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Industrial Scientific Achieves Renewal of ISO9001:2000 Registration


PITTSBURGH 12 Apr 2006 Industrial Scientific Corporation, the innovative leader in gas detectors and gas monitoring equipment, announces the recent achievement of renewal and registration to the newest ISO standard, ISO9001:2000. The Corporation’s Quality Management System has been registered as compliant with the International Standard, which focuses on quality and customer satisfaction.

Bureau Veritas Quality International (BVQI), accredited registrar for over 55,000 companies in over 100 countries, issued Certificate Number 180688 in accordance with the requirements of the standard and scope of supply defined as “design, development, manufacture, supply and service of electronic instrumentation and related accessories used for quantitative measurement of toxic gases, flammable gases and oxygen including use in explosive atmospheres.”

Industrial Scientific has held the status of ISO9001 since 1994, and was the first U.S. manufacturer of gas monitors to receive the esteemed certification. The Corporation’s Quality System is aligned with the new standards to strive for continuous improvements throughout the organization that offer significant benefits to the customer. The certification is another testament to the Corporation’s Mission Statement, “Design – Manufacture – Sell: Highest quality products for the preservation of life and property. Provide: Best customer service.”

Industrial Scientific Corporation is a leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of gas monitoring instruments, systems and other technical products for the preservation of life and property. Founded in 1985, the company has headquarters in Oakdale, Pa. and regional offices throughout the world. For more information on Industrial Scientific, log onto www.indsci.com.

Contacts: Dan Timco, Director, Supply Chain,
dtimco@indsci.com
Phone: 1-800-DETECTS or (412) 788-4353


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