Our Quality Program
Pipettes.com ISO 17025 accredited and ISO 8655 compliant pipette calibration service programs provide the most reliable calibration data available. In addition to meeting the most stringent regulatory requirements of the FDA, CLIA and CAP. Our services are both comprehensive and convenient. We provide a detailed, 10-point preventative maintenance service on every pipette we calibrate.
We are committed to customer satisfaction and this begins with our strict adherence to the pipette calibration industry’s highest standards for measurement accuracy, precision and reliability: ISO 8655 and ASTM E1154. Read More.
Accreditation is granted only to those laboratories that can demonstrate initial and on-going competence that conform to the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025: General Requirements for the Competence of Testing and Calibration Laboratories. Read More.
Calibration Staff Training
Our calibration training program is methodical, meticulous and detailed, emphasizing the control and competency levels required to reach completion. Read More.
Corrective and Preventative Action (CAPA) System
We maintain a very effective CAPA System for managing both our process conformance and quality system improvements, while investigating all client complaints expeditiously.
Our CAPA system allows us to learn from and respond very quickly to client requests, market changes, and anything else that could potentially limit our ability to provide the best pipette calibration, maintenance, repair and management services available.
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Audit Ready Calibration
With Pipettes.com on your team, your pipettes are always assured accurate, reliable and fully certified as calibrated and in compliance with metrology standards. Read More.
NIST Pipette Calibration
We provide unconditional audit support before, during or even after an audit, so your pipette measurements remain traceable to the NIST and calibrated to your program requirements.