Gas Quality Measurement Systems Performance Evaluations
CAC GAS with our partners EffecTech and IAS provide performance evaluations on gas quality measurement systems and process gas chromatographs. The performance evaluations are in accordance with international standards ISO 10723.
Highly trained and experienced staff provide fast and effective solutions to your fiscal, regulatory, contractual, safety and environmental gas measurement obligations.
Instrument performance is evaluated to;
Determine errors, bias and uncertainty of the measurement
Re-calibrate response functions (MLC's) for correcting non-linear response characteristics
Design the most appropriate calibration gas composition for your requirements
The objective of the performance evaluation is to assess the instruments's performance against the requirements of;
Repeatability of measurement
Maximum Permissible Errors (MPE)
Maximum Permissible Bias (MPB)
What are the benefits of a quantitative performance evaluation?
To improve your fiscal gas quality metering
To validate your analytical system
To reduce financial exposure from mismeasurement
To discuss performance evaluation on your quality measurement systems and process gas chromatographs and receive a free calibration and specialty gas analysis, click the 'register' button below.
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