Calibration & Measurement Services in New Zealand

Our Vision and Mission Statement

Our objective is to add value and integrity to our customers businesses and products. It’s about quality measurements quality decisions.

We conduct our business activities with the utmost integrity, excellence, passion and sustainability, ensuring our customers and stakeholders expectations are met or exceeded every time, today and into the future.



Calibration and measurement services began in NZ using internationally recognised procedures and quality management systems.


The laboratory achieved ISO9002 certification from QAS Standards Australia.


Certification to Standards Australia’s Certified Laboratory Practice (CLP) scheme was awarded using the International standards ISO9001 and ISO Guide 25.


The laboratory gained laboratory accreditation from International Accreditation New Zealand (IANZ) to the international standard ISO17025 – General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories.

We are a IANZ Accredited Laboratory,
Accreditation No.618

Calibration and Traceability

A certificate of calibration can actually improve measurement capability by quantifying instrument errors. These errors can subsequently be taken account of and the measurement error corrected for, thus increasing measurement accuracy.

The wide range of laboratory standards held by Metcal are directly traceable to National and International Standards – MSL NZ, NPL UK, NIST USA and NMC SG, enabling a wide range of accredited and non accredited calibrations and measurements to be performed.

Traceability is maintained via a regular calibration program using NVLAP/A2LA accredited laboratories in the United States of America, UKAS accredited laboratories in the United Kingdom and MSL NZ.

Our Customers

Metcal consistently provides appropriate services, costed effectively, to recognised quality standards, meeting the requirements of our wide range of customers in these Industries:

Civil & Military Aviation







Power Generation