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Q-MAX filters comply with British standard BS3944

Q-MAX filters are approved to British standard BS3944.

The British standard BS3944 was drafted by Cinematography and Photography Standards Policy Committee (CPM/-) and handed over to the technical committee CPM/3 that at the time of standardisation consisted of the following members:

  • Association of British Theatre Technicians
  • Association of Manufacturers Allied to the Electrical and Electronic Industry (BEAMA ltd.)
  • British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
  • British Film Institute
  • British Kinematograph, Sound and Television Society
  • Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers
  • Chief and Assistant Chief Fire Officers’ Association
  • Cinema Exhibitors’ Association
  • Defence Manufacturers’ Association
  • Electrical Installation Equipment Manufacturers’ Association (BEAMA Ltd.)
  • Electrical, Electronic, Telecommunications and Plumbing Union
  • Home Office
  • ITV Association
  • Lighting Industry Federation Ltd.
  • National Association of Theatrical, Television and Kine Employees
  • National Radiological Protection Board
  • Royal Photographic Society
  • Society of Television Lighting Directors

The final standard has been issued in 1965 with major changes in 1992 and is since then unchanged valid.

The Q-MAX BS3944 certificate can be downloaded as PDF file for Acrobat Reader here. File size is 1.12 megabytes.

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