BS ISO 10012-2:1997 - Quality assurance for measuring equipment. Guidelines for control of measuring processes

BS ISO 10012-2:1997

Quality assurance for measuring equipment. Guidelines for control of measuring processes

Status : Withdrawn, Revised   Published : December 1997 Replaced By : BS EN ISO 10012:2003

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Standard NumberBS ISO 10012-2:1997
TitleQuality assurance for measuring equipment. Guidelines for control of measuring processes
StatusWithdrawn, Revised
Publication Date15 December 1997
Withdrawn Date16 April 2003
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
Replaced ByBS EN ISO 10012:2003
ReplacesBS 5781-2:1981
International RelationshipsISO 10012-2:1997
Draft Superseded By93/408219 DC
DescriptorsMeasurement, Measuring instruments, Quality assurance, Quality control, Process control, Definitions, Documents, Data analysis, Verification, Records (documents), Measurement characteristics, Standard measures, Control charts, Systems analysis
ICS03.120.10
17.020
Title in FrenchAssurance de la qualite des equipements de mesure. Lignes directrices pour la maitrise des processus de mesure
Title in GermanQualitaetssicherung/QM-Darlegung fuer Messmittel. Leitfaden fuer die Lenkung von Messprozessen
CommitteeQS/1
ISBN0 580 28082 9
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages22
File Size457.5 KB
Price£130.00


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