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San Jose, Calif.-based Mountz Inc., a producer of torque tools, has received ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation from ACLASS accreditation services to ensure accurate calibration of torque tools for manufacturing companies.

The ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation ensures the Mountz Calibration Lab operates with a quality system, document control, corrective and preventive action, accommodation and environmental conditions, equipment, measurement uncertainty, evidence of traceability and calibration results that are technically competent for customers.

Adhering to an international standard, the Mountz Calibration Lab follows a stringent testing calibration procedure that provides traceability and documentation control for customers.

Calibration certificates for tools provide customers with traceability for their quality control and ISO documentation. The calibration document contains information on tool tested, tool serial number, equipment used, standards used, uncertainty of measurement and actual measurement data.

For more information, visit etorque.com.

SOURCE: Mountz Inc.


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