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Calibration Services (ISO/IEC 17025 Accreditation)

Quality is our business. We understand that the reliability of your product depends not only on the testing equipment that you purchase, but also on the quality and commitment of the support that stands behind that equipment. Tinius Olsen is proud to announce that we are A2LA accredited in the USA and UKAS accredited in the UK. We are able to verify not only our equipment, but also a variety of other manufacturers’ tensile, compression, impact, and hardness equipment which translates into one source for all your certification needs. Tinius Olsen’s level of customer support is unequaled in the industry; from pre-scheduled maintenance/calibration contracts to our telephone support and priority on-site service, we’re there when you need us.

A2LA Accreditation

MRA-A2LA

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ISO/IEC 17025
Tinius Olsen’s calibration service is A2LA Accredited as meeting the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025 (equivalent to the relevant requirements of ISO 9000) and ANSI/NCSL Z540-1.

UKAS Accreditation

MRA-UKAS

Tinius Olsen’s Calibration Service is accredited by UKAS (United Kingdom Accreditation Service) for force and extensometry calibrations. Our quality system meets the requirements of ISO 17025 and as such is accepted by quality standards worldwide. Calibrations can be performed to the following standards: for force: ISO 75001-1 and ASTM E4; for extensometry: BS EN ISO 9513 and ISO 5893; Displacement: ASTM E2309; and Crosshead Speed: ASTM E2658.

UKAS Schedule of Accreditation PDF

UKAS Certificate PDF

We are also able to calibrate a variety of other manufacturers’ tension and compression equipment, as well as their extensometry and other instrumentation, which translates into one source for all your certification needs.


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