Mass Weight Calibration
ISO 17025:2017 Accredited Calibration Services by A2LA
Nationwide Service / Regional Pick up and Delivery
Mass Weight Calibration Services at Integrated Service Solutions
The Mass Weight Calibration Laboratory at Integrated Service Solutions, Inc. is ISO/IEC 17025:2017 accredited by A2LA and provides mass weight calibrations with a measurement range of 1mg to 30kg.
We calibrate ASTM 1 weights to 4:1 TUR and all calibrations include electronic documentation and NIST traceable standards.
Uniquely Constructed Lab
The Mass Lab is housed in an air tight room that was designed exclusively for the singular purpose of calibrating weights. The specially built structure includes a 3 ft. deep concrete floor for stability and hydrophobic paint for durability. In addition, the Mass Laboratory is environmentally monitored and data is recorded 24/7/365 for consistency in temperature and humidity.
All weights delivered or shipped to our facility for calibration are entered into our database for tracking purposes and then placed in the laboratory for 24 hours. This allows the weights to acclimate to the environmental conditions before calibrating. With a scheduled appointment, 48 hour turnaround is available at no additional charge.
Regional pick up and delivery is available. Or you can ship weights directly to us. Our laboratory receives daily pick up and delivery from UPS and FedEx.
Value Added Service
In addition to weight calibration, we also clean and repaint weights. Repainting is performed in our paint booth and there is a large selection of color choices to choose from. Also, we have a partnership with an ISO registered weight manufacturer and distributor so we can provide you with new and/or replacement weights and cases.
The Mass Laboratory uses the following sophisticated mass comparators:
• Mettler Toledo UMX5 1mg-5g
• Mettler Toledo AX205 10g-200g
• Mettler Toledo XP2004S 100g-2kg
• Mettler Toledo XP10003S 2kg-10kg
• Mettler Toled0 KA30 10kg-30kg
Ultra Class Tromener weights are also used for mass comparisons