How should a non-automatic weighing instruments that fails an inspection be disqualified?
The correct method for disqualification of a non-automatic weighing machine is to use a disqualification sticker placed close to the other prescribed markings on the machine. The form of the sticker is published in the guidance to the regulations and reproduced on the NWML website NAWI Notes for guidance. The number of the notified body that conducted the conformity assessment tasks (initial verification) should remain on the machine throughout its life.
- Do non-automatic weighing instruments (NAWIs) used to Weigh Aircraft to CAA Airworthiness Requirements need Type Approval for use in the UK?
- How should a non-automatic weighing instruments that fails an inspection be disqualified?
- Can NWML grant a European Type Approval for a non-automatic weighing instruments (NAWI)?