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Training in the field of metrology of temperature

Within the program IPA 2011: Development of quality infrastructure and metrology in Montenegro, new equipment for the calibration of contact thermometers in the temperature range from 650 ° C to 1500 ° C, the air calibration sensor and sensors for humidity, as well as equipment for performing calibration in the field was delivered to the Laboratory for Temperature of the Bureau of Metrology in June 2014.

In the period from October 26 to October 30, 2014, within the same program a training for staff of the Laboratory for Temperature, was organized, in order to instruct the staff how to work with the equipment. The training was given by Prof. Dr. Jovan Bojkovski from Slovenia.

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Training in the field of Control of precious metals articles

Within the project IPA 2011: Development of quality infrastructure and metrology in Montenegro, the Bureau of Metrology received the equipment XRF spectrometer M1 Mistral. On the occasion of the new equipment received, an additional training for the practical application of the device in the field of control of articles of precious metals, was organized. The training was held at the factory Bruker, Berlin.

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Preparation of the laboratory for Electrical Quantities

Under IPA 2011: Development of quality infrastructure and metrology in Montenegro for employees in the Laboratory for electrical quantities held training for 15 days. The training was attended by staff from the Institute of Metrology Milan Perovic and Rabina Šabotić.

Training was held by an expert in the field of electricity and magnetism, Luk Erare, from the National Metrology Institute of France (LNE). The aim of the training was to prepare laboratories for electrical quantities for accreditation in accordance with standard EN ISO / IEC 17025: 2011.

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