Scroll Top

Calibration Service

DAkkS accredited calibrations ensure accurate and reliable measurement results
which are traceable to national standards.

We offer DAkkS accredited calibration according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025 for our

Recommended calibration interval for the mentioned CMM and MesSy according to manufacturers specifications: 24 months

IRS Accreditation Certificate

Our DAkkS Calibration

1st Calibration: detect the actual measurement deviation of the calibration device
Adjustment: adjust the calibration device
2nd Calibration: detect the measurement deviation of the calibration device after adjustment

Recalibration CMM/MesSy
During recalibration your CMM/MesSy will be calibrated, adjusted and calibrated again. Thus, you get two calibration certificates from IRS. One with the measurement results before adjustment (1st calibration) and one with the results after adjustment (2nd calibration). So you always get a view of your device‘s precision in the past and it‘s precision now.
If your CMM/MesSy must not be adjusted during recalibration you may just note it explicitly when ordering

New CMM/MesSy
A new CMM/MesSy will always be adjusted before delivery and you get one calibration certificate with the measurement results after adjustment.

Benefits of a DAkkS calibration

Factory calibration DAkkS calibration
Calibration certificate before adjustment (1st calibration) no yes
Performing adjustment yes yes
Calibration certificate after adjustment (2nd calibration) yes yes
Calibration with accredited measurement uncertainty (MU) no yes
Compliance with IATF 16949 ( External Laboratories) no yes


Decision rule for conformity assessment of measurement results
The following diagram shows our decision rule for conformity assessment of measurement results considering the measurement uncertainty (MU). The diagram presents
exemplarily a calibration with a setpoint of 10A, a tolerance of 0.1A and a calculated MU of 0.004A.

Conformity Diagram at 10A en

Setpoint: measurement result measured by the standard.
Measurement: measurement result measured by the calibration device.
Expanded measurement uncertainty (MU): dimension for the spread of the measurement result caused by the measurement procedure, the standard and the calibration device.
Tolerance: maximum permissible deviation from the setpoint according to manufacturers specification.

Depending from it‘s position in the tolerance zone every measurement result is marked in the calibration certificate as follows.

Assessment of the measurement result Marking
Measurement result is within the tolerance not marked
Measurement result is with a probability of 50% to 95% within the tolerance ?
Measurement result is with a probability > 50% outside the tolerance X
Head of laboratory
Andreas Hintermeier

+49 9484 9500 420
Contact for offers
Christian Hirschberger

+49 9484 9500 31
Calibration Certificate
Privacy Preferences
When you visit our website, it may store information through your browser from specific services, usually in form of cookies. Here you can change your privacy preferences. Please note that blocking some types of cookies may impact your experience on our website and the services we offer.