NABL Accreditation Service

* Pulse Weighing System is a NABL Accredited lab for Mass(Weighing Scale and Weights)
* Pulse is having the capability of providing mass calibrations from 1 mg to 2000 kg.
* To provide flawless measuring weights, we follow the international standards of accuracy.
* Our range for these stainless steel weights covers all the denominations from 1mg to 50kg for E1,E2,F1,F2 class,which is the highest accuracy class of weights in the world.
* Accurately calibrated weights are at the base of accurate weighing results. Balances should always be checked with reference weights you can rely on and trust.
* At our accredited Mass Calibration Laboratory, we calibrate, adjust and document the results in a calibration certificate.
* The Calibration Services cover the reporting of convention mass, expanded uncertainty and traceability in accordance with ISO/IEC 17025:2005 requirements.
* We are fully dedicated to achieving the highest level of precision necessary to meet the ongoing requirements for uninterrupted development in the field of Science & Technology.

As Being A Service Provider For All Type Of Weighing Machines

* We have qualified & specialized engineers team for NABL Laboratory service at the territory.
* We maintain the 17025 SOP’s Standard (standard operating procedure lead by lab: weights should be carried very carefully, in dust proof area, kept in AC, handled with glows & spatula etc.) for on site calibration.
* Services will be provided on time and at your place with our prompt team; if necessary the procedure will be carried in our laboratory & certificate will be given within timeline.
* In addition our engineers team is well educated & trained in Repairing & Calibrating the weighing machines; So it is auspicious to give you an accurate data sheet for NABL certificate.

We Offer NABL Certification Services For

* Analytical Balances.
* Precision Balances.
* Micro Balances.
* Weighing Scales and Systems
* Weights (OIML E1, E2, F1, F2 & M1 Class Weight)


* If you have a high precision scale of Class I or Class II, then you should do the calibration every morning after you initiate the scale for the first time in the day. This is because, during the night, there would be temperature fluctuations that would affect the sensors on a minute level.
* Because the scale is a high accuracy scale used for Diamonds, research, gold, or silver, you would not want to take the risk of improper measurements, even if it is extremely minor. Hence keep an E1 or F1 weight handy
* If you have a Class III scale, once a month or three months it’s better to check the weight, and if it’s not showing the right weight get it calibrated.
* Class IV scales – Once every six months is ok and if the weight is not right, then get it calibrated.
* Government Calibration is mandatory every year for electronic Scales and once every two years for certain types of Mechanical scales.


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