Plastic Melt Pressure
Mag Meters (E&H & Fisher Porter)
Mass Meters (E&H)
Backflow Preventer Testing
Sure Controls Working Metrology Standards
Sure Controls maintains an inventory of metrology standards that are all traceable to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Traceability on all our standards are fully documented at Sure Controls Inc. by retaining all current and past certificates of calibration for each metrology standard. These certificates are on file and are open to all our customers and/or inspectors (that are conducting audits at our customers locations) who request to see them. Industry standard recalibration intervals are used on all our metrology standards. These intervals are reviewed each year by Sure Controls Inc. by reviewing calibration data which is kept on each standard.
Whenever possible, the manufacturers suggested calibration procedure will be used. When this is not available, Sure Controls will verify a calibration point to the customer specification (ISO9000 Parameter) or to a general calibration procedure kept at Sure Controls
As an integral part of our calibration program, Sure Controls Inc. will provide complete documentation of calibration services. This will include:
- A list of calibration equipment used which includes the standards:
- Model Number
- Serial Number
- Date Last Calibrated
- Date Due for Calibration
- Where It Was Last Calibrated
- The Calibration Certificate Number
- Normal Test Point Value
- Device Under Test Initial Reading
- Device Under Test Post Calibration Reading
- Machine Number
- Any Other Date Requested By the Customer
Sure Controls is A2LA Certified:
Does your facility require ISO/IEC17025 calibration service providers? Sure Controls is A2LA certified to perform 17025 calibration work on specific temperature and pressure equipment.
Additional information about Accreditation:
What is ISO/IEC 17025? ISO/IEC 17025 was first issued in 1999 by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). It is the single most important standard for calibration and testing laboratories around the world. Laboratories that are accredited to this international standard have demonstrated that they are technically competent and able to produce precise and accurate test and/or calibration data.
What is Accreditation?
Accreditation is a voluntary, third party-reviewed process. As part of accreditation, a laboratory’s quality management system is thoroughly evaluated on a regular basis to ensure continued technical competence and compliance with ISO/IEC 17025. Laboratory accreditation can only be granted by an accreditation body. The accreditation body that Sure Controls has teamed with is A2LA.
Who is A2LA?
The American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) accredits laboratories to ISO/IEC 17025 and field specific requirements developed with specifiers and regulators. When your laboratory is A2LA accredited, it means the laboratory has achieved a prescribed level of technical competence to perform specific types of testing, measurement, and calibration activities. Commercial labs and captive (internal) labs of all kinds, around the world, value A2LA accreditation.