CLAS Certificate Number 2010-01

 
Company name Transcat Canada – Montreal
Company address 9900 Côte-de-Liesse
Montréal, Québec H8T 1A1
Contact David Llorens
Telephone: 514-631-6653
Fax: 514-631-6122
EmailDavid.Llorens@transcat.ca
Clients served
  • All interested parties
  • Some calibration services are available on-site. These services are indicated in the "Remarks" column of the following pages
Fields of calibration
SCC accreditation
(ISO/IEC 17025)
  • Accredited Laboratory 668
  • First issued 2010-03-02
  • Issue 7.3e 2020-08-28

This scope of calibration capabilities is published by the CLAS program of the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) in close co-operation with the laboratory accreditation program of the Standards Council of Canada (SCC), Canada's accreditation body for calibration and testing laboratories. The SCC accredits the capability of the named laboratory for being able to perform the listed calibrations at the given Calibration Measurement Capability (see Supplementary note C and note D) with traceability to the International System of Units (SI) or to standards acceptable to the CLAS program.

Measured Quantity and Range or Instrument Calibration and Measurement Capability
expressed as an Uncertainty (±)
(See supplementary notes)
Type of Service Remarks
Mass
25 kg 30 mg I

One to one comparison. For the calibration of masses with traceability to the International System of Units (SI) through the primary standards of NRC and of Measurement Canada (MR-1). Calibration results are reported in terms of conventional mass as defined by the Organisation internationale de métrologie légale (OIML): "The conventional value of the value of the result of weighing a body in air is equal to mass of a standard, of conventionally chosen density (8000 kg/m3), at a conventionally chosen temperature (20 °C), which balances this body at this reference temperature in air of conventionally chosen density (1.2 kg/m3)." The Calibration Measurement Capability listed relates to measurements on integral conventional standard weights. It can be achieved only if the weights being calibrated are suitable for such a measurement. Calibrations can be given in other units as required.

This service is not available on-site.

20 kg 20 mg
10 kg 10 mg
5 kg 2.5 mg
3 kg 2.4 mg
2 kg 2.0 mg
1 kg 0.5 mg
500 g 0.24 mg
300 g 0.15 mg
200 g 0.10 mg
100 g 0.080 mg
50 g 0.040 mg
30 g 0.050 mg
20 g 0.033 mg
10 g 0.017 mg
5 g 0.010 mg
3 g 0.008 mg
2 g 0.007 mg
1 g 0.007 mg
500 mg 0.004 mg
300 mg 0.003 mg
200 mg 0.002 mg
100 mg 0.002 mg
50 mg 0.002 mg
30 mg 0.002 mg
20 mg 0.002 mg
10 mg 0.002 mg
5 mg 0.002 mg
3 mg 0.002 mg
2 mg 0.002 mg
1 mg 0.002 mg
10 kg 40 mg l

One to one comparison. On-site calibration available. Procedure : PDL-09-MG-030

20 kg 60 mg
25 kg 70 mg
Balances (Electronic, non-automatic) - Specific values
1 mg, 2 mg and 5 mg 0.003 mg II

For the calibration of balances. The Calibration Measurement Capability listed can be achieved only if the balances being calibrated are suitable for such a measurement. The Calibration Measurement Capability is based upon the use of ASTM Class 1 reference weights. The laboratory corrects for known offsets assigned to its reference weights so that it can calibrate with uncertainties that are better than the ASTM tolerances of the weights used, in some cases. The Calibration Measurement Capability reflects the uncertainty contribution of the weights including co-variances. It also includes the repeatability and readability of the best balances that the laboratory calibrates routinely in the given measurement ranges. The Calibration Measurement Capabilities for measurements between 500 g and 30 kg are dominated by the performances of the best balances calibrated by the laboratory, rather than by the laboratory's reference standards and measurement processes. The uncertainty stated on the calibration report will include the uncertainty contribution of the balances that were calibrated. All values are expressed in conventional mass, as defined above.

This service is available on-site.

10 mg, 20 mg and 50 mg 0.003 mg
100 mg and 200 mg 0.003 mg
500 mg 0.005 mg
1 g and 2 g 0.007 mg
5 g 0.010 mg
10 g 0.019 mg
Balances (Electronic, non-automatic) - Other values
>10 g to 20 g  0.035 mg II

For the calibration of balances. The Calibration Measurement Capability listed can be achieved only if the balances being calibrated are suitable for such a measurement. The Calibration Measurement Capability is based upon the use of ASTM Class 1 reference weights. The laboratory corrects for known offsets assigned to its reference weights so that it can calibrate with uncertainties that are better than the ASTM tolerances of the weights used, in some cases. The Calibration Measurement Capability reflects the uncertainty contribution of the weights including co-variances. It also includes the repeatability and readability of the best balances that the laboratory calibrates routinely in the given measurement ranges. The Calibration Measurement Capabilities for measurements between 500 g and 30 kg are dominated by the performances of the best balances calibrated by the laboratory, rather than by the laboratory's reference standards and measurement processes. The uncertainty stated on the calibration report will include the uncertainty contribution of the balances that were calibrated. All values are expressed in conventional mass, as defined above.

This service is available on-site.

>20 g to 50 g  0.10 mg
>50 g to 100 g  0.10 mg
>100 g to 200 g  0.15 mg
>200 g to 300 g  0.25 mg
>300 g to 500 g  0.35 mg
>500 g to 1.2 kg  2.0 mg
>1.2 kg to 8 kg  40 mg
>8 kg to 30 kg 80 mg
0 kg to 60 kg  300 mg II

On-site calibration available.

Procedure : PDL-09-MG-010

60 kg to 150 kg  3000 mg
150 kg to 500 kg 30000 mg
500 kg to 1000 kg  60000 mg
Piston Pipette
0.2 µL to 2 µL 0.017 µL II

For the calibration of single channel piston pipettes in accordance with the laboratory's calibration procedure PDL-09-MG-050.

This calibration service is available on-site.

> 2 µL to 10 µL 0.021 µL
> 10 µL to 20 µL 0.025 µL
> 20 µL to 100 µL 0.10 µL
> 100 µL to 200 µL 0.14 µL
> 200 µL to 1000 µL 0.76 µL
> 1000 µL to 5000 µL 4.4 µL
> 5000 µL to 10000 µL 5.9 µL
> 10000 µL to 50000 µL 7.6 µL
2 µL to 20 µL 0.31 µL II

For the calibration of multi-channel piston pipettes in accordance with the laboratory's calibration procedure PDL-09-MG-050.

This calibration service is only available in the laboratory.

> 20 µL to 200 µL 0.36 µL
> 200 µL to 1000 µL 0.76 µL