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Standard ID JJF 1097-2003 (JJF1097-2003)
Description (Translated English) Calibration Specification for Straight Edges
Sector / Industry Metrology & Measurement Industry Standard
Classification of Chinese Standard A52
Word Count Estimation 16,125
Date of Issue 2003-03-05
Date of Implementation 2003-09-01
Older Standard (superseded by this standard) JJG 116-1983
Quoted Standard JJF 1001-1998; JJF 1059-1999; JB/T 7977-1999; JB/T 7978-1999
Drafting Organization Beijing Institute of Measurement Science
Administrative Organization National Engineering geometric parameters measured Technical Committee
Issuing agency(ies) State Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine
Summary This standard applies to iron, steel and rock square feet of calibration.

JJF 1097-2003
Calibration Specification for Straight Edges
National Metrology Technical Specification of the People's Republic
Flat rule calibration specification
Released on.2003-03-05
2003-09-01 implementation
The General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine issued
Flat rule calibration specification
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Replace JJG116-1983
This specification was approved by the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine on March 5,.2003, and
Implemented on September 1,.2003.
Focal Point. National Geometric Quantity Engineering Measurement Technology Committee
Main drafting unit. Beijing Institute of Metrology
This specification is interpreted by the focal point
The main drafters of this specification.
Ma Guiru (Beijing Institute of Metrology)
Liu Zhenfu (Beijing Institute of Metrology)
table of Contents
1 range (1)
2 Citations (1)
3 Overview (1)
4 Measurement characteristics (2)
4.1 Working surface roughness (2)
4.2 Flatness of the flat side to the working surface (2)
4.3 Cast iron flat working surface contact spots (3)
4.4 Working plane straightness (3)
4.5 Parallelism between upper working surface and lower working surface (or supporting surface) (4)
5 Calibration conditions (4)
5.1 Environmental conditions (4)
5.2 Calibration Measuring Instruments (5)
6 Calibration items and calibration methods (5)
6.1 Surface roughness (5)
6.2 The verticality of the side to the working surface (5)
6.3 Cast iron flat working surface contact point area ratio and number of contact points (5)
6.4 Straightness of working face (6)
6.5 Parallelism between upper working surface and lower working surface (or supporting surface) (7)
7 Processing of calibration results (7)
8 re-study interval (7)
Appendix A Example of Measurement Uncertainty Analysis of Flat Rule Straightness Calibration Results (8)
Appendix B Calibration Certificate Contents (11)
Flat rule calibration specification
1 Scope
This specification applies to the calibration of cast iron, steel and rock flat feet.
2 Citations
This specification refers to the following documents.
JJF 1001-1998 General measurement terms and definitions
JJF 1059-1999 Measurement Uncertainty Evaluation and Representation
JB/T 7977-1999 cast iron flat ruler
JB/T 7978-1999 steel ruler and rock flat ruler
Use of this specification should take care to use the current valid version of the above literature.
3 Overview
A flat ruler is a gage that has a flat working surface and is used to measure the straightness and flatness of the surface of the workpiece. Flatness accuracy, etc.
The levels are 00, 0, 1, and 2.
Flat structure.
The cast iron flat rule structure is shown in Figure 1;
Figure 1 Cast iron flat rule structure diagram
The structural forms of steel flat feet and rock flat feet are shown in Figures 2 and 3.
Note. As a calibration, if it is not qualified or not, if the accuracy level is to be determined, the corresponding requirements must be met.