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In addition to our Repair and Spare Parts Service, Bosch takes care of the recycling of scrap tools.
Accuracy is essential when using lasers, and optical levellers as measurement errors can be the user’s responsibility. External influences such as dropping, impacts, contamination or temperature variations can affect your measuring tool’s performance.
For this reason, you should have your measuring tool tool checked immediately if it has been dropped or if it gives inaccurate readings and at least have it checked once a year. The calibrations by Bosch meet the requirements according to ISO 9000ff, and the results are documented in a certificate.
Please follow the collections procedure for service and repair, noting that the product is for calibration. If you are outside of the collection zone please contact our office for advice.
Send your tool directly to your nearest Bosch Service Center; and we will mail it back to you after the calibration.
Take-back of scrap tools
The Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act in force since 2007 requires that manufacturers meet a quota for recycling and recovery of usable materials from scrap tools. Against this background, the current participation of Robert Bosch Ltd in a consortium consisting of multiple manufacturers of power tools, electrical welding equipment and garden tools is a logical step. A waste disposal company working on behalf of this consortium collects tools from the communal collection points and disposes of them in an environmentally-friendly way.
As many materials as possible are recycled to avoid unnecessary environmental damage.