On March 27, 2019, NIST introduced a new online shopping experience to order Calibration services. As NIST is committed to providing high quality products and services, we are sure you will enjoy this new customer experience! To access the new NIST storefront and shop for Calibration Services, click here. To place an order, be sure to check out the New Customer link and information on the storefront homepage and register for an account.
If you have questions about ordering a measurement service, please email the calibrations [at] nist.gov (Calibrations Group) or?call 1-866-NIST-SHOP (or 1-866-647-8746). You may also contact our NIST Calibration Administrators: martin.wilson [at] nist.gov (Martin Wilson) - 301-975-2356; john.lomax [at] nist.gov (John Lomax) - 303-497-3842; or denise.prather [at] nist.gov (Denise Prather) - 301-975-4221.
If you have difficulty finding a contact for your measurement service need or you need administrative assistance, please call 1-866-NIST-SHOP (or 1-866-647-8746). If you prefer, you can send email to the calibrations [at] nist.gov (Calibrations Group).
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