Density Standards

Density Certified Reference Materials are for the verification of laboratory instruments used in testing petroleum and derivative products for density in accordance with methodology, but not limited to, such as ASTM D4052, IP 365 and other equivalent international methodology.

Paragon’s range of Density Certified Reference Materials includes products which are certified to and manufactured in strict accordance and compliance with ISO 17025 & ISO 17034 under our UKAS accreditation. Please refer to the “Certification” column in the table below. Paragon’s ISO 17025 / ISO 17034 Certified products are at the highest level of CRM certification and integrity and offer total test method compliant data coupled with high confidence of analyser performance.

 

Products under ISO 17034 Certification and / or Dual Certification to ISO 17025 / ISO 17034:

  • Fully certified in accordance with ISO 17034 under our accreditation by UKAS
  • Highest level of accreditation guarantee, providing the most credible data currently available worldwide
  • Low levels of uncertainty achieves maximum accuracy of data
  • All data generated exclusively by ISO 17025 accredited independent laboratories
  • Ensures good inter-laboratory correlation
  • Certified in accordance with ASTM / EN or IP test method protocol
  • Fully traceable to international standards
  • Supplied in tamper evident UN compliant security pack
  • Pack size 250mL
  • 12 months shelf life

 

Products under Round Robin * Certification:

  • Certified in accordance with ASTM / EN or IP test method protocol
  • Certified by Round Robin Method using independent test laboratories.
  • Ensures good inter-laboratory correlation
  • Supplied in tamper evident UN compliant security pack
  • Pack size 250mL
  • 12 months shelf life

* Please note that products under Round Robin Certification are not part of our UKAS accreditation.

 

For Paragon’s primary level ISO 17025 / ISO 17034 certified density standards covering a wider range of values and temperatures (15 °C to 150 °C) click here.

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