Accreditations & Certificates

Instron®'s business is committed to customer satisfaction. Building long-term relationships with our customers, we focus our efforts on reliability, timeliness, performance, products free from defects, safety, and suitability for the intended end-use.


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Instron Quality Manual

This document constitutes the highest level of quality documentation measures in Instron.

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Accreditations and Certificates

Codes of Federal Regulations (CFR) Statements

The 10 CFR §21 & §50 Appendix B Statement provides information on Instron's calibration certificate.
 
The FDA Compliance Statement provides information about how to integrate Instron's products according to your 21 CFR § 820, 21 CFR § 11, ISO 13485:2003 and IQ/OQ/PQ requirements.

ISO 9001 Compliance Statement, Scope & Registration Details

Instron's quality systems, measurement standards and procedures meet or exceed the requirements of ISO9001.

The registrars are:

Instron, Electromechanical & Industrial Products Group, Norwood, MA, USA:
SGS International Certification Services Inc. view certificate
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Instron- A division of ITW Ltd., United Kingdom:
SGS United Kingdom Ltd view certificate

Instron GmbH, Darmstadt, Germany:
TÜV SÜD Management Service GmbH view certificate

Instron Singapore, a Division of ITW Pte Ltd., Japan, Singapore, Korea, Taiwan:
SGS International Certification Services Inc. view certificate

ITW Test & measurement Italia S.r.l.
Instron CEAST Division, Italy:

TUV Italia S.r.l. view certificate

CE Marking of Instron Equipment

To fulfill the conformity requirements for CE marking of equipment across such a wide product range, Instron uses three main directives, the machinery directive, the low voltage directive, and the electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) directive. This article explains how these directives are used.