Abu Dhabi-UAE: 8 January, 2018 – Abu Dhabi Quality and Conformity Council (QCC), the entity responsible for developing quality infrastructure in the emirate of Abu Dhabi, has completed the verification of all fuel meters used at ADNOC Distribution service stations across the emirate of Abu Dhabi.
The Council confirmed that 99 per cent of the fuel meters used at 178 service stations in the emirate are compliant with the relevant quality standards and specifications. Following the inspection, ADNOC Distribution carried out adjustments on the remaining one per cent of the meters to ensure their complete accuracy.
Sultan Al Mehairi, Director of Information Service and Engagement at QCC, said: 'Our latest move to verify the fuel meters used at ADNOC Distribution service stations in Abu Dhabi aligns with our objective of promoting highest quality standards in all commercial transactions. In addition to ensuring a safe and fair marketplace for all, such efforts protect the interests of both consumers and service providers and position the emirate as a leading hub for product and service quality and conformity '.
Al Mehairi added: “At QCC, we carry out regular inspections on all service stations run by ADNOC Distribution in Abu Dhabi to enhance consumer confidence in the accuracy of fuel meters and increase the awareness of motorists. We urge motorists to look for the ‘Verified' seal on fuel dispensers before fueling their vehicles.
“It is indeed commendable that 99 percent of the fuel meters used at ADNOC Distribution service stations comply with the highest mandatory standards. It indicates the company's commitment to ensuring the accurate reading of all fuel meters in line with the applicable technical specifications.”
All fuel meters at ADNOC Distribution service stations in Abu Dhabi are verified annually to ensure the consistent accuracy of the readings in compliance with the requirements of the UAE's legislations and specifications. QCC uses volumetric test measures and international calibration methods to ensure the conformity of meters to set standards. The verification process is carried out under the supervision of a team of QCC inspectors who evaluate the accuracy and complete flawlessness of fuel meter measurements.
The Abu Dhabi Quality and Conformity Council was established in 2009 to raise the quality of the emirate's exports and locally traded products while protecting the interests of consumers and supporting the UAE's competitive economy. QCC empowers regulators to establish and implement product safety, legal metrology and conformity schemes. The Council also sets guidelines and benchmarks to verify that products manufactured and traded in Abu Dhabi conform to the highest quality standards.