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The Republic of Poland

The Republic of Poland became a Member State in 1925.

Representatives of the NMIs or designated institutes of the Republic of Poland (see CIPM MRA) participate in the following Consultative Committees:


Elektoralna 2, P-10
00-950 Warsaw
Tel.: + 48 22 620 02 41
Fax: + 48 22 620 83 78
Web: http://www.gum.gov.pl/
Participating in the CIPM MRA since: 14 October 1999

Signed by: Krzysztof Andrzej MORDZINSKI (then Director, GUM)
  • Central Office of Measures (GUM), Warsaw

  • Designated institute(s):
  • For temperature measurements from 13.8033 K to 273.16 K: Institute of Low Temperature and Structure Research; Instytut Niskich Temperatur i Badañ Strukturalnych (INTiBS), Wroclaw
  • For ionizing radiation: National Centre for Nuclear Research, Radioisotope Centre (POLATOM), Swierk

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  • Internationally recognized Calibration and Measurement Capabilities (CMCs)
  • Participation in key and supplementary comparisons
  • Submission of CMCs through: EURAMET.
  • The following institutes are authorized to use the CIPM MRA logo, for the fields of measurement supported by CMCs published in the KCDB:

    GUM (Poland) from 9 October 2006
    INTiBS (Poland) from 4 April 2013

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