations or work. The key is to have the lowest possible turnaround time. Follow the tips below to get a better calibration turnaround time. Choose Local Service A

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