MetSolv Pty Ltd


MetSolv Metering Solutions & Validation

Accreditation No.


Site No.


Date of Accreditation

02 Jun 2017


10H Technology Office Park, 107 Miles Platting Road
Eight Mile Plains, QLD 4113


Mr Mark Johnson P: +61 1300306729


Type A Inspection Body

Scope of Accreditation

MetSolv Metering Solutions & Validation

ISO/IEC 17020 (2012)

Infrastructure and Asset Integrity

Service Product Determinant Procedure Limitations
Metering systems - Inspection Hydrocarbon fluid metering systems; Water metering systems Audit; Spot audit; Verification

Covering standards, codes and specifications addressing the service using in house procedures drawing upon methods outlined in:
American Gas Association reports 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11;
ISO 4064, ISO 5167 (all parts), ISO 5168, ISO 6974, ISO 6976, ISO 9951, ISO 12213, ISO 17089, ISO 10790;
BS 7965;
GPA 2145, 2172
API MPMS - American Petroleum Institute, Manual of Petroleum Measurement Standards,
ASTM specifications D1945
ANSI report B109.3
AS 3565, AS 4747
JCGM 100

Limited to single phase flow hydrocarbons and water for both duty and master meter systems for compliance with regulations and sales agreements 

Excluding assessment of manufacturing, testing and sealing of new and repaired meters


Periodic assessment, verification and spot audit of metering systems including -
- Metering records and log books;
- Procedures;
- Personnel;
- Metering monitoring systems;
- Meters, transmitters and associated computers;
- Flow calculations;
- Valve operation and integrity;
- Gas chromatograph balancing and performance (repeatability, reproducibility and linearity);
- Density measurement;
- Sample probes;
- Diagnostic and troubleshooting.
Considering parameters of:
Installation, temperature, pressure, flow, composition, density

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