CALIBRATION OF MEASUREMENT STANDARDS AND MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
Calibration is a set of operations that establish, under specified conditions, the relationship between values of quantities indicated by a measuring instrument or measuring system, or values represented by a material measure or a reference material, and the corresponding values realised by standards.
The Directorate of Measures and Precious Metals, as a competent state organ ensuring traceability of measurement results in Serbia, calibrates measurement standards and measuring instruments in order to disseminate the value of a unit of the physical quantity the level of measurement uncertainty of which shall be as low as possible. Depending on the size of the network of accredited calibration laboratories there will be a different level of measuring means covered by calibration in some of the DMDM laboratories. Where there are no accredited calibration laboratories for specific types of measuring instruments, relevant DMDM laboratories shall calibrate those types of measuring instruments.
Since calibration can include determination of other metrological performance such as effect of the influence quantities, interested clients should, when addressing the Directorate, clearly specify desirable final result of calibration. In addition to a form that needs to be completed, the best option for a DMDM client is to directly address a metrologist in charge in order to get a complete insight into calibration capabilities and the most adequate manner of performing calibration. In addition to standard services that the DMDM laboratories provide to their clients, it will be possible to reach an agreement as regards special calibration requirements.
A proof confirming that the administrative fee was paid shall be submitted together with the application for calibration.
Calibration administrative fee
Payee: Republic of Serbia
Purpose of the payment: administrative fee
380 RSD + [380 RSD x (certificate number)]Account number: 840-742221843-57
Model number: 97
Sort code: 44-018 (for Belgrade)