Rules On The State Metrological Control Of Measuring Instruments Subject List

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par valsts metroloģiskajai kontrolei pakļauto mērīšanas līdzekļu sarakstu

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 40 in Riga in 2007 (January 9. § 5 No. 3) rules on the state metrological control of measuring instruments subject to list Issued in accordance with the law "on a uniformity of measurements" 8. the second paragraph of article 1 the provisions establishing the state metrological control of measuring the subject feature list and the periodicity of verification (annex).
2. the results of the verification are valid until their expiry date according to the regulations in the Act (in force measuring instrument to be adopted at the time of verif) on the subject of state metrological control of measuring instruments for verification of a specific list of recurrence.
3. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of Ministers of 5 September 2006, Regulation No 732 "state metrological control of measuring the subject means fo list" (Latvian journal, 2006, 144. no).
Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 June 1998, Directive 98/34/EC laying down a procedure for the provision of information in the field of technical standards and regulations;
2) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 July 1998 Directive 98/48/EC, amending Directive 98/34/EC laying down a procedure for the provision of information in the field of technical standards and regulations.
Prime Minister a. Halloween economic Minister j. Malcolm Editorial Note: the entry into force of the provisions by January 12, 2007.
   
Annex to the Cabinet of Ministers on 9 January 2007, regulations No 40 to the state metrological control of measuring instruments subject to list no PO box
The name of the measuring means Verification of recurrence (not less than) 1.
Geometric size measuring and motion features: 1.1.
length, area, and the multidimensional features of measuring 1.2 once a year.
face and tape measures to counterbalance the liquid level measurement in tanks once a year to 1.3.
meters, rulers and tape measures every 2 years 1.4.
taxi meters annually 1.5.
vehicle speed control equipment once a year 1.6.
the technical means (photographic equipment and video equipment), which are intended for fixation of the infringement without stopping the vehicle once a year 2.
Measuring mass: 2.1.
non-automatic weighing instrument (I and II class) every 2 years 2.2.
non-automatic weighing instrument (class III and IIII) 2.3 once a year.
an automatic weighing instrument every 2 years, 2.4.
weights every 2 years 3.
Pressure: 3.1.
pressure gauges annually 3.2.
sphygmomanometers once a year 4.
Liquid and gas consumption and volume measuring tools: 4.1.
measuring system for liquids other than water annually 4.2.
gas consumption meters (municipal) every 15 years 4.3.
gas consumption meters (industrial) and proofreaders time 8 years 4.4.
water consumption meters every 4 years 4.5.
a measuring cup to measure the quantity of drinks time after production 4.6.
metal measuring cup for measuring the quantities of petroleum products for every 5 years 5.
Density measurement features: 5.1.
glass determinations for alcohol after making 5.2.
determinations in glass oil products after manufacturing 6.
Measuring physico-chemical features: 6.1.
rely on 2 times a year in 6.2.
exhaust gas analysers once a year 7.
Heat meter every 2 years 8.
The size of electrical and electromagnetic measurement features: 8.1.
single phase induction type energy meters once in 16 years, 8.2.
single-phase electronic energy meters to once every 12 years, 8.3.
three phase induction type energy meters once in 16 years, 8.4.
three phase electronic energy meter once every 12 years, 8.5.
strāvmaiņ, spriegummaiņ, once every 12 years 9.
Electronic communications services for the supply of the necessary time tracking device every 2 years, economic Minister j. Malcolm