TIRI offers standard testing and calibration services, including 9 calibration services and 2 testing services, all of which conform to ISO/IEC 17025 international standards. All 11 items have been certified by the Taiwan Accreditation Foundation (TAF). TIRI can provide combined ILAC-MRA Mark calibration reports recognized internationally (80 economies and 90 accredited institutions). Each year, TIRI issues more than 200 test and calibration reports.

Certification items and brief introductions of the laboratories are described below

TAF accredited laboratories Certification items
TIRI Vacuum Standards Lab
(Lab No.: 0081)
TIRI Optoelectronic Calibration Lab
(Lab No.: 1529)
Gloss standard plate
TIRI Optoelectronic Calibration Lab
(Lab No.: 2340)
Radius of curvature
Index of refraction
TIRI Biomedical Platform Lab
(Lab No.: 3291)
Electronics Medical Device (total of 19 items)
Bending test
Fatique Test

Vacuum Standard Laboratory (TAF laboratory number: 0081):

TIRI's Vacuum Standard Laboratory is the first facility of its kind to receive CNLA calibration certification. The laboratory's calibration items include ion vacuum gauges (KD2002), capacitive vacuum gauges (KD2003), and other vacuum gauges (KD2006). This laboratory serves industry, government, academia, and research institutions, and it issues over 100 calibration certification reports each year. Furthermore, this is the only laboratory in Taiwan to perform optical calibration related to film reflectance and film transmittance (KG3005 & KG3006); it provides comprehensive spectrum measurement services to academic and industrial users. These laboratories employ scanning probe microscopes and scanning electron microscopes to provide pitch standard calibration services in the ranges of (100 - 10,000) nm and (100 - 2,000) nm (KA2014) respectively. Calibration results are based on the weights and measures of international institutions such as Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB) from Germany and National Physical Laboratory (NPL) from the UK. Thus, domestic testing laboratories can benefit from these results and save substantial calibration costs and waiting time (3 to 6 months) of sending samples overseas. In response to customers' instrument calibration needs, TIRI also provides customized, high-precision pitch standard (standard deviation < 0.3%) services, which contributed to TIRI receiving the 8th R&D Creativity Award for Measurement Science and Technology as well as the 9th and 11th Outstanding Measurement Engineer Award from the Chinese Metrology Society.

Optoelectronic Calibration Laboratory (TAF laboratory number: 1529 and 2340):

This is the first laboratory to apply for TAF accreditation after TIRI became a member of NARLabs. This facility received two laboratory accreditation numbers because it offers certification items including calibration and testing. The four certification items consist of luminance meter/ brightness colorimeter (KG3012, calibration), gloss boards (KG3027, calibration), radius of curvature (O999, testing), and index of refraction (O999, testing). It is the first laboratory in Taiwan to offer certified testing reports for items as radius of curvature and index of refraction. This laboratory advocates the policy of ensuring precision quality, being innovative, showing respect for others, and positive teamwork. It also embraces the goal of providing the best quality and credible services. In addition to TIRI's internationally recognized measurement services offered to domestic and foreign industry, academia, and research institutions, its calibration ability has also established a solid foundation for the development of instrument technology, which is expected to promote domestic exchanges regarding relevant instrument technologies and further fulfill the urgent needs for technological standards and high quality products in Taiwan.