Restor Metrology Achieves ISO/IEC 17025 and ANSI/NCSL Z540.3 2006 Accreditation for Calibration Services From A2LA

LEESBURG, FL, Oct.26, 2010

Restor Metrology became the third calibration services provider in the United States to achieve accreditation to ANSI/NCSL Z540.3-2006.

According to Alan Keith, Restor Metrology’s director of operations, “Achieving accreditation to both ISO/IEC 17025 and ANSI/NCSL Z540.3-2006 is the foundation on which to build customer trust and loyalty. Service expectations have grown significantly in recent years, and Restor is committed to being an industry leader in quality, technical expertise, and continuous improvement.  Restor has and continues to make significant investments in standards and systems to meet that commitment.”

“Delivering on commitments and delighting customers is our service philosophy,” says Eric Egler, director of business development.  “Customers serious about quality and compliance trust that Restor will calibrate their equipment the right way every time. We add to that prompt turnaround time, pickup and delivery, onsite service at customers’ sites, and the latest in web-based tools for asset and calibration program management to help customers improve quality, compliance, and reduce costs.”

Restor Metrology provides test equipment calibration and repair services to companies in Florida and across the United States. Restor’s scope of capabilities covers products from hundreds of manufacturers.  Their capabilities include RF and microwave to 50 GHz, EMI/EMC (CISPR 16 compliant calibration for EMI receivers, CDNs, and LISN), general-purpose electrical, mechanical, physical/dimensional, and fiber optics.

You may view Restor’s scope of accreditation at


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