ISO/IEC17025 Accredited Pipette Calibration Service

Platinum Pipette Service ISO/IEC 17025 Accredited Calibration

First, as-found data is recorded before disassembly or any other action is taken. This ensures that the resulting data accurately reflects the conditions and operation of the pipette when it was received by the lab. Pipettes are then disassembled and cleaned. All parts are inspected for damage and wear.

Pipettes are then reassembled and calibrated. Four readings are taken at three volumes: nominal, 50% of nominal, and 10% of nominal.

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A calibration sticker is affixed to the instrument and a comprehensive calibration report with as-found and as-left data is issued. This service falls within the scope of our accreditation and all documentation is compliant with ISO/IEC 17025 and the FDA's GMP and GLP requirements.

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Signature Pipette Service
NIST-traceable

Pipettes are disassembled and cleaned. All parts are inspected for damage and wear. Pipettes are then reassembled and calibrated. Four readings taken at three volumes: nominal, 50% of nominal, and 10% of nominal.

A calibration sticker is affixed to the instrument and a comprehensive calibration report with as-left data is issued. This service falls within the scope of our accreditation and all documentation is compliant with ISO/IEC 17025 and the FDA's GMP and GLP requirements.

Economy Pipette Service
NIST-traceable

Pipettes are disassembled and cleaned. All parts are inspected for damage and wear. Pipettes are then reassembled and calibrated. Four readings taken at three volumes: nominal, 50% of nominal, and 10% of nominal.

A calibration sticker is affixed to the instrument. This service falls within the scope of our accreditation and all documentation is compliant with ISO/IEC 17025 and the FDA's GMP and GLP requirements.

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Our Accreditations and Clients Responsibilities

CLC Calibration, LLC is accredited by PJLA, an ILAC member and MRA signatory. It is the customer’s responsibility to ensure that this accreditation and certification of calibration results are accepted by the customer’s accreditation body or other regulatory authority. Please check with your accrediting body to obtain approval of our certification before work is performed. Documentation related to our quality system and calibration standards is available for review upon request and with reasonable advance notice.

Instrument evaluation tolerances and calibration intervals are determined by the customer and should be based on the accuracy and precision requirements of their specific applications and operations. CLC Calibration neither determines these parameters nor offers advice on these matters. In cases where accuracy, precision, or calibration interval requirements are not specified by the customer, we will use our laboratory's tolerance protocol.