Verification 952-316

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Verification 952-316

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Verification 952-316

See the product page of the item you wish to get verified to make sure which calibration is correct. Add the correct Verification to your cart at time of purchase of associated product. In order to get scale/weights verified after time of purchase, with will be neccesary to send the item to Kern in Germany for verification. Please Contact Us for more information.

What does Verification mean?

Verification means testing to verification error limits to protect the consumer. When introducing balances and weights onto the market, they are subject to EU directives. The subsequent monitoring of the market is regulated at a national level, in Germany through the MessEG (Weights and Measures Act) and MessEV (Verification ordinance).

Verification (regulated by law)

Why use Verification?

Applications with mandatory verification of balances and test weights include:

– in commercial trade when the price of a commodity is determined by weighing
– the manufacture of pharmaceuticals in pharmacies
– the production of pre-packaged goods
– in medical applications

When to choose Verification?

You can only verify balances which have official buildtype approval and test weights which conform to OIML standards.

How?

Testing to verification error limits to protect the consumer. When introducing balances and weights onto the market, they are subject to EU directives. The subsequent monitoring of the market is regulated at a national level, in Germany through the MessEG (Weights and Measures Act) and MessEV (Verification ordinance).

Difference between Calibration and Verification

Calibration means the determination of accuracy worldwide by a laboratory which is accredited to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025. Traceability to internationally recognised standards. The DAkkS calibration certificate confirms both the metrological characteristics of the checking equipment and the general requirements for the monitoring of checking equipment.

Verification means testing to verification error limits to protect the consumer. When introducing balances and weights onto the market, they are subject to EU directives. The subsequent monitoring of the market is regulated at a national level, in Germany through the MessEG (Weights and Measures Act) and MessEV (Verification ordinance).

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