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SRM Licensed Distributors

DISTRIBUTION OF NIST STANDARD REFERENCE MATERIALS

In order to facilitate the world-wide distribution of its Standard Reference Materials (SRMs), the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has established a licensed distributor program. The non-exclusive limited distribution license enables a distributor to purchase SRMs from NIST and resell them into the distributor's market using NIST's registered marks Standard Reference Material® and SRM®. Licensed distributors must themselves hold a valid ISO Guide 34 accreditation as a producer of Certified Reference Materials. Accreditation shall be from a body that is a member of the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC). The scope of the accreditation determines the scope of the NIST SRM inventory over which the distributor license applies.

NIST is pleased to announce that the NIST SRM Program now has these licensed distributors:

 

MilliporeSigma, a part of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany
 

 

LGC Standards
 

Shanghai Research Institute of Materials Testing Service (Shanghai)
 

NCS Testing Technology Co., Ltd.(Beijing)
 

American Type Culture Collection



More details can be found in the: Non-Exclusive Limited Distribution Agreement

For further information, contact:
Dr. Steven J. Choquette, Director
Office of Reference Materials
National Institute of Standards and Technology
100 Bureau Drive MS2300
Gaithersburg, MD 20899-2300
Email: steven.choquette [at] nist.gov (subject: SRM%20Distributors)
Voice: 301-975-3096
Fax: 301-926-4751

Created January 20, 2016, Updated May 23, 2019