Fluke's Customer Support Services group is dedicated to a single goal: Provide the best possible service for both our products and our customers. Learn about calibration services that are available through one of our many certified service centers, located throughout the world.
Measuring instruments are the 'heartbeat' of your company as they check and measure your production processes. They control the quality of your products and in the end are responsible for the success and the profitability of your business.
A regular check of your 'heartbeat' with traceable calibration equipment ensures your quality always matches the customer's expectations, which is vital where ISO 9000 certification is involved. Regular calibration lets you:
'Calibration' means that the test results from a measuring device (or source) of unknown accuracy, are compared with a device whose accuracy is known. This device is universally accepted as a 'reference'. Calibrations are traceable to the International System of Units (SI) through National Metrological Institutes, ratiometric techniques and natural physical constants.
Calibration records any deviation from this standard and corrects it when necessary. Each instrument has a specific calibration procedure which indicates exactly how and what must be checked. Regular and traceable calibration combines the forces of accuracy and certainty and provides you with the key aspect of ISO 9000 registration.
Contact your nearest Fluke Service Center for more information on these services. Find out about the wealth of Support Services available for your Calibration products.
Calibration price is at a Flat Rate cost and covers all labor and equipment to perform one calibration required to meet the published factory specifications. The calibration is provided by Fluke, an ISO-9001 registered company. Calibrations are traceable to the International System of Units (SI) through National Metrological Institutes, ratiometric techniques or natural physical constants. This includes at a minimum, a Certificate of Calibration, a calibration label with the date of calibration and next calibration date. A tamper-proof calibration seal is also affixed to the instrument.
After a repair a performance test is carried out to validate that the instrument is fully functional. No cal certificate or associated material is provided.
Your instrument is calibrated to manufacturer's specifications using test equipment traceable to the International System of Units (SI) through National Metrological Institutes, ratiometric techniques or natural physical constants. It is returned with a Certificate of Calibration, calibration sticker, and seals. This calibration meets the requirements of ISO9000.
Your instrument is calibrated to manufacturer's specifications using test equipment traceable to the International System of Units (SI) through National Metrological Institutes, ratiometric techniques or natural physical constants. It is processed in accordance with ANSI/NCSL Z540-1 1994*, and returned with a "Report of Calibration" with "as found" and "as left" readings including test uncertainties. Cal stickers and seals are included.
This calibration is done under the guidelines of a national accrediting organization to the ANSI/ISO 17025 – 2005 standard and will be delivered with documentation according to the accrediting body.
To ensure that you realize maximum productivity from your equipment and assist you in building the base for your own ISO quality management program, Fluke is committed to helping you achieve the highest possible quality standards. We can help you keep your test, measurement, and calibration equipment at consistently high levels of operation and accuracy. Fluke is dedicated to ISO standards in controlling our own processes and quality of support.
For more information on these services contact us at:
Phone: (888) 993-5853
E-mail: [email protected]
Fluke’s Policy on statements of conformity to specifications or a standard for the calibration as referred to in ISO 17025:2017 is below. If the described policy is not acceptable, or if more information is needed, please contact us.
The Fluke Corporate Quality Manual applies to all Fluke locations.
The applies to all Fluke laboratories performing Accredited Calibrations.
Fluke Accredited Laboratories are transitioning from IEC/ISO 17025 revision 2005, to 2017.
The Fluke 17025 Quality Manual applicable to Fluke Accredited laboratories claiming compliance to ISO/IEC 17025:2005 can be found here: Fluke 17025 Quality Manual.
The Fluke 17025 Quality Manual applicable to Fluke Accredited laboratories claiming compliance to ISO/IEC 17025:2017 can be found here: Fluke 17025 Quality Manual.
When you receive an ISO/IEC 17025 accredited calibration from any Fluke facility around the world, you can be assured that the calibration results are accepted in every country. The organizations that accredit Fluke facilities such as UKAS, NVLAP, A2LA, SCC (CLAS), DAkkS and RvA are all recognized by the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC) and are members of the ILAC Mutual Recognition Arrangement (MRA). This means that calibration certificates bearing the logo from these organizations are recognized by other signatories to the ILAC MRA, which includes most of the world. More information about the ILAC MRA can be found at the ILAC website.
Some Fluke facilities are registered to ISO 9001 and share a globalized Quality Management System ensuring the same level of process controls and quality across facilities. Fluke has an ongoing commitment to quality through the continuous improvement process required by the internationally recognized ISO 9001 Quality System registration.
Some calibrations offered by Fluke are performed under accreditation by the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA). Fluke laboratories accredited by A2LA are identified below. Find more information regarding the A2LA organization and accreditation at A2LA
Certificate and scope apply to A2LA calibration options for new and serviced electrical calibration products.
Everett Service Center is also registered to ISO 9001.
The Fluke Beaverton facility is a Satellite location to the Everett Service Center; therefore, they share the same Certificate and Scope of Accreditation. The Scope parameters applicable to Beaverton start towards the end of the document. Certificate and scope apply to A2LA calibration options for new and serviced electrical calibration products.
Beaverton Laboratory is also registered to ISO 9001.
Certificate and Scope apply to all new and serviced gas flow and primary pressure calibration products and service of pressure products from other manufacturers.”
The Phoenix Pressure and Flow Laboratory is also registered to ISO 9001.
Some calibrations offered by Fluke are performed under accreditation by the National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program (NVLAP). Fluke laboratories accredited by NVLAP are identified below. Find more information regarding the NVLAP organization and accreditation at NVLAP.
Certificate and scope apply to all calibrations performed on new and serviced primary temperature calibration products, probes and readouts, and service of temperature products from other manufacturers.
The American Fork Temperature Laboratory is also registered to ISO 9001.
Certificate and scope apply to NVLAP calibration options for new and serviced electrical calibration products, all calibrations of new and serviced Metrology Wells and Metrology Calibration Baths, and all new and serviced pressure controllers and monitors.
Fluke Park Laboratory is also registered to ISO 9001.
Certificate and Scope apply to NVLAP calibration options for new measurement modules.
In Canada, the accreditation of calibration laboratories is the shared responsibility of the Standards Council of Canada (SCC ») Program for the Accreditation of Laboratories-Canada (PALCAN »), and the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) Calibration Laboratory Assessment Service (CLAS »). The CLAS program provides quality system and technical assessment services and certification of specific measurement capabilities of calibration laboratories in support of the Canadian National Measurement System.
Certificate and scope of accreditation apply to CLAS calibration options for new and serviced electrical calibration products.
Fluke Calibration Canada is also registered to ISO 9001.
Some calibrations offered by Fluke are performed under accreditation by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS). Fluke laboratories accredited by UKAS are identified below. Find more information regarding the UKAS organization and accreditation at UKAS.
Fluke is able to support most test and measurement calibration requirements, including electrical, temperature, pressure, dimensional, torque and RF.
We calibrate equipment from most major manufactures, such as HP/Agilent, Tektronix and many others – but only for customers with a calibration or Test Equipment Asset Management (TEAM) program contract. Contact us at 1-800-337-5638 or [email protected] if you would like to discuss a contract for your company.
All of our calibration and repair labs are accredited to 17025 and ISO 9001:2008. Lab scopes and Certificates of Accreditation are part of our Accreditation.
|Level of service output||Performance test||Traceable calibration without data||Traceable calibration with data||ANSI/NCSL Z540.1||ISO 17025 accredited calibration|
|Validate instrument is functioning after repair|
|Calibrated to manufacturer's specification with equipment traceable to the SI|
|Certificate of calibration|
|As-found and as-left data|
|Identify TURs < 4:1|