Temperature Rise in Surfaces Electrical Device
(EPTIS ID 197892 / Certificate of Accreditation nº AP-2654)
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The Temperature rise in surfaces electrical device proficiency scheme consists on the determination of temperature rise on the surface of the testing item, with any accredited laboratories or in accreditation process being elegible to participate.
The participants must perform the test the test item as instructed by Qualabor, determining the temperature rise on the surface of the test item, expecting values from 20 to 40 [ºC]. The participant should proceed as in their practical routine.
Qualabor guarantees that the identity of the proficiency testing program participant is confidential and only known by the people involved into the proficiency testing program operation, unless the participant disclaims its confidentiality. Qualabor guarantees that all information given by participants is treated as confidential.
For quantitative testing Qualabor follow the following order for assigned value choice priority:
1) Robust Z' – Score with the robust average - In the area of testing there are not clear levels of quality between laboratories for the same test, this way is hard to determine a laboratory with recognition of a higher quality that is accepted by the other participants. The use of an assigned value from a group consensus is the most applicable, In this case determined by the results robust average, which does not require an independent treatment of outliers. To be able to use group consensus with minimal robustness is necessary a group with 4 or more participants. The choice of the z'-score method is due to the same being of greater acceptance by the clients and also by difficulties in calculating uncertainty of measurement by the participants, which is not sensitive to this method.
02) Normalized error with a reference value – When it is not possible to have a group with more than 3 participants the assigned value utilized will be a reference value previously validated with participants and always that exist, this value will be taken through an accredited laboratory, and in this case is given priority to the normalized error because the denominator of z' score is the program standard deviation which has low robustness because there are few participants.
The activities of Qualabor as proficiency testing provider are done with impartiality and are structured and managed to guarantee the impartiality, Qualabor also guarantee that commercial, financial and other types of pressure will not compromise Qualabor’s impartiality. This is guaranteed through the acknowledgment and agreement term, signed by Qualabor collaborators who affect the quality of proficiency testing.
Registrations should be made through the Inscription Form at the tab “Inscriptions”
As the participants minimum number is met, the PT is confirmed
The PT’s samples will be send to the participants in a sequential or simultaneous manner in accordance with the PT
June to December
* This schedule can be modified before the round confirmation for Qualabor, client or regulatory bodies’ necessity.
Investment*: 985 USD/EUR per registration.
Payment Method: Via bank transfer.
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This PT is part of Qualabor's accredited scope.
(Certificate Number: AP-2654, ANSI National Accreditation Board - USA)
Qualabor's QMS is implemented and effectively maintained according ISO/IEC 17043.
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