Great News: NVLAP Accreditation Demonstrates Laboratory Competence
Morehouse Instrument Company has received NVLAP accreditation to ISO/IEC 17025:2017. The unbiased third-party evaluation by NVLAP reduces our internal risk and instills trust in the laboratory’s competence.
The National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program (NVLAP), which is administered by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), provides third-party accreditation for calibration laboratories. To achieve this accreditation, Morehouse was assessed against the management and technical requirements published in ISO/IEC 17025:2017.
The accredited force and torque calibration services are listed on the Scope of Accreditation. Morehouse is also accredited by A2LA in the field of calibration. Specific parameters of the A2LA accreditation can be found in the Scope of Accreditation.
Morehouse calibration facilities and procedures are documented in a controlled quality assurance program manual, with compliance to applicable requirements. We raise the standard and challenge the “just calibrate it” mentality. We do this internally by carrying dual accreditation to make sure we are evaluated by two great organizations. NVLAP makes Morehouse better by bringing the technical expertise from NIST.
We help commercial labs, government labs, and other organizations lower their measurement risk by lowering equipment uncertainties for force and torque. Visit our Accreditation page to learn more about our commitment to quality.
Check out our video on NVLAP and A2LA Accreditation for our force and torque calibration services to learn more.
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