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We offer two options for the calibration certificate format. One is for Standard Calibration and the other is for ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Accredited Calibration. Both options provide traceability to NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology). Below you will find an example for each.

Standard Calibration and Accredited Calibration options include the following information to meet the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025:2017 and ANSI/NCSL Z540-3:
  • Title "Calibration Certificate"

  • Name and address of the laboratory

  • The location of performance of the laboratory activities, including when performed at a customer facility or at sites away from the laboratory’s permanent facilities, or in associated temporary or mobile facilities

  • Report number

  • The name and contact information of the customer

  • Identification of the method used

  • A description, unambiguous identification, and, when necessary, the condition of the item

  • The date(s) of performance of the laboratory activity

  • The date of issue of the report

  • A statement to the effect that the results relate only to the items tested, calibrated or sampled

  • The results with, where appropriate, the units of measurement

  • Identification of the person(s) authorizing the report

  • A statement specifying that the report shall not be reproduced except in full without approval of the laboratory

  • The conditions (e.g. environmental) under which the calibrations were made that have an influence on the measurement results

  • A statement identifying how the measurements are metrologically traceable

  • The results before and after any adjustment or repair

  • Where relevant, a statement of conformity with requirements or specifications

  • Optional - If previously agreed with the customer, a calibration due date

The Accredited Calibration certificate includes the following additional information:
  • The measurement uncertainty of the measurement result presented in the same unit as that of the measurand or in a term relative to the measurand

  • PJLA (Perry Johnson Laboratory Accreditation & ILAC (International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation) logos

  • The accreditation number of the laboratory

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