With Expanded ISO Accreditation, Endress+Hauser Is Now Covering Full Spectrum of Calibration Needs

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October 29, 2021

Endress+Hauser Canada has been granted expanded ISO:17025 accreditation for its calibration services to now cover the entire spectrum of flow, temperature, pressure and liquid analysis instrumentation, whether performed onsite at the customer’s facility or in the Endress+Hauser laboratories.

The specific additions to the company’s already extensive ISO-accredited coverage of calibration needs are:

  •    –   conductivity from 100 uS/cm to 200,000 uS/cm
  •    –   pH calibrations from 1 pH to 14 pH
  •    –   pressure calibration range increased to 1,500 PSIG
  •    –   flow capabilities increased to 1,000 L/min ; 1,000 Kg/min

Further enhancements to Endress+Hauser’s calibration offerings are planned. For one, the new 47,000 sq ft Endress+Hauser Canada’s Customer Experience Centre in Burlington, scheduled to open later this year, will feature a calibration laboratory with tooling and equipment second to none in Canada. Earlier in 2021 Endress+Hauser Canada has also added a new flow calibration laboratory in Edmonton, Alberta. The company has technicians accredited all across Canada with mobile flow calibration capabilities served from Edmonton, Burlington and Montreal.

Endress+Hauser Canada is a provider of high quality calibration services for customers, assuring timely, traceable, and cost-effective calibration services to ensure high performance and compliance with their operating requirements. Besides the actual device calibration, the company offers value added services such as installed base analysis and maintenance optimization.

For more information, visit www.ca.endress.com.

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