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Our testing and calibration laboratories are accredited in accordance with DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025 (general requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories) by DAkkS, Germany's national accreditation body. Each accreditation is valid for the procedures listed in the respective accreditation certificate.

International validity: DAkkS is signatory to the multilateral agreements for mutual recognition of the European co-operation for Accreditation (EA), the International Accreditation Forum (IAF) and the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC). The signatories to these agreements mutually recognise each other's accreditations. Current member countries are listed here: EA:; ILAC:; IAF:

Information concerning the scope of these accreditations can be found in the PDFs of the certificates and corresponding annexes (see below). For more information on the accreditation of flexible scopes please see Accreditation of flexible scopes 

Accredited testing laboratory for sound and vibration, electromagnetic fields and light, for air pollution control and measurement of hazardous substances 
Registration number D-PL-14119-01-00 (certificate, annexe)

with the certificates: 
Sound and vibration, air pollution control and measurement of hazardous substances
Registration number D-PL-14119-01-01 (certificate, annexe)

within the testing laboratory for the measurement of hazardous substances:
Selected analyses on the release of N-Nitrosamines and of N-nitrosatable substances in contact with surfaces in relationship with food as well as plastics, rubber and elastomers
Registration number D-PL-14119-01-03 (certificate, annexe)
Electromagnetic fields and light 
Registration number D-PL-14119-01-02 (certificate, annexe)
Accredited calibration laboratory
Calibration laboratory for acceleration and acoustical quantities
(certificate, annexe)
Registration number D-K-14119-01-00

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