Extended Range of Certified Reference Materials (CRMs) and Associated Calibration Services Announced
Aug 17 2017 Read 688 Times
Since achieving accreditation to the internationally recognised ISO/IEC 17025 standard as a Calibration Laboratory in June 2001, by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS – 0659B), Starna Scientific has continued to develop and evolve this support for spectroscopy Certified Reference Materials into the comprehensive service it has now become.
The manufacturing and development base for this program was endorsed further by the accreditation of Starna Scientific by UKAS in June 2006, as the first Reference Material producer in the UK to be accredited to ISO Guide 34 (UKAS – 4001), after its key role in the associated pilot study.
In November 2016, ISO Guide 34 was formally recognised as a standard by ISO, becoming ISO 17034, and a part of this continuing evolution and the increasing demand for CRMs, Starna Scientific has taken this opportunity to make available an expanded manufacturing and certification program under these two complimentary standards.
To its extensive, and potential customer base, this now means Starna Scientific have the capability to provide this accredited calibration service across a much broader range of both new and existing CRMs.
This extension allows Starna Scientific entry into new spectroscopic areas such as Fluorescence, Raman, etc. and offers the capability for customers to (re)certify appropriately manufactured CRMs or standard materials currently being used within their own environment; and thereby provide the appropriate certification, consistent with the requirements for accreditation to ISO/IEC 17025.
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