As a DAkkS-accredited laboratory, we develop a customized calibration strategy for the measurands pressure, temperature, and humidity. We carry out the associated calibrations in our laboratory in accordance according to common standards and directives. On-site calibrations are also possible upon request. You benefit from:
Temperature calibration at normal temperature
Calibration at triple point of water
Temperature calibration in the blast furnace
Our cooperation with our DAkkS accredited laboratory means that the international market is literally open to you. After all, our DAkkS calibrations comply with internationally valid standards. Along with our many years of experience as a manufacturer of smart sensor and automation solutions, accreditation guarantees you calibration services at the highest professional level as well as quality and safety for the end user.
The abbreviation DAkkS stands for Deutsche Akkreditierungsstelle GmbH, which is responsible for the accreditation of calibration laboratories in Germany. The colloquial designation DAkkS calibration refers to a calibration in which the results are traced back to national standards. This calibration is carried out by an accredited calibration laboratory. That means that the laboratory works according to defined quality standards and is recognized by the DAkkS.
Calibration is based on internationally recognized calibration guidelines such as the DKD (German Calibration Service) directive DKD-R 5-1. This way, calibration results are internationally comparable and comply with recognized standards. At the same time, the quality and traceability of calibrations are guaranteed.
Prior to 2010, calibrations in Germany were carried out in accordance with the specifications of the Deutscher Kalibrierdienst (DKD). With the foundation of the DAkkS, the DKD was integrated into the DAkkS, so that DKD calibration corresponds to today's DAkkS calibration. The two terms are often used interchangeably.
DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025 specifies the requirements for test and calibration laboratories. It covers various areas, including the expertise of employees, the use of suitable test and calibration methods, the traceability of measurements to recognized standards, the control of measurement uncertainties, quality assurance, and the monitoring of measuring devices. It also sets out requirements for the reporting of results, including the presentation of measurement uncertainties and other relevant information.