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NAVY CALIBRATION LABORATORIES
standards used by the type I Navy Standards Laboratory
(SHORE)
(NSL). Figure 4-1 is a flow chart of the traceability of
test measuring and diagnostic equipment.
Navy  calibration  laboratories  (NCLs)  obtain
TYPE I NAVY STANDARDS LABORATORY
calibration services from higher echelon laboratories.
The capabilities of these laboratories vary. Their mission
is twofold: (1) to maintain standards of measurement
The type I NSL is located at the Western Standards
within the activity, and (2) to calibrate and repair
Laboratory, Naval Air Rework Facility, North Island,
standards and to calibrate and accomplish incidental
San Diego, California. A detachment is located at the
repair on fleet and shore activity test and measuring
Naval Station, Navy Yard Annex, Washington, D.C. The
equipment.
operation of the laboratory and its detachment is under
the cognizance of the Naval Air Systems Command. The
MECHANICAL INSTRUMENT REPAIR
NSL maintains and disseminates the most accurate
AND CALIBRATION SHOPS
units of measurement within the Navy METCAL
program and obtains calibration services from and
Mechanical instrument repair and calibration shops
maintains traceability to the NIST. In performing its
(MIRCS) are located on board tenders (other than FBM),
functions, the NSL provides services for the systems
repair ships, and specified shore activities. Their
commands,
cognizant
laboratories,
and
project
function is to calibrate and repair mechanical and
managers.
electromechanical measuring devices installed aboard
TYPE II NAVY STANDARDS
ships and submarines. Standards used by MIRCs are
LABORATORIES AND REFERENCE
submitted to a higher echelon laboratory for calibration.
STANDARDS LABORATORIES
FLEET MECHANICAL CALIBRATION
LABORATORIES
Type II NSLs and reference standards laboratories
(RSLs) provide the second highest echelon of calibration
Fleet mechanical calibration laboratories (FMCLs)
services within the Navy. Type II NSLs obtain standards
are on board FBM submarine tenders to provide
calibration services from type I NSLs and calibrate
calibration services for FBM submarine mechanical, test,
standards from lower echelon laboratories. RSLs are
and measurement equipment. Standards from these
similar in capability and operation to the type II NSLs.
laboratories arc submitted to higher echelon laboratories
In addition, shipyard RSLs provide calibration support
for mechanical instrumentation.
NATIONAL
TMDE FLOW
INSTITUTE OF
STANDARDS AND
TECHNOLOGY
NAVY STANDARDS
LABORATORY
(TYPE I)
REFERENCE
STANDARDS
LABORATORIES
(SHIPYARDS & SRF'S)
MIRCS
NAVY CALIBRATION
OVERFLOW
MECHANICAL
FLEET MECHANICAL
LABORATORIES
INSTRUMENT REPAIR &
CALIBRATION
(SHORE)
CALIBRATION SHOPS
LABORATORIES
FIELD CALIBRATION
FIELD CALIBRATION
FIELD CALIBRATION
ACTIVITIES
ACTIVITIES (FCA'S)
ACTIVITIES
(SHORE)
(FLEET)
(FLEET)
SHORE TMDE
FLEET
FLEET
(INCLUDING)
TMDE
TMDE
SHIPS IN YARDS)
(NON-FBM)
(FMB)
Figure 4-1.--Test measuring and diagnostic equipment traceability flow chart.
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