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Coordination of activities in the field of testing, certification and quality management system

Heads

Head of Department Aleksandr Ivanov

Deputy Head of Department Natalia Masalskaya

 

Main activities

  • Establishment of a Standard base in the field of measuring mass (molar) fraction and mass (molar) concentration of the substance and material components in the solid and liquid phase using spectral methods, including the method of mass spectrometry with isotope dilution
  • Conduction of research in the field of metrology of atomic spectral measurements
  • Development of methodological and organizational principles of testing and certification system in the assigned measurement range

Main objectives

  • Development, implementation, improvement and maintenance of standard measuring instruments in the field of spectral measurements, nondestructive testing, laboratory medicine
  • Development of measures, standard samples for metrological support of atomic spectral measurements, optical and physical devices, measuring instruments for medical purposes (clinical diagnosis), instruments for measuring nondestructive testing
  • Conduction of R&D works on the development of methods and instruments of nondestructive testing
  • Development, certification and standardization of testing and measurement techniques by methods of atomic absorption, atomic emission, atomic fluorescence and ion spectrometry
  • Development of methods and instruments for testing medical devices, properties of materials and substances, lighting and optical products
  • Conduction of quantitative chemical analysis of spectral methods
  • Development of standards in the field of non-destructive testing
  • Testing of measuring instruments for the purpose of type approval in the assigned area
  • Certification of measuring instruments and the issuance of the certificate of type approval of measuring instruments (certificate of measuring instruments)
  • Verification and calibration of nondestructive testing instruments
  • Verification of medical devices (laboratory medicine)
  • Development, certification and standardization of testing and measurement techniques in the field of quantitative chemical analysis
  • Maintenance of the TC 371 “Non-destructive testing” office
  • Maintenance of the ITC 515 office
  • Maintenance of subcommittee SC-2 “Metals and alloys” of TC 1.8 “Physchemistry” COOMET

Department Standard base

State primary standard of units of mass (molar) fraction and mass (molar) concentration of components in the liquid and solid substances and materials on the basis of spectral methods.

GET 196-2011

The State primary standard on the basis of spectral methods provides the uniformity of measurements in the field of quantitative chemical analysis of liquid and solid substances and materials, including bioassays.

Secondary source standard (VET 162-1-2002)

Verification scheme GOST R 8.649-2008

The secondary standard of units of atomic emission radiation flow, irradiance, optical density (atomic absorption and mass concentration) of components in liquid and solid environments within the wavelength from 0.19 micrometers to 10.8 micrometers.

Delivered equipment

Set of ODO-4 diffuse reflection measures

State Register № 47321-11

The set of measures is designed to be used as a measure of the diffuse reflectance spectral ratio (DRSR) to determine the accuracy of photometric scale and verification of the wavelength scale of photometers and spectrophotometers in accordance with GOST 8.557-2007 and MI 2060-90.

Portable photoelectric gloss meters of BF5 series

State Register № 26954-09

Designed to measure the brightness of the light flux directed at paint enamel coatings and other surfaces in the visible spectrum region in compliance with the requirements of. ISO 2813.

Set of optical density measures KMOP-N

State Register № 52362-13

Designed to be used as an optical measure for verification of photometers, spectrophotometers and biochemical analyzers

LSP6-E standard spectral lamp with a hollow cathode

State Register № 34907-07

Designed for reproduction and transmission of irradiance units at the wavelengths of main resonance lines Ag, Cd, Cr, Cu, K, Li, Fe, Hg, Na, Ni, PbZn et al. in accordance with verification scheme of secondary standard VET-162-2002 . Lamps are used for calibration and verification of atomic spectral measurements.

Set of defect measures for TST eddy current flaw detector

State Register № 42594-09

The set of defect measures for TST eddy current flaw detector is used for configuration and calibration of eddy current flaw detectors (systems), as well as for determination of the measurement error of eddy current flaw detectors (systems) during verification procedures.

Set of KNS-10.2 filters

State Register № 47691-11

Used as a working standard of direct transmission spectral ratio during verification (calibration) of the photometric scale and the wavelength scale of the photometers and spectrophotometers in accordance with GOST 8.557-2007

Set of KNS-10.5 filters

State Register № 43463-09

Used as a working standard of direct transmission spectral ratio during verification (calibration) of the photometric scale and the wavelength scale of the photometers and spectrophotometers in accordance with GOST 8.557-2007

Set of NMB-569 whiteness measures

State Register № 52366-13

The set of NMB-569 model whiteness measures is designed for verification of R3-TBMS-M flour whiteness tester

Sets of NMB-535 whiteness measures

State Register № 52366-13

The set of whiteness measures is designed for verification of SKIB-M flour whiteness testers

Sets of NMP NMP-01 and NMP-02 transparent measures of color coordinates and chromacity coordinates

State Register № 49668-12

The sets of standard transparent measures of color coordinates and color chromacity of NMP, NMP-01 and NMP-02 models are designed for transmitting the size of color coordinate and color chromacity units to working measuring instruments.

Developed methods

The methods of measurement, control and determination of the substance properties and composition, including the ones used in laboratory medicine, are developed.