We develop and manufacture electrical calibration instruments for calibration laboratories and testing facilities in electronics, engineering, utility, aeronautics and telecommunications sectors. Designed for automated calibrations our instruments bring effective solutions to customers like NPL, Samsung, Siemens and Volkswagen. Metrological know-how also takes its part in our production of industrial electromagnetic flow meters.
Reasons to choose Meatest
Our quality management system is certified to ISO 9001:2015 under UKAS certification rules. All new instruments are delivered with calibration certificate.
Made to last
Development and instrument design in Meatest is focused on long-lasting durability. High quality components and precise manufacturing processes are key factors in cutting life-cycle costs.
Instruments for people
Even though our instruments are complex and powerful, user interface is always clear and easy. Come to one of our events and try it yourself.
Wherever you are
Our representatives are at your service all over the world. Would you like to consult your solution with us? Get a quote? Training? Service? Let us know.
To make your work a bit easier, Meatest has developed a calibration software designed to work with all calibration equipment at a reasonable price.
Nothing on market to match your requirements? Or just missing critical feature in our instruments? Share with us and together we'll surely come up with solution.
Foundation of Meatest and first inquiries on custom metrology instruments
First foreign representative, taiwanese distributor introduces Meatest to southeastern Asia
Swiss distributor introduces Meatest to western Europe, sales are picking up
Meatest moved from rented workspace to new factory
Quality management system certified by BVQi to ISO 9001:2000
Factory space doubled to keep up with foreign market demand
Brand new development center with another testing facility
New calibration laboratory for power quality calibrators
Expansion of development centre and calibration laboratories