Registration for the EN 13725 Interlaboratory Comparison ILC2016 is now open

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ilc 2016 olfasense   The Interlaboratory Comparison for Olfactometry (ILC) based on EN 13725:2003 has been announced for 2016 and the company Olfasense is behind the organization. The proficiency tests allow laboratories to demonstrate compliance with its performace requirements and compare the performance of their laboratory internationally.

   This proficiency test allows laboratories to demonstrate compliance with its performace requirements and compare the performance of their laboratory internationally. The participation in Proficiency Testing (PT) for laboratories accredited to ISO17025 is not facultative. In addition, it is a nice exercise to have more information about the performance of your lab.

Diagnostic Study of Odors in Industrial Processes and Wastewater Treatment by Combining: Olfactometry - Dynamic Simulation - Analysis of Compounds

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sesion06 calzada05   Many industries generate strong odors emissions throughout the production process. The subjective nature of odor, together with the difficulties in their diagnosis and search for appropriate solutions, make this study becomes an effective tool for success. The experience is based on the association of three evaluation criteria applied simultaneously: olfactometric criterion for "identification of the nuisance", dynamic simulation criteria for "visualization of behavior in space" and structural analysis criteria for a "better elimination of causal compounds."

M. Calzada 1*, E. Campos 1, D. Zarzo 1, P. Terrero 1, E. Ortiz 2, J.A. Garcia 3, B. Calderón 3, A. Fullana 3 and D. Prats 3

1. SADYT. Molina de Segura, 8. 30007. Murcia.
2. KHAlacant Innova. Carretera de Alicante, Km 4. 03690. San Vicente del Raspeig.
3. Instituto del Agua y de las Ciencias Medioambientales. Universidad de Alicante. San Vicente del Raspeig. 03690. Alicante.
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Quality Control of Olfactometers in Accordance with UNE-EN 13725

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sesion02 atienza04   Olfactometers and equipment of dilution used in odour laboratories must be calibrated regularly. It is one of the quality requirements of the UNE-EN 13725 standard.

   In this way, Calygas plays an important role as calibration laboratory accredited to the UNE-EN ISO/IEC 17025 standard.

E. Antolínez 1 and C. Atienza 2

Calibración de analizadores de gas, S.L. (www.calygas.com)
Avd. Puente Real, 46; 28791 Soto del Real (Madrid)
Teléfonos: 91 847 88 76 / 91 868 33 45
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