Reliable test results are a fundamental and hot topic in materials testing. With each materials and components test we ask the same questions:
Zwick's machine and software solutions provide accuracy, repeatability and reproducibility, as well as complete traceability of the determined results.
Increasing quality awareness has led to greater demands being placed on the accuracy and reproducibility of measuring equipment. Zwick operates a calibration laboratory with DAkkS accreditation to ISO/IEC 17025, allowing us to calibrate testing machines and systems at the installation site in accordance with the relevant standards and issue calibration certificates which are recognized worldwide. We have taken the additional step of developing our proven quality management system into an integrated quality and environmental management system, enabling us to take a holistic approach to quality, environmental protection, and health and safety requirements. Because of this, Zwick in Ulm is certified to ISO 14001 and qualified in accordance with the Security Safety Management (SeSaM) system.
More Information about the certification Services you can find on the TÜV Süd Webpage.
Perfectly coordinated development, production, and sales procedures guarantee short delivery times. Machines can be modified to suit individual requirements whenever necessary.
With Zwick you get what you need—not what we happen to have available.
Since 2014, the Stiftverbund (German Sponsors Association) has recognized research companies for the responsibility they assume for their country and society with the seal "Innovation through Research."
The Stiftverbund is one of the largest private research funders in Germany. In addition to its commitment to the next generation of academics, excellent institutes of higher education and advanced research, it also responsible for examining and evaluating German research and innovation systems. How much does the economy invest in research and development in Germany? What impact does this have on the future of this country? These questions are the focus of the R&D survey which takes place annually on behalf of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research.