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Czech Metrology Institute (CMI) provides calibration of standards and working devices at the highest quality for customers from all over the country and abroad too, both in CMI laboratories and at the customer site.

CMI performs calibration with extremely flexible behavior and maximum adaptation to customer requirements. Calibration is carried out also with reference to their own research and development and implementation of the results into practice.

CMI, among others,  offers its calibration services for all types of industrial companies, laboratories, customers from research and scientific institutions.

For all performed calibrations CMI has a unified quality management system that meets the requirements of CSN EN ISO / IEC 17025 (Chapter 4: Requirements for management is based on the CSN EN ISO 9001: 2000). The quality management system is documented in the CMI Manual of quality (unifies management of the entire system, along with CMI manual of quality for calibration and testing laboratories) and in quality handbooks of internal organizational units (Certification body for personnel, certification body for measuring instruments, etc.). Customers are allowed to inspect these manuals and handbooks of quality at their request.

CMI is (for the Czech Republic) a signatory of international arrangement CIPM MRA, it is based  on the mutual recognition of national measurement standards, calibration certificates and results issued by national metrology institutes.

Technical competence of CMI laboratories was examined by accreditation according to ČSN EN ISO / IEC 17025: 2005 by the Czech Accreditation Institute (ČIA - member of the EA).

In 2006, CMI was accredited as a uniform calibration and testing laboratory - it is the highest accredited calibration laboratory in the Czech Republic.

In the period 2007 - 2008 a uniform calibration and testing laboratory has undergone routine surveillance visits of Czech Accreditation Institute  and on this occasion accreditation extended to other procedures (88 calibration procedures, 6 testing procedures).