Interface Force Measurements Ltd. - PRODUCT NEWS
Interface Force steps up with factory calibration capabilities
With the imminent, temporary closure of one the UKs leading load cell calibration laboratories, sensor specialists Interface Force Measurements is stepping up to offer a cost-effective calibration and repair service from Interface Incs ISO 17025 accredited lab.
Having the capability to offer calibration services for its own extensive range of load cells and sensors, Interface Force is now extending this for external products. The company offers speedy and cost-effective recalibration of load cells, load pins, rotary torque transducers, reaction torque transducers, rod end cells and tension links.
As well as calibration, Interface offers a 5-7 business day turnaround for repair services, including connector replacement on any manufacturers load cell. A comprehensive evaluation before repair and calibration can also be carried out is available free of charge.
All work is undertaken by highly-skilled technicians to the highest standards. With a broad capability, testing calibration and repair can be carried out on a range of products from 0.5N to 4.5MN on equipment that includes 9 hydraulic and 6 deadweight systems. All testing is directly traceable to NIST and only NIST certified Gold Standard Load Cells are used as reference standards.
Facilities and procedures are under continuous audit from government and industrial organisations and the company holds the following accreditations: A2LA Accredited Certificate including Load Cells & Rotary Sensors, ISO GUIDE 17025 - Competence of calibration and testing laboratories, ANSI/NCSL Z540-1, ISO 10012-1, MIL-STD-45662A, E74 Calibrations, Class AA Calibrations and is NUPIC - Nuclear Procurement Listed.
For more information, please contact :-
Interface Force Measurements Ltd.
Unit 19 Wellington Business Park, Dukes Ride, Crowthorne, Berkshire RG45 6LS UK.
Tel: +44 (0)1344 776666
Fax: +44 (0)1344 774765
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