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    Paragon ISO 17025 / ISO 17034 Relative Density standards are designed for the calibration or verification of instruments used to measure density and relative density.

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    ISO 17025  / ISO 17034 certification under UKAS ensures full traceability to national standards.

    Dual certified to ISO 17025 / ISO 17034 under our UKAS accreditation
    Certified in accordance with primary level ASTM D1480 methodology
    The Relative density was calculated by dividing the density, as obtained from ASTM D1480, by the density of water at the reference temperature.
    The density of water was taken from the table denoted "Density of Water" found in ASTM D1480 and confirms to the International Temperature Scale (ITS 90).
    Supplied in tamper evident packaging with a 2 year shelf life
    Manufactured in the United Kingdom
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    ISO 17025 is recognised, internationally for competence to carry out testing and or calibrations to the standard dictated by international methods. This requires accredited facilities to comply with all the requirements detailed within the varied sections of the standard.

    The highest level of quality assurance is achieved through ISO 17034. This confirms the expertise of the manufacturer, the integrity of the production systems and the reliability of the Certified Reference Materials produced.

    Our strict compliance to ISO 17025 and ISO 17034 is independently verified under UKAS (United Kingdom Accreditation Service). UKAS’s renowned world-wide reputation for setting the highest standards of quality is second to none and it endorses our commitment to supplying the highest level of quality standards available. Paragon has been assessed against internationally recognised standards to demonstrate its technical competence, impartiality and performance capability.

    The risks associated with not using a UKAS accredited organisation: