08 Apr NMi expands international services, offering re-verification in Belgium
NMi expands international services, offering re-verification in Belgium
NMi is now accredited for the re-verification of weighing instruments in Belgium. The scope currently consists of non-automatic weighing instruments (NAWI) and automatic weighing instruments OIML R61 (AWI). This will soon be expanded to include all automatic weighing instruments.
Better serving our clients across the board
The accreditation means that we can now offer type approval, initial verification, and re-verification in Belgium as well as in the Netherlands. This allows us to service our national and international clients even better.
The re-verification of measuring instruments used in economic transactions, is carried out under normal user conditions. The aim is to provide sufficient assurance that the measuring instruments meet the fixed precision requirements permanently.
Reverification consists of two steps. Firstly, determining whether the measuring instrument has been subject to a first calibration (presence of the first calibration mark or CE-marking). Secondly, performing tests to ascertain whether the measuring instrument complies with specific regulations.
According to Belgian regulations, weighing instruments must undergo a re-verification every two or four years. As demand for re-verifications grows in Belgium, NMi has hired a number of locally based and experienced field engineers to operate quickly and flexibly for our customers.
Would you like more information? Please contact our NMi’s Davy Todde by e-mail: email@example.com
He is keen to answer all your questions.
Founded in 1937, NMi is the leading independent specialist for legal metrology testing and inspection services in Europe and a trusted brand globally. NMi specializes in type approval & certification, verification & calibration and consultancy services, covering a broad range of advice on complex regulations and accreditations. Furthermore, NMi enables its clients to continuously improve and safeguard their data and operational technologies. NMi is based in Delft, the Netherlands, is active in over 200 countries and serves over 5,000 clients worldwide. NMi employs around 150 people globally.