DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025 accredited Calibration service provider

EMCC is a calibration service provider accredited by the DAkkS according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025 and offer calibrations in the fields of electrical, thermodynamic, high-frequency and mechanical measurands. We calibrate your measuring equipment and devices independently of the manufacturer.

Thanks to our decades of experience as a test laboratory in the fields of EMC, environmental simulation and electrical safety, we know your needs exactly and take your individual requirements into account.

Calibration at EMCC

DAkkS Calibration

The DAkkS has the legal mandate to carry out the accreditation of conformity assessment bodies. DAkkS calibrations are the highest standard below the national standards. Measurement uncertainties are calculated exactly and assigned to each measurement result. Traceable calibration is thus guaranteed. The standard ISO 17025 is applied.

You benefit from:

  • accredited calibrations
  • metrologically traceable calibrations
  • low measurement uncertainties
  • high quality calibrations
  • short lead times
Calibration at EMCC

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Quality assurance through calibrated measurements

Your measuring equipment is in safe hands with us. Our qualified specialists ensure that your order is processed smoothly. The quality of your calibration is our first priority.

Because the consistently high quality of your measuring equipment is decisive for your success. To ensure that your measuring instruments work correctly, we calibrate them to the highest standards.

In our DAkkS accredited laboratory we are specialized in the calibration of:

We calibrate according to your wishes and requirements using various methods:

  • DKD method
  • Calibration method according to manufacturer's specifications
  • Individually adapted customer specifications

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Frequently asked questions about Calibration

What is calibration?

Calibration involves comparing measurements from a measuring instrument with the values of a more accurate standard. The aim is to detect and record deviations.

Why calibrate?

An essential part of quality assurance is the monitoring of test equipment, which ensures that all test equipment used measures correctly. This means that the test equipment must be calibrated at regular intervals and traced back to national standards.

More questions? We will gladly help you!