The Reference Materials detailed in the MBH catalogue have been categorised according to the definitions given in ISO Guide 30 – 1992. There are 2 categories – Reference Materials and Certified Reference Materials. The definitions for these are given within the introduction to the MBH catalogue.
In the case of materials prepared and certified by MBH these have been classified as Certified Reference Materials when the analysis has been carried out by several laboratories which have been nationally accredited, e.g. in the UK by UKAS.
In addition to Reference Materials and Certified Reference Materials there are samples categorised as Setting Up Samples which have been prepared to meet the daily requirements of laboratories using direct reading spectrometers. These materials are not certified but supplied with a Data Sheet and are used for daily calibration checks.
For more information or a copy of our printed catalogue, use our online enquiry form.
The MBH Own Product catalogue is a recent addition to our catalogues and lists only those materials exclusively manufactured by or for MBH Analytical Ltd. These materials are also found listed within the main catalogue but this Own Products catalogue will have the most up to date information and is regularly re-issued.
MBH own labelled aqueous solutions and oil based standards produced for us by VHG labs, together with the CONOSTAN range of organo-metallic standards are now detailed in our Liquids catalogue. Also listed in this new catalogue are the Meinhard glassware, peristaltic pump tubing and viscometer tubes and standards. This catalogue is available by clicking the button above or a printed version can be mailed upon request if you prefer.
This is our full catalogue detailing a wide range of certified reference materials from many different producers around the world and including the MBH materials. The catalogue lists over 5000 reference materials under the following headings;
Metal Discs and Blocks
Metal Chippings and Powders
Setting Up Samples
Also available from MBH: