National Institute of Metrology (Thailand) (NIMT), Ministry of Higher Education Science Research and Innovation (MHESI) moves forward to send experts in Non-contact Infrared Thermometer calibration to strongly enhance trust with measuring instrument usage at the screening units where supports a proactive testing.
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak in Pathum Thani provincial area, NIMT cooperates with Rangsit city municipality and Muang Pathum Thani Municipality by sending a team of expert metrologists in non-contact infrared thermometer to various official organizations over those areas for building the COVID-19 screening standards. It is a public-serviced conduct as a free of charge activity under the project of non-contact infrared thermometer calibration services for the medical service centers and public service units.
In this regard, on March 23, 2021, Director of NIMT Ms.Ajchara Charoensook, Deputy Director of NIMT Mr.Anusorn Tonmueanwai, together with a team of metrologists handed over the certified thermometers to Rangsit City Municipal Clerk Mr.Somchai Siwarom and Muang Pathum Thani Deputy Municipal Clerk Mr.Athiwat Taweechokworapat in order to distribute the thermometers to every polling units of the member of the municipal council and mayor in the areas, that the municipal council elections will be held nationwide on March 28, 2021. The standards and certified thermometers raise voter’s confidence and assist to screen people who comes to vote at a polling station.
The medical service centers and public service units who are interested into our project, please join us without any charge at NIMT. For further information, call to 0 2577 5100 ext. 2309 (Mr.Suwattana) or visit here, http://www.nimt.or.th/main/?p=35114
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