Quality Calibration Solution Private Ltd.
Quality Calibration Solution Private Ltd. is one of the best private companies providing calibration services for various instruments in Bangladesh. The Quality Calibration laboratory is currently located in Mirpur DOHS, Dhaka, Bangladesh. It is accredited to ISO/IEC 17025:2017 for calibration from BAB (Bangladesh Accredited Board) under the ministry of Industries of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh.
Brief of quality calibration in BD
The business was operated by Muhammad Saiful Islam Shamim and Md. Hasan Ibrahim. Muhammad Saiful Islam Shamim has been acting as Quality Manager in Quality Calibration Solution – Best Calibration Company in Bangladesh since the begining of Quality Calibration. He has been in the calibration sector since 2013. Earlier he completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Stamford University. He took training from different national and international organizations like CSIR-CMERI, India, QSI, India, BAB (Bangladesh Accredited Board), memmert, X-rite etc. He has successfully completed an Assessor Training Course on both ISO/IEC 17025 & ISO/IEC 17020. He has provided consultancy services for ISO/IEC 17025 in various organizations like Rahimafrooz Group, Energypac Ltd, Esquire Group, Fakir Group etc.
Md. Hasan Ibrahim has been acting as Technical Manager in Quality Calibration since the begining of Quality Calibration. He has been in the calibration sector since 2015. Earlier he completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Khulna University of Engineering & Technology (KUET). He took training from different national and international organizations like CSIR-CMERI, India, QSI, India, BAB (Bangladesh Accredited Board), NML-BSTI, memmert, X-rite etc. He has successfully completed the Assessor Training Course on ISO/IEC 17025. Not only that but he also has training on Method Validation, Metrological Traceability, Uncertainty etc. He has successfully completed a lot of calibration projects in different industries like pharmaceuticals, food & beverage, oil & gas, textile & garments, power plant, battery, chemical, hospital & healthcare, private university etc.
Md. Rubel Miah has been acting as Chief Business Officer (CBO) in Quality Calibration since 2022. About Twelve years of experiences in providing Auditing, consultancy and training services on ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 45001, ISO 22000, FSSC 22000, HACCP, GMP, ISO 26000, ISO 27001, ISO 50001, ISO 28000, SA 8000, ISO 13485, ISO 17020, ISO 17025, BSCI, SEDEX, WRAP, Total Quality Management (TQM), Kaizen, 5-S techniques, Lean Manufacturing, Social Compliance, EIA, ESIA, EMP, Energy Assessment, ESAP, E&S Monitoring,Due Diligence and Calibration in Power & Electricity, Pharmaceuticals & Food Industries, Textiles & Apparels, Chemicals, Automobile Industries, Leather Goods, Footwear, Plastic Industries, Electronics, Cement Industries, Light Engineering, other manufacturing industries and Service industries etc.
He is an CQI-IRCA (UK) accredited Lead Tutor for ISO 9001, ISO 14001 &ISO 45001. He is also working as a Freelancer Technical Expert, Tutor & Auditorfor TUV SUD Bangladesh Ltd., Elevate Global Ltd. – An LRQA Company, TUV Rheinland Bangladesh, TUV Austria Bureau of Inspections & Certification and others.
ISO 9001 certification
Quality Calibration took ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation from NABL (National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories), India at the beginning of 2018. After that in september, 2018 quality calibration also got ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation from BAB (Bangladesh Accreditation Board) and after that maintaining its accreditation continuously.
Our management system achieved first ISO 9001 Calibration Certificate from UKAS through AJA Registrars in May, 2017 and after that it has that certification from BSTI (Bangladesh Standards and Testing Institution) in January, 2020.
Frequently Asked Questions
First, follow the recommendation of the manufacturer. Then, if necessary, customize the calibration according to the functions, range and measurement level of the user of the equipment under calibration.
First, follow the recommendation of the manufacturer. If the customer has records of calibration data from previous years, analyze the data and adjust the calibration frequency so that the next calibration is conducted within a similar period. For electrical measurement equipment, generally, 1-year calibration periods are the most common.
The ratio between the accuracy of the reference equipment and that of the equipment under calibration should be at least 4:1.
A customer may choose to calibrate themselves or send their equipment to one of our calibration and service centers. We do not require the customer to return the equipment to Hioki to be calibrated but there are advantages to doing so, namely, we also have the capability to repair and adjust the equipment to ensure it is operating optimally for the customer. This is part of the total after service support we offer our customers. Hioki has five such calibration and service centers globally,
When differences in measurement capacity and measurement values have an effect on the customer’s work, the test equipment should be calibrated regularly. For example:
- When measuring the earth resistance after installing earthing equipment in a factory and official records are required.
- When measuring the commercial power voltage being supplied to a factory, and the power supply affects quality.
- When the diameter of the cables being manufactured by a factory need to be measured for quality control, and the measured values are compared to standard or allowable ranges.
Test equipment that does not need to be calibrated are those that do not have an effect on the customer’s work despite variations in the measurement capacity or value. For example:
- When measuring the earth resistance after installing earthing equipment, and the customer only needs to check if there are any wiring breaks or disconnects.
- When measuring the commercial power voltage being supplied to a factory, and the customer only needs to check whether or not power is flowing.
- When the length of the cables (which is not an important parameter) being manufactured by a factory are checked to see if it falls within a certain range.
ISO/IEC17025 is an international calibration standard, and the calibration data indicated on the calibration certificate is officially assured for international traceability. Such a certificate helps to eliminate trade barriers and heighten reliability, making it easier to obtain approval from government authorities or other entities that require similar qualifications.