Emerson’s Flow Lifecycle Service Center secures ISO/IEC 17025 certification

Dubai-based Lifecycle Service Center offers internationally certified calibration, repair, and analysis services

Emerson’s Flow Lifecycle Service Center based in Dubai.
Emerson’s Flow Lifecycle Service Center based in Dubai.

Emerson’s Flow Lifecycle Service Center based in Dubai and serving customers in the Middle East and Africa region, has received accreditation for ISO/IEC 17025:2017 from the International Accreditation Service (IAS). This certifies the facility’s calibration procedures and traceability for all suitably sized liquid flow meters of both Emerson and other flow meter manufacturers.

The Lifecycle Service Center provides complete calibration coverage for mass flow, density, and volume calibrations. These industry-approved calibrations are designed to have minimum uncertainties in mass and volume. To become ISO/IEC 17205:2017 compliant, the Lifecycle Service Center was audited based on its competency to perform calibrations, quality management system, traceability, and measurement uncertainty.

One of the leading accreditation bodies in the United States, the IAS is a signatory to the four primary international organisations forming a unified system for evaluating and recognising competent accreditation bodies worldwide. The ISO/IEC 17205:2017 is considered as the highest specification for calibration activities in accordance with international standards.

“We are delighted that our Dubai flow calibration facility has achieved ISO 17025 accreditation," said John Currie, Emerson’s vice president for flow lifecycle service in the Middle East and Africa.

"This allows us to bring increased measurement confidence to our existing loyal customers and also enables us to serve the broader meter calibration market where this accreditation is a mandatory requirement.

This ISO/IEC 17025 certification complements Emerson's global network of facilities that are internationally certified by ISO standards for quality, occupational health and safety, and environmental management systems.

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