Truck Scale Repair & Calibration
Interweigh Systems Inc. provides the highest quality truck scale calibration service available in southern Ontario. Calibrate your scales regularly to ensure they meet the required government standards.
Truck Weigh Stations
Most provinces and states collect taxes based on the weight of transported goods. Located at various points along provincial and state highways, truck weigh stations are used to calculate these taxes. They also monitor the weight of a truck to ensure that it falls within the safety guidelines that each province and state has in place for its highways.
Weigh stations are equipped with scales, some of which can weigh a truck while it is moving, while older scales require the trucks to stop. Various scales are also used, from single-axle scales to multi-axle sets. Regardless of the type of scale being used, we can handle all your calibration needs and keep your scales in ideal working condition.
Scope Of Work
As an ISO 9001 registered and. ISO/IEC 17025 accredited Company, we will inspect, clean, test, and make field adjustments within maintenance tolerances, furnish certified test weights and supply a written report for every job.
Quality assurance inspectors will be able to assess the state of all weighing equipment, and the documentation should serve to satisfy even the most discriminating Auditors.
Interweigh Systems Inc. is committed to the continual improvement and integration of quality excellence, into our everyday business practices, which translates into consistent products for our customers.
Our Head office, located in Markham Ontario, is home to our mass calibration lab and manufacturing facility which is accredited to ISO 9001:2015 for it's management system and ISO/IEC 17025:2017 for the calibration of mass, scales and balances. Additionally, the Mississauga location is accredited to ISO/IEC 17025:2017 for the calibration of scales and balances. All locations offer device inspections pursuant to Measurement Canada and the Weights and Measures Act.
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*The SCC has elected not to display the “expiry date” on "Frameable" certificates. Instead they have added a clause stating that: “The Validity of this certificate, including the date of last re-accreditation and its expiry can be confirmed by the accompanying Scope of Accreditation document in the Directory of Accredited Laboratories on the SCC website at scc.ca.”For your convenience, Interweigh Systems has provided a link to both the “Frameable Certificate" and the "Scope of Accreditation"