KELTON recognises the value of auditing the various stages of development, design, installation, commissioning and operation of measurement and allocation systems. Identifying present and potential problems is crucial, in many cases saving costs and will encompass the following:
This is probably the most critical stage in the life of a measurement and allocation system as here the system definition is established. A KELTON audit ensures the system proposed is practical and cost effective while meeting statutory and operator requirements.
At this stage a KELTON audit will encompass a review of the design documentation including:
Following the installation of the system and set up of the instrumentation a KELTON audit will ensure that:
Ideally this audit would be carried out within three months of commissioning and would ensure that:
This audit covers the routine requirement to ensure that the system operation, calibration and maintenance is in compliance with:
The management audit will include the downstream areas that can aﬀect the system:
In many cases the production is being allocated from a number of measurement points and the dependence of each measurement is critical to the overall allocation. An audit which would encompass all the various inputs identiﬁes:
As a United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) accredited inspection body, KELTON will fully assess your measurement system and can issue a measurement compliance certiﬁcate in line with ISO/IEC 17020:2012 Conformity Assessment upon successful audit completion.
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