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|2019-06-11.||Ivo Novakovic||TECTRA||IT uncertainty definitions
IT generic standards (IEC)
IT product standards (IEC)
PQ compliance standards (IEC,....)
PQ uncertainty definitions
PQ generic standards (IEC)
PQ product standards (IEC)
PQ compliance standards (IEC, SENELEC,....)
PQ measurement methodes
Combined uncertainty definitions
PQ meter design and functionalities
|2019-06-07.||Iris de krom||VSL||To provide traceability for mercury measurements in emission sources and the atmosphere VSL has developed a mercury vapour generator, which can be used as a calibrator of measuring equipment. This vapour generator is based on diffusion according to ISO 6145-8 and directly traceable to the kilogram, the SI measurement unit of the mass. Currently this is the only primary elemental mercury vapour generator available and as a National Metrology Institute (NMI), VSL expects this facility to play a key role in enabling the reduction of the mercury burden on the environment.
Within the “Metrology for oxidised mercury” (MercOx) project VSL’s primary standard is used to establish a traceable calibration methodology for the most important oxidised mercury-containing species, especially for HgCl2.
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