Only an accredited calibration laboratory can issue DAkkS calibration certificates. This defines not only the measuring method, but also gives Information on tracing the test means to a national Standard and the relevant measuring uncertainty is given.
KERN has a highly-automated DKD laboratory with accreditation to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025 in the field of balances, test weights and force measurement. This laboratory was accredited by DKD in 1994 and today it is one of the most modern and best-equipped DAkkS calibration laboratories for balances, test weights and force measurement in Europe. By using the most modern calibration technology with high-end calibration robots in fully air-conditioned laboratories, the measurement uncertainty and process times are reduced to a minimum, and also the quality of the calibration is increased. As an accredited and certified calibration service provider with decades of experience, we offer you an extensive range of services, which will leave no demand unfulfilled. The accreditation applies to the extent specified in the appendix to the certificate D-K-19408-01-00.
Thanks to the level of automation, we can carry out DAkkS calibration of balances, test weights and forcemeasurement devices 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
History of the KERN calibration laboratory
- DKD accreditation in the field of mass (E2 1 mg - 10 kg)
- DKD accreditation for balances
- Relocation of the laboratory into the new company building in Balingen-Frommern
- Start of automated calibration with robots
as of 2002
- Establishment of an system for on-site calibration of balances with contractually bound employees
- Accreditation in the field of mass (E1 1 mg - 500 mg)
- Accreditation in the field of mass (E1 1 g - 10 kg)
- Accreditation solid state volume and density
- Accreditation in the field of force ( 50 N - 500 N, according to DKD-R-3-3, in the direction of tensile)
- Consistent automation of mass calibration with robots (area 1 mg - 10 kg)
- Extension of accreditation in the field of force to the area 2 N - 5 kN, according to DKD-R-3-3 and DIN EN ISO 376:2011, in the direction of tensile and compression
- Start of automation of balance calibration with innovative automatic testing machines
- Foundation of KERN Calibration GmbH in Balingen as a subsidiary of KERN & SOHN GmbH
- Foundation of KERN Calibration GesmbH in Mieders (Austria) as a subsidiary of KERN Calibration GmbH
- Accreditation temperature and relative humidity
- Acquisition of MAX-BUS GmbH for consulting services as a subsidiary of KERN Calibration GmbH