International Instrumentation Evaluation Agreement Group (IIEAG)
1 Dec 1982, as International Instrument Users' Associations (SIREP-WIB-EXERA). Original acronym is still often used. Ceased to exist when Users' Association of Measurement, Regulation and Automation Equipments (EXERA), Evaluation International (EI) and International Instrument Users' Association - WIB resigned as an Agreement Group of European Organisation for Conformity Assessment (EOTC).
Encourage improvement in the quality of instrumentation and control equipment for use in industry.Available with paid subscription only.
Constituent organizations sponsor, plan and organize instrument evaluation programmes and undertake independent evaluations of the performance of commercially-available instrumentation and control equipment, including evaluations directly for instrument manufacturers. Undertakes evaluations by accredited independent laboratories with respect to manufacturers' performance specifications and to relevant national and international standards. Produces instrument surveys and selection guides.
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