Category: Calibration Gases
EffecTech has now successfully transitioned from ISO 17025:2005 to ISO 17025:2017 after a UKAS audit in October 2019. In February, EffecTech received official confirmation that, following the UKAS assessment, the company’s accreditation for both calibration and testing have been updated … read more
Today, EffecTech has launched a new calibration gases video. Watch to find out more about the benefits of EffecTech’s calibration gases for custody transfer, process control and environmental monitoring.
EffecTech continued with its expansion project this month, with the Production department moving from Dove House to the Cowper Building, on the same campus. The Cowper Building, named after Chris Cowper, a long-standing EffecTech consultant and gas quality expert, who sadly … read more
Today was a historic day as 103 calibration gases all calibrated according to our ISO 17025 scope of accreditation were despatched from EffecTech bound for India. The calibration gases comprising C6 and C9 mixtures will be shipped to Vijaipur where … read more
A new animated video went live today on the EffecTech website. The animation shows graphically the benefits of EffecTech calibration gases in a light hearted but informative way. You can view the video on the EffecTech website or YouTube
EffecTech have secured their first calibration gas order from Egypt this week. This order for 10 calibration gases was gained through EffecTech being recommended by a UK subsidiary of the Egyptian company.
A new record has been set by the calibration laboratory in the UK. An urgent order for ten ISO 17025 calibration gases for a client in Vietnam has been manufactured, calibrated, labelled and packed in 8 working days.
EffecTech has won a prestigious contract to supply GAIL India Ltd with 48 ISO 17025 calibration gases
This will provide internationally traceable measurements of natural gas quality on the HBJ pipeline in India. The contract was awarded today by GAIL India Ltd following a tendering process which started in October 2008. The EffecTech gases will be used … read more