Monarch's NIST Traceable Certificate of Calibration
What is NIST?
Founded in 1901, The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is one of the oldest physical science laboratories. NIST measurements span technologies, industries, services, and products. NIST operates under the Department of Commerce as a non-regulatory federal agency.
NIST Standards and Measurements
NIST’s Standard Reference Materials
There are over 1300 Standard Reference Materials® that are certified by NIST. According to NIST, “These materials are used to perform instrument calibrations in units as part of overall quality assurance programs, to verify the accuracy of specific measurements and to support the development of new measurement methods.”
What does NIST Certified mean?
How often should I get my device NIST calibrated?
Specific recalibration is dependent on company/industry standard operating procedures.
According to the NIST website, factors to consider for determining the need for recalibration include:
- Accuracy requirements set by customers
- Requirements set by contract or regulation
- Inherent stability of the specific instrument or device
- Environmental factors that may affect the stability
What calibration options does Monarch offer?
Monarch offers two NIST Calibration Certificates:
Standard Calibration with before/after data (As Found/As Left)
How do you submit a device for calibration?
On Monarch’s website, under SUPPORT, click to Return Product for Repair/Calibration.
Read the instructions and fill out the Repair/Return Form.
Monarch’s Customer Support
If you have questions, you can contact our Customer Service Team.
Call: Toll Free 800-999-3390 // 603-883-3390
Monday - Friday 8:30 AM-5:00 PM EST
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