In-service verification of measuring systems
Scheduled verification must be carried out every two (2) years as well as whenever necessary on the liquid fuel measuring instruments that are in use. The verification is carried out by an inspection body approved by Tukes.
The inspection body has the right to receive the information required for scheduled verification from the owner, importer or manufacturer of the measuring instrument. The website maintained by WELMEC may be useful in finding out information about liquid fuel measuring systems compliant with the Measuring Instruments Directive.
A measuring instrument that has passed in-service verification has the mark shown in Figure 1, which states the time of verification.
Verification mark. In this example, the verification was performed in January 2017.
Website of the European Commission on legal metrology and pre-packaged products
The European Commission’s list on the harmonised standards of the MID
NANDO database Database of the European Commission on notified bodies
OIML International Organization of Legal Metrology
WELMEC (The body for the promotion of European cooperation in legal metrology)