TORQUELEADER’S CALIBRATION SERVICE

Published:  19 May, 2010

Regular calibration to International Standards is vital to ensure your torque equipment is operating at its peak performance, guaranteeing the accuracy necessary is being delivered.

At Torqueleader we take the subject of quality seriously in the manufacture of our tools. To validate our products we perform comprehensive testing and issue calibration certificates to demonstrate our tools' compliance.

We have a UKAS (United Kingdom Accreditation Service) Calibration Laboratory accredited to ISO/IEC 17025:2005 on site, capable of recalibrating most Hand Torque Tools, Analysers and Transducers in accordance with the International Standards.

By designing, manufacturing and assembling our Torque Tools in house we are in the unique position of possessing unquestionable knowledge of our tools. This knowledge guarantees there is nobody better qualified to calibrate or repair Torqueleader Tools.

To further enhance our service we have one point of contact for prices, repairs, progresses and general enquiry. This provides you with continuity and ensures that all queries are handled quickly, efficiently and, most importantly, accurately.

Our in house or UKAS Calibration Service is not only excellent for Torqueleader tools but with latest technology and highly skilled staff we can also accommodate tools from other manufacturers subject to inspection and acceptance.

For competitive prices, the speed of turnaround, booking your Torque Tool in, filling in the correct paperwork and general information on our in house or UKAS Calibration and Certification call the Hotline +44 (0) 1483 894476, email calibrate@torqueleader.co.uk or go to www.torqueleader.com

 

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