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  • Metrology Society of Australasia

    The MSA will celebrate World Metrology Day 2016 on Friday 20th May and invite anyone with an interest in metrology to register for this one day training event being held at MSL in Lower Hutt.

    MSL is New Zealand's National Metrology Insitute and attendees will get the opportunity to view laboratories, hear from world leading experts, participate in a variety of workshops and network with fellow metrologists.  

  • Measurement Standards Laboratory of New Zealand

    Our team of testing and measurement experts can help you to understand your products and processes with world-class calibration and verification, measurement and consultancy services.  Our services also include technical advice on difficult measurements, and R&D on measurements and measuring instruments.

  • Chris Young verifying a weigh station

    MSL offers calibration services

     

    As New Zealand’s National Metrology Institute, one of our main functions is to provide calibrations traceable to New Zealand’s National Standards and to the SI. All of our routine calibration certificates are recognised internationally as demonstrating traceability to the SI.

  • Resistance Bridge Calibrator

    New Zealand's measurement structure

     

    The measurement infrastructure in New Zealand presently consists of a number of autonomous organisations with specific and separate responsibilities which cooperate to ensure a coherent measurement system is possible.

     

    MSL has the primary responsibility for the provision of physical measurement standards.

  • 05-04-2016 World Metrology Day 2016
    MSL once again celebrates World Metrology Day on 20th May but this year it's a combined effort with the Metrology Society of Australasia co-hosting proceedings.
  • 25-11-2015 Leap Seconds to continue for at least another eight years
    The World Radiocommunication Conference, currently in session in Geneva from 2 to 27 November, has decided that further studies are required on the impact and application of a future reference time-scale, including the modification of coordinated universal time (UTC) and suppressing the so-called "leap second".

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