Weighing Scale Calibration Services

Our scale calibration and balance services can be done both in-house and on-site, with our contracts being inclusive, with no complicated service agreements. All calibration contracts include on-site visits arranged by us, full calibration on all makes and models of scales and balance, servicing and adjustments, certificates of calibration traceable to National Standards and quick response times on breakdown call-outs.

If you require your weighing equipment to be tested and either re-calibrated or repaired, you can feel rest assured that we can offer a prompt, high-quality service. We hold certificate number ISO9001 in the Quality Management System, are members of the UK Weighing Federation and are one of the largest independent scale retailers in the country. We can offer a completely FREE scale repair estimate to all customers, new and existing.

Our calibration services for scales and balances includes:

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Why Is Calibrating Your Scales and Balances Important?

Having the correct balance and calibration is simply essential to achieve accurate weighing results – without them, what should be a simple process will turn into variable readings, effectively making your results based on guesswork. If you work in the medical and industrial industries in particular, having incorrect readings can be negligent.

The accuracy of scales will become less reliable as time goes on – this is because of the everyday wear and tear caused by regular use and/or any external factors, such as mechanical shocks or hazardous environments. This may lead to a rapid deterioration over a longer time. Having a regular, scheduled scale calibration and balance testing (in combination with frequent routine testing) will greatly enhance the life of your scales, as well as preserve their accuracy.

In terms of testing, the CQC (Care Quality Commission) recommends that NHS medical scales should be tested annually to ensure the presentation of consistent, accurate results. We recommended that scales in any industry that are subjected to the same level of everyday use should be calibrated along the same lines.