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The conditions which must be fulfilled in order to use a measuring instrument correctly, taking account of its design, construction and purpose. NOTE: The conditions of use can refer, among other things, to the type and condition of the subject of the measurement, the value of the quantity measured, the values of the influence quantities, the conditions under which the indications are observed, etc.

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AMMETER

An instrument for measuring the magnitude of electric current flow.

HYDROMETER

An instrument for determining either the specific gravity of a liquid or the API gravity.

ANAEROBIC

A condition in which 'free' or dissolved oxygen is not present in the water.

BRIDGING

A condition of filter element loading in which contaminant spans the space between adjacent sections of a filter element, thus blocking a portion of the useful filtration.

ACID CONDITION IN SYSTEM

Condition in which refrigerant or oil in a system, is mixed with vapor and fluids that are acidic in nature.

HUNTING

Fluctuation about a mid-point due to instability, as oscillations of the needle of an instrument about the zero point.

HIGH WATER STAND

The condition at high water when there is no sensible change in the height of the water. A similar condition at low water is called LOW WATER STAND

AEROBIC

A condition in which 'free' or dissolved oxygen is present in water.

ANEMOMETER

An instrument for measuring the velocity of a fluid.

GAGE

An instrument or device for measuring, indicating or comparing a physical characteristic.
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