DAkkS Accreditation

by the Deutsche Akkreditierungsstelle GmbH

After calibration SPEKTRA issues DAkkS calibration certificates
(calibration acc. to ISO 17025).

In the hierarchy of metrological infrastructure of industrial metrology accredited laboratories are second priority - right after the National Institutes which provide the national reference for the country.

DAkkS calibration certificates from accredited laboratories are internationally recognized, for example by signatories of the Convention of the European co-operation for Accreditation (EA) and the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC) for the mutual recognition of calibration certificates.

Link to Accreditation Certificate of SPEKTRA

Known Consignee

Authorization by the Federal Office of Civil Aeronautics: January 10th 2013

As officially acknowledged Known Consignee SPEKTRA has acquired a status that entitles the company to send so-called "safe" air freight. Without this status there can be additional costs or delays for the shipment caused by stops because the goods need to be checked separately, must be x-rayed and approved before they can be loaded onto an aircraft.

Authorization number: DE/KC/00712-01

ISO 9001

certified since September 23rd 2013 by TÜV Süd

Quality management standards of the DIN EN ISO 9000 build the basis for quality assurance and quality management worldwide. Also, they are the most widely used standard work of ISO (International Organization for Standardization). Nationally and internationally enterprises of all sizes and industries take a DIN EN ISO 9001 certified quality management system as an ideal proof of competence and performance.

Details to the standard can be found on the website of TÜV Süd.

Link to the Certificate of SPEKTRA

Approved Exporter

Authorization number by main customs office: DE/5550/EA/0102

Approved exporter describes an organization that may benefit from an authorization for simplified declaration of origin, issued by the main customs office.

This means the company may use customs agreements between the European Union and third countries, which often means customs savings and a simplified export procedure to many countries.