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ISO AND SELF VERIFICATION

SGS LogoAWM Limited are ISO registered for the design, manufacture, calibration, maintenance and repair of weighing equipment - we aim to maintain the highest standards of service and integrity at all times.     Download our ISO certificate   |    Download our NAWI Certificate.

Our ISO registration ensures that all of our weighing systems are manufactured to strict quality standards. All of our products are fully QA tested and calibrated by our highly trained engineers and professionally packaged before despatch. 

We believe in providing quality that lasts and where others have moved their manufacturing abroad we pride ourselves on still manufacturing the VW range of platform scales here in the UK, as we have done since 1989. The quality and reliability of the VW platform range is the result of over 25 years of design and manufacturing experience and we still control the complete process from initial enquiry through to the design, fabrication and final weight testing.
 

UKWF LogoWe are active members of the UK Weighing Federation and we can provide calibration certificates that comply with the UKWF Code of Practice

As well as our UKWF and ISO certified calibration procedure, our ISO registration includes our quality system approval for Self Verification, allowing us to test and certify Class III weighing scales for trade use here at our factory. 

For our International dealers, or UK distributors who export, as part of our verification process we make the required gravity adjustments to ensure our scales meet all accuracy requirements in the country of use. 

For our established distributors we also offer our "Outsourced Verifiers" course which allows them to verify Class III weighing scales under our ISO system.

We were one of the first independent companies to obtain Self Verification status. Our skilled team of verifiers test industrial and medical scales all day, everyday, here at our factory in Bury St Edmunds, certifying scales for use all over the world. All of our platforms use OIML approved loadcells and are designed for Class III approval.