AMECA Announces Accreditation to CTCV for Testing Automotive Safety Glass and Safety Glazing Materials

AMECA (Automotive Manufacturer Equipment Compliance Agency) announces it has extended accreditation to CTCV to test automotive Safety Glass and Safety Glazing Materials.

Only technically proficient, professional laboratories which maintain a record keeping system with a calibration program and have demonstrated the ability to test to every aspect to the relevant safety standard are granted AMECA accreditation.AMECA requires every laboratory to establish and utilize a documented calibration program to assure the required degree of accuracy in measurements. The documented accuracy of all measurement instrument standards remain traceable to primary standards maintained by the National Institute of Standards and Technology of the United States of America or the national physical laboratory maintaining such standards in the country in which the laboratory is located.

Through the accreditation process, CTCV has clearly demonstrated that it has the equipment, personnel and appropriate qualifications to produce accurate, repeatable and technically valid test data to meet the rigorous requirements of the AMECA accreditation process.

600450 AMECA Announces Accreditation to CTCV for Testing Automotive Safety Glass and Safety Glazing Materials

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