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In the CMCs uncertainty statements, the notation Q[a, b] stands for the root-sum-square of the terms between brackets: Q[a, b] = [a2 + b2]1/2
 
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Georgia, GEOSTM (Georgian National Agency for Standards and Metrology)
Complete CMCs in Thermometry for Georgia (.PDF file)
Temperature. Industrial platinum resistance thermometer, 0 °C
Absolute expanded uncertainty (k = 2, level of confidence 95%) in mK: 10
Calibration at ice melting point
Thermostat
Hysteresis uncertainty for IPRT must be added to uncertainty quoted in calibration report
Approved on 14 March 2014
Internal NMI service identifier: GEOSTM/5
 
Temperature. Long-stem standard platinum resistance thermometer, 0.01 °C
Absolute expanded uncertainty (k = 2, level of confidence 95%) in mK: 0.3
Calibration at water triple fixed point
Thermostat: ice bath
Approved on 14 March 2014
Internal NMI service identifier: GEOSTM/3
 
Temperature. Long-stem standard platinum resistance thermometer, 231.928 °C
Absolute expanded uncertainty (k = 2, level of confidence 95%) in mK: 3.5
Calibration at tin fixed point
Temperature-controlled furnace: 3-zone
Approved on 14 March 2014
Internal NMI service identifier: GEOSTM/4
 
Temperature. Mercury-in-glass partial immersion 0.1 °C graduation, 0 °C
Absolute expanded uncertainty (k = 2, level of confidence 95%) in °C: 0.05
Ice melting point
Thermostat: ice bath
Approved on 14 March 2014
Internal NMI service identifier: GEOSTM/8
 
Temperature. Mercury-in-glass partial immersion 0.2 °C graduation, 0 °C
Absolute expanded uncertainty (k = 2, level of confidence 95%) in °C: 0.07
Ice melting point
Thermostat: ice bath
Approved on 14 March 2014
Internal NMI service identifier: GEOSTM/9
 
Temperature. Mercury-in-glass total immersion 0.1 °C graduation, 0 °C
Absolute expanded uncertainty (k = 2, level of confidence 95%) in °C: 0.05
Ice melting point
Thermostat: ice bath
Approved on 14 March 2014
Internal NMI service identifier: GEOSTM/6


 
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