Calibration lab accredited and ready to run

May 8th, 2018, Published in Articles: EngineerIT

After 16 years of successful business from its old premises, Concilium Technologies has moved on to “bigger and better”. The company is now located in Stanford Office Park in Centurion and is open for business. Following the move, Concilium’s laboratory was reassessed by SANAS on 17 and 18 March 2018 and has been accredited to ISO 17025:2005, as well as being certified to ISO 9001:2015. The company is ready to assist with calibration of measurement equipment. The accuracy of measuring equipment will degrade over time, typically caused by wear and tear. Calibration is a much-needed aspect of an instrument’s lifespan because customers can have renewed dependency on its accuracy. Accurate measuring devices contribute to improved product quality. Concilium is accredited for parameters such as DC low frequency, time & frequency, and radio frequency, covering a range from DC to 50 GHz for major vendors such as Keysight Technologies, Viavi Solutions and others. The company boasts multivendor calibration capabilities that allow it to calibrate to manufacturers specifications.

Contact Niven Thamanna, Concilium Technologies, Tel 012 678-9200,

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