Why is SINGLAS Calibration Necessary?
When it comes to ensuring the accuracy and reliability of measurement instruments, calibration is an essential process. Calibration serves as the foundation for trust in the data provided by these instruments, whether they are used in laboratories, industries, or any other field that requires precise measurements. One of the recognized standards for calibration is the SINGLAS Calibration, which is highly regarded worldwide for its stringent requirements and rigorous processes.
Understanding SINGLAS Calibration
SINGLAS, which stands for the Singapore Laboratory Accreditation Scheme, is a national accreditation body in Singapore. It operates under the Singapore Accreditation Council (SAC) and adheres to international standards set by organizations like ILAC (International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation) and ISO/IEC (International Organization for Standardization/International Electrotechnical Commission).
SINGLAS Calibration is a certification that laboratories and calibration service providers can attain by meeting specific criteria and demonstrating their competence in the field of calibration. The SINGLAS accreditation signifies that a laboratory or service provider complies with strict technical and management requirements. This calibration standard is recognized internationally, which means that SINGLAS-accredited calibration results are accepted globally.