Fully Compliant

Contronics systems and services are fully compliant with industry regulations, guidance and best practice such as 21 CFR Part 11, MHRA, HTA, WHO and many more.

Our ISO 9001, UKAS ISO 17025 and Safe Contractor accreditations are testimony to our capability, professionalism and service quality.

We don’t sub-contract our responsibilities. Our range of systems are designed in-house and installed by our field service team within the UK and overseas by carefully chosen distributors.

ISO 17025 is a quality system standard specific to calibration and testing laboratories, demonstrating the capability, competence, accuracy and traceability of the laboratory and its work. The achievement of UKAS accreditation demonstrates Contronics’ competence to manage and perform the activities defined by its UKAS Schedule of Accreditation. These activities include multi-point temperature calibration of temperature sensors and associated wired and wireless loggers and temperature mapping.

For details of Contronics’ calibration accreditation, click here.

ISO 9001 approval covers all aspects of our operations. This accreditation is part of our commitment to delivering quality products and services and continuous improvement. The internationally recognised standard covers the hardware and software design processes, the products we manufacture and supply and the on-site services we deliver to our customers. Our in-house development team based at our premises in Congleton, Cheshire design the hardware and software for our products.


Our field service team undertakes the installation, commissioning, calibration, validation and reactive maintenance and service on your system. The Health & Safety of our employees and those impacted by our activities is a top priority for us. We demonstrate our Health & Safety competence through our accredited membership of the SAFE Contractor scheme.

Keeping your data secure is extremely important to us, which is why we have achieved Cyber Essentials certification. Cyber Essentials is a UK government-backed scheme that helps organisations protect themselves against common cyber-security threats.
The UK government requires all suppliers bidding for contracts involving the handling of certain sensitive and personal information to be certified against the Cyber Essentials scheme.