TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory has launched the UK’s first traceable hydrogen flow calibration facility for domestic gas meters.The new facility will help meter manufacturers determine if existing meter stock, and new technologies under development, are correctly measuring hydrogen flow rates. This is a crucial step to ensure that hydrogen gas meters deployed onto the market in the future will deliver accurate measurements for customer billing and taxation purposes.
The IMEKO XXIII World congress (IMEKO2021) will be held August 30 - September 3, 2021, co-organised by the Science Council of Japan (SCJ) and The Society of Instrument and Control Engineers (SICE). IMEKO2021 will be held as the first online virtual conference for IMEKO to ensure the safety of participants, chairpersons, authors, conference delegates, sponsors and exhibitors.
EURAMET welcomes the Commission’s publication of its proposal for a European Partnership on Metrology under Horizon Europe.
A new marketing resource has now been launched on the membership area on the BMTA website. Here, you can find BMTA marketing collateral to promote your BMTA membership via your website, email signatures, letterheads, marketing literature and social media.
Wednesday 14 April 2021 |12.30pm - 1.30pm
The new Trade and Cooperation Agreement resulting from the UK leaving the European Union means you need to address new administrative demands wherever you are based in the world.
BSI has been informed by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) that it is an Approved Body (0086) for the UKCA marking. This new marking is required for placing relevant regulated products on the market in England, Scotland and Wales from 1 January 2021.
The ILAC and IAF have announced the appointment of Dr.-Ing. Thomas Facklam Unternehmensberatung as the preferred contractor for the IAF-ILAC Single Organisation Project. Dr. Ing. Facklam is well known having been Chairman of IAF, a member of the EA Executive Committee, Chief Executive of DAkks.
In October HMRC issued Brief 15. This reaffirms the liability of VAT and Duty on goods moved temporarily to a non-owner for processing. For the test and measurement industry, this may mean you are unable to claim back VAT and will be liable for Duty if customers send goods to you for ‘repair’. Repair would include maintenance, testing and calibration.