National Weighing & Instruments Pty Ltd (trading as NWI Calibration)

Site

Melbourne Laboratory

Accreditation No.

1960

Site No.

24814

Date of Accreditation

24 Apr 2020

Address

11/5 Agosta Drive
Laverton North, VIC 3026
Australia

nwigroup.com.au

Contact

Mr Jamie Connolly P: +61 1300669162

Availability

Services available to external clients

Scope of Accreditation

ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)

Calibration

Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure Limitations
Mass - Determination of mass and calibration of weighing devices Industrial mass standards Mass Gravimetric measurement against reference mass

Capability

with Calibration and Measurement Capability of -
13 mg from 100 g to 2 kg
50 mg above 2 kg to 5 kg
0.16 g above 5 kg to 20 kg
12 g above 20 kg to 500 kg
20 g above 500 kg to 1000 kg
Mass standards Mass Gravimetric measurement against reference mass

Capability

with Calibration and Measurement Capability of -
7 μg from 1 mg to 5 mg
8 μg above 5 mg to 50 mg
9 μg above 50 mg 200 mg
10 μg above 200 mg to 500 mg
12 μg above 500 mg to 1 g
15 μg above 1 g to 2 g
30 μg above 2 g to 20 g
0.15 mg above 20 g to 200 g
2 mg above 200 g to 1000 g
3 mg above 1000 g to 2000 g
50 mg above 2000 g to 5000 g
80 mg above 5000 g to 10 000 g
0.13 g above 10 000 g to 20 000 g
Mass - Determination of mass and calibration of weighing devicesincluding on site calibrations Industrial weighing devices; Laboratory weighing devices; Precision laboratory balances Mass Gravimetric measurement against reference mass

Capability

Including on site calibrations
with Calibration and Measurement Capability of -
Precision Balances
10 μg up to 1 g
13 μg above 1 g to 2 g
23 μg above 2 g to 10 g
27 μg above 10 g to 20 g
1 in 106 or 44 μg (whichever is greater) above 20 g to 1.9 kg
2.1 mg above 1.9 kg to 2 kg
1.1 in 106 or 2.7 mg ( whichever is greater) above 2 kg to 3 kg
1.2 in 106 above 3 kg to 5 kg
2.5 in 106 or 24 mg (whichever is greater) above 5 kg to 40 kg
Industrial Balances
1 in 105 from 1 g to 100 kg

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