WESTBROOK, ME (December 10, 2021) – Artel is making it easier for laboratories to focus on their science and increase productivity instead of worrying about their instruments’ performance and maintenance, by offering the first ever ISO 17025 accredited calibration service for automated liquid handlers.
ISO 17025 is the international standard which defines the general requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories. Artel has been accredited since 2004, and its technology has long been used by customers worldwide to deliver excellence in volume measurement and confidence in test results.
The Accredited Calibration Service (ACS) provides assurance of accredited, NIST-traceable volumetric verification to all users of automated liquid handling equipment This service is performed by scientists who have been trained and certified with a range of commonly used robots from such manufacturers as Tecan, Beckman/Labcyte, Hamilton, Eppendorf, Agilent, Perkin Elmer, and more. Customers are provided with as-found, in-process, and as-left NIST-traceable calibration data and ISO 17025 compliant calibration and calibration labels for their ALHs upon completion. ACS also complies with ISO’s IWA 15, “Specification and method for the determination of performance of automated liquid handling systems”, helping satisfy regulatory requirements.
One customer commented, “It was easy to schedule and Artel shipped all the necessary reagents to us before the calibration. The staff are friendly and professional. The task was completed according to schedule.”
This service will help keep liquid handlers performing optimally, so scientists can stay focused on what matters, whether it’s personalized genomics, drug discovery, assay development, food safety, forensic testing, or any of the many other disciplines that utilize automated liquid handlers. To learn more, visit Artel’s website at www.artel.co or send an inquiry to [email protected] .