Measurement

Nearly all measurement is inexact. But making sure your products or processes are as exact as they need to be is essential for creating quality, safe and functioning products. Standards in measurement and metrology can help you ensure consistency in both measurement instruments and manufacturing processes.

See also:

Product specification

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Metrology and measurement in general

Limits and fits

Properties of surfaces

Measuring instruments

Measurement of volume, mass, density, viscosity

Measurement of time, velocity, acceleration, angular velocity

Measurement of force, weight and pressure

Measurement of fluid flow

Acoustics and acoustic measurements

Vibrations, shock and vibration measurements

Optics and optical measurements

Key standards:

BS 350:2004
Conversion factors for units

BS 1916-1:2009
Limits and fits for engineering. Guide to limits and tolerances

BS 1134-2:1990
Assessment of surface texture. Guidance and general information

BS 939:2007
Engineers' squares (including cylindrical and block squares). Specification  
 
BS EN ISO 463:2006
Geometrical product specifications (GPS). Dimensional measuring equipment. Design and metrological characteristics of mechanical dial gauges 

BS 907:2008
Specification for dial gauges for linear measurement  
 
BS 870:2008
Specification for external micrometers  

BS 1685:2008
Bevel protractors (mechanical and optical). Requirements and test methods

BS 8888:2008
Technical product specification. Specification

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