Johnson Gage & Inspection is an A2LA Accredited Laboratory. Please take a moment to view our entire scope of accreditation.
Our accreditation adheres to the requirements set forth in ISO/IEC 17025 and ANSI/NCSL Z540-1. Because it is through an accrediting body recognized by the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC), these certifications are recognized around the world as acceptable and valid.
Accreditation is the objective proof that a laboratory has the capability and technical competence to perform a given calibration. JGI has been certified by A2LA, the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation, since 2009. To cover the needs of our customers, JGI has acquired a wide scope of accreditation covering multiple items in Dimensional, Electrical, Temperature, Time, and Mechanical categories. Our Scope is always a “work in progress”: always expanding, and always improving.
Every accredited certification includes a statement quantifying the amount of uncertainty of the measurements. This is an indication of the reliability of the result; a lower uncertainty is always better. Many factors are considered: the accuracy of the standards used, the resolution and stability of the item being tested, and the variation inherent in the calibration technique being used. If your gage being calibrated is itself going to be used as a standard, these reported uncertainty values will be key to assessing the validity of your own calibration system.
Change is inevitable. Specifications continually are revised and updated. Companies increasingly operate on a global scale. As such, the requirements for accredited certifications will continue to grow. JGI intends to continue meeting the needs of our customers as these industry demands grow and change.