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The term "monitoring" in the context of bulk sampling often refers to various aspects:

  1. Quality control: Monitoring is an essential part of quality assurance. Through regular sampling and analysis, manufacturers can control the quality of their products and ensure that they meet specifications and standards. You can also identify and correct variations in the production process.
  2. Environmental monitoring: Sampling and analysis of bulk materials can also be important for environmental monitoring. Especially for bulk materials containing potentially harmful substances, monitoring can help identify and manage environmental impacts.
  3. Safety monitoring: The safety of employees can be ensured by monitoring sampling and related processes. This may include monitoring exposure to potentially hazardous substances and compliance with safety procedures.
  4. Compliance monitoring: Adherence to industry standards and regulatory requirements can be ensured through regular sampling and monitoring. Especially in regulated industries, monitoring can help ensure that all processes and products comply with applicable requirements.

Overall, monitoring in bulk sampling is used to ensure quality, safety and compliance and to manage potential environmental impacts. By collecting and analyzing data over a period of time, monitoring enables a better understanding and management of the processes and products.