Weights and Measures Regulations (C.R.C., c. 1605)

Regulations are current to 2016-05-12 and last amended on 2014-08-01. Previous Versions

 When a weight that has a marked weight set out in column I of an item in a table to sections 84 to 88 is tested for in-service limits of error in relation to a local standard weight, the weight is considered to be within the in-service limits of error if its actual weight determined by the test

  • (a) is not more than its marked weight by an amount in excess of the amount set out in Column III of that item; and

  • (b) is not less than its marked weight by an amount in excess of the amount set out in Column IV of that item.

  • SOR/89-570, s. 6(F);
  • SOR/2012-28, s. 2.
  •  (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3) and sections 85 and 87, the limits of error set out in the following table apply to all weights that are multiples or submultiples of the gram, commonly called metric weights:

    TABLE

    ItemColumn IAcceptance Limits of ErrorIn-Service Limits of Error
    Column IIColumn IIIColumn IV
    Marked WeightOver Marked WeightOver Marked WeightUnder Marked Weight
    MilligramsMilligramsMilligramsMilligrams
    1100.50.40.2
    2200.60.60.3
    350110.5
    41001.51.50.8
    5200221
    6500331.5
    Grams
    71552.5
    82773.5
    9510105
    101015158
    1120202010
    1250303015
    13100505025
    14200707035
    1550010010050
    KilogramsGramsGramsGrams
    1610.200.200.10
    1720.400.400.20
    185110.50
    19101.701.700.85
    20203.503.501.80
    2150 or over0.015% of marked weight0.015% of marked weight0.0075% of marked weight
  • (2) The limits of error for weights for use in conjunction with equal-arm pan-over-beam scales are twice the limits of error set out in the table to subsection (1).

  • (3) The limits of error for weights for use as ratio weights where the ratio is in excess of 100:1 are one-half the limits of error set out in the table to subsection (1).

  • SOR/89-570, s. 6(F).
 
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