Fischer Achieves ISO 17025 Accreditation

The company can now offer ISO 17025 certifications for a variety of instruments and standards.

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The American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) accredited Fischer Technology (Windsor, Connecticut) to ISO/IEC 17025:2005, the internationally accepted standard for calibration laboratories. The company, which manufactures coating thickness as well as material testing, analysis and nanoindentation equipment, can now offer ISO 17025 certifications for a variety of instruments and standards, including film thickness instruments and standards for eddy current, magnetic induction, X-ray fluorescence, coulometric and beta backscatter applications; electrical conductivity instruments and standards for eddy current comparison; ferrite number instruments and standards; and nanoindentation instruments and standards.

ISO 17025 is the benchmark standard for calibration labs, developed to assure staff competency and calibration accuracy. Fischer's scope of accreditation and certificate can be found at a2la.org/scopepdf/3576-01.pdf.

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