Dutch Metrological Institute
Transactions based on measurements and the results obtained from them are completed every day. People must have confidence in the accuracy of measurements, whether it’s about measuring gas consumption, the price of a taxi ride, the random selection of a lottery number or industrial applications. As an independent party, NMi’s mission is to reinforce this confidence.
Measuring instruments used for commercial purposes, as in the examples above, are subject to statutory regulations. These guarantee that measurements meet certain requirements and that you can be confident in the results. NMi tests and certifies measuring instruments and games of chance, helping manufacturers and suppliers to access the world market.
NMi Certin is the independent specialist for testing, certification and training in the fields metrology and gaming. Manufacturers and end users can rely on world-wide recognition of NMi Certin measurement reports and certificates. NMi Certin differentiates itself through customer-oriented solutions and innovation.
International market access
NMi is internationally recognised and has an excellent reputation as an independent testing and certification institute in the following fields: oil & gas, utilities, weighing, volume and length, pre-packaging and e-marks, gaming and mobility and traffic law enforcement. NMi supplies its products and services all over the world. It has branches in the Netherlands, Italy, the United Kingdom and Canada and it collaborates with local organisations in China, Turkey and Japan.
For many years, NMi also has mutual recognition agreements with countries like China, Japan and Australia where its test results are accepted for market access.
Testing for compliance with legislation
Measuring instruments and games of chance are tested in NMi’s laboratories or, where possible, on site for compliance with the relevant legislation and regulations. NMi also develops test procedures to demonstrate conformity, enabling international market access for manufacturers of measuring instruments and games of chance.