About Garber Metrology

Since its humble beginnings as a small scale company in 1975, Garber Metrology has grown to become one of the premier Weighing Equipment/Calibration Companies in the Mid-Atlantic Region. Today the company operates two distinct but closely connected divisions: Weighing Solutions and Calibration/Metrology Services.

Garber Metrology is one of the region’s largest distributors of weighing equipment, representing many of the industry’s most prestigious manufacturers. Garber sells a wide array of weighing equipment, from precision laboratory balances with accuracies in milligrams to truck and railroad scales with capacities exceeding 250 tons. Garber Metrology retains the experience and expertise to calibrate, troubleshoot, and repair all of the equipment we sell in addition to providing custom programming solutions and maintaining a fleet of rental equipment.

Calibration/Metrology services are delivered via our in-house laboratories (including our temperature and humidity controlled physical/dimensional lab), and on-site at our customers’ facilities. These services cover a wide range of instruments, gauges, and equipment.

Garber Metrology maintains the highest levels of quality and is ISO 9001 Registered by NQA, and ISO/IEC 17025 and ANSI/NCSL Z540-1-1994 Accredited by ANAB. The company’s scope of accreditation is broad, encompassing dimensional, mechanical, electromagnetic DC/low frequency, and thermodynamic disciplines.

Garber Metrology is one of the only companies in the Mid-Atlantic Region that combines full service weighing solutions, a wide range of calibration/metrology services, and a broad scope of accreditation.

Garber Metrology Quality Management System

Consistently exceeding customer expectations and delivering an outstanding customer experience is our goal at Garber Metrology. Our commitment to our Quality Program is paramount to the achievement of our customer service objective.

The overall quality system is based on the methodology known as “Plan-Do-Check-Act” and on the requirements of ISO 9001 and ISO/IEC 17025. The following diagram along with the Process Map identifies the major processes within the Quality Management System. Outsourced processes are controlled through special provisions in the purchasing process.

Cycle

Plan:

Establish the objectives and processes necessary to deliver results that meet or exceed customer requirements and the organization’s policies.

Check:

Monitor, measure where applicable, and analyze processes and product against policies, objectives, and requirements for the product and report the results.

Do:

Implement the processes.

Act:

Take actions to continually improve process performance.

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