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Lyndon Diong
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From:Ipoh, Parak, Malaysia

posted 13 December 1998 09:27 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Lyndon Diong   Click Here to Email Lyndon Diong     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
What is defined as a laboratory? We do titration in a lab to the find the acidity of a chemical. Does this mean that 4.10.6 applies? We can easily perform the titration outside a lab too.
We calibrate thermometers using the comparison method. A std thermocouple and the thermocouple for calibration are both used to measure the heater block temp. The results are compared. This is done at room temp and humidity. Is this acceptable?

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Ganesh Chidambarakrishnan
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posted 15 December 1998 01:35 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Ganesh Chidambarakrishnan   Click Here to Email Ganesh Chidambarakrishnan     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Laboratory is not a place bound by four walls, but a place where testing is performed. If titration is performed outside the four walls of the place called "laboratory", the place where titration is doen becomes the laboratory as per QS9000 definition.

Calibrating a thermocouple or thermometer using a standard thermocouple is acceptable, as long as "traceability to national or international standards" is maintained. Necessary systems to ensure that the said calibration is done corretcly must be documented.


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Dan Indish
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posted 04 January 1999 11:49 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Dan Indish     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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