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CSA F326 - RESIDENTIAL MECHANICAL VENTILATION SYSTEMS - FIRST EDITION; GENERAL INSTRUCTION NO. 1: APRIL 1991 AND GENERAL INSTRUCTION NO. 2: OCTOBER 1993 Organization: CSA
Date: 1991-01-01
Description: This Standard includes provisions for equipment selection and installation, system installation, and information to be provided to the purchaser.
CRC - E9361 - CRC HANDBOOK OF ENTHALPY DATA OF POLYMER-SOLVENT SYSTEMS Organization: CRC
Date: 2006-02-21
Description: This volume contains 1770 data sets that include enthalpies of mixing and dilution for the entire concentration range as well as partial enthalpies of mixing and solution at infinite dilution. Special appendices allow scientists to access specific systems and data easily.
ASTM D8039 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR HEAT TRANSFER FLUIDS (HTF) FOR HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING (HVAC) SYSTEMS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2016-08-01
Description: When concentrates are used at up to 65 % concentration by weight in water, or when prediluted heat transfer fluids (30 % by weight minimum) are used without further dilution, they will function effectively to provide protection against freezing, and corrosion The fluids described in this specification are not appropriate for use in systems where internal combustion engines (gasoline, diesel, or CNG/LPG) are used The heat transfer fluids governed by this specification are categorized as follows by the primary base of freeze depressant used Heat transfer fluids meeting this specification shall be tested and fully comply with requirements listed in Table 1 NOTE 1—This specification is based on the knowledge of the performance of heat transfer fluids prepared from new or virgin ingredients.
API PUBL 4712 - GAS-FIRED STEAM GENERATOR - TEST REPROT SITE C: CHARACTERIZATION OF FINE PARTICULATE EMISSION FACTORS AND SPECIATION PROFILES FROM STATIONARY PETROLEUM INDUSTRY COMBUSTION SOURCES Organization: API
Date: 2001-07-01
Description: As a result of the API review, a test protocol was developed based on the dilution sampling system described in this report. The dilution sampling protocol was used to collect particulate emissions data from petroleum industry combustion sources, along with emissions data obtained from conventional sampling methods.
ISO 6353-3 - REAGENTS FOR CHEMICAL ANALYSIS - PART 3: SPECIFICATIONS - SECOND SERIES - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 1987-01-01
Description: Particular attention is drawn to ISO 6353-1, clause 4, which describes the preparation of - standard solutions (SS) at dilutions I, II and Ill; - reagent solutions (RS); - indicator solutions (IS).
ASTM D6257 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR PREDILUTED AQUEOUS PROPYLENE GLYCOL BASE ENGINE COOLANT (50 VOLUME % MINIMUM) FOR AUTOMOBILE AND LIGHT-DUTY SERVICE Organization: ASTM
Date: 1998-04-10
Description: Scope 1.1 This specification covers the requirements for a prediluted aqueous propylene glycol (50 volume % minimum) base engine coolant for use in automobiles and light-duty vehicles. When used without further dilution, this product functions effectively during both summer and winter in automotive and other light-duty engine cooling systems to provide adequate cooling system performance.
CLSI M47 - PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES FOR BLOOD CULTURES; APPROVED GUIDELINE - VOL 27; NO 17 Organization: CLSI
Date: 2007-05-01
Description: During the past 30 years, a number of studies have defined the critical factors in the recovery of pathogens from blood and the optimal laboratory methods for recovering specific pathogens, and have established the performance characteristics of blood culture systems. Despite this information, there remains a need for guidelines for the collection, processing, and interpretation of blood cultures.
ASTM D5674 - STANDARD GUIDE FOR OPERATION OF A GAGING STATION Organization: ASTM
Date: 1995-02-15
Description: Continuous streamflow information is necessary for understanding the amount and variability of water for many uses, including water supply, waste dilution, irrigation, hydropower, and reservoir design.
ASHRAE - IJHVAC 13-5 - HVAC&R RESEARCH AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEATING, VENTILATING, AIR-CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATING RESEARCH - VOLUME 13, NUMBER 5 Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2007-09-01
Description: Typically, one would place s sensor at the air exhaust in an airliner cabin because the current air distribution system creates a missing condition. The obtained measurement information, while useful, may be difficult to use to find contaminant sources, however (Zhang and Chen 2007a).
ASTM D4656 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR PREDILUTED AQUEOUS ETHYLENE GLYCOL BASE ENGINE COOLANT (50 VOLUME % MINIMUM) FOR AUTOMOBILES AND LIGHT-DUTY SERVICE Organization: ASTM
Date: 1998-04-10
Description: Scope 1.1 This specification covers the requirements for a prediluted aqueous ethylene glycol (50 volume % minimum) base engine coolant for use in automobiles and light duty vehicles. When used without further dilution, this product functions effectively during both summer and winter in automotive and other light-duty engine cooling systems to provide adequate cooling system performance.
ASTM D7517 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR FULLY-FORMULATED 1,3 PROPANEDIOL (PDO) BASE ENGINE COOLANT FOR HEAVY-DUTY ENGINES Organization: ASTM
Date: 2009-04-01
Description: When concentrates are used at 40 to 60 % PDO concentration by volume in water of suitable quality, (see Appendix X1), or when prediluted PDO base engine coolants (50 volume % minimum) are used without further dilution, they will function effectively during both winter and summer to provide protection against corrosion, cavitation, freezing, and boiling.
ASTM D5345 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR PREDILUTED AQUEOUS ETHYLENE GLYCOL BASE LOW-SILICATE ENGINE COOLANT (50 VOLUME PERCENT MINIMUM) FOR HEAVY-DUTY ENGINES REQUIRING AN INITIAL CHARGE OF SUPPLEMENTAL COOLANT ADDITIVE (SCA) Organization: ASTM
Date: 1998-10-10
Description: Scope 1.1 This specification covers the requirements for a prediluted aqueous ethylene glycol base low-silicate engine coolant (50 volume percent minimum) for cooling systems of heavy-duty engines. When used without further dilution, this product will function effectively during both summer and winter to provide protection from corrosion, freezing at least to − 36.7°C (−34.0°F), and boiling at least to 108°C (226°F).
ASTM D5752 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR SUPPLEMENTAL COOLANT ADDITIVES (SCAS) FOR USE IN PRECHARGING COOLANTS FOR HEAVY-DUTY ENGINES Organization: ASTM
Date: 2010-04-01
Description: NOTE 1—After precharging, SCAs are customarily used periodically to service cooling systems at 1⁄4 to 1⁄3 the precharged dosage to compensate for additives lost through dilution and depletion.
NACE RP0391 - MATERIALS FOR THE HANDLING AND STORAGE OF COMMERCIAL CONCENTRATED (90 TO 100%) SULFURIC ACID AT AMBIENT TEMPERATURES - ITEM NO:21050 Organization: NACE
Date: 2001-01-01
Description: For completeness, this standard includes Appendix A, containing a listing of all alloys mentioned in this standard, and Appendix B, which gives guidance on applicable materials for a sulfuric acid dilution system. Concentrated sulfuric acid is a colorless, odorless, syrupy liquid whose oily appearance suggested the name oleum (Latin for oil) to early chemists.
NACE SP0391 - MATERIALS FOR THE HANDLING AND STORAGE OF COMMERCIAL CONCENTRATED (90 TO 100%) SULFURIC ACID AT AMBIENT TEMPERATURES - ITEM NO:21050 Organization: NACE
Date: 2001-01-01
Description:   For completeness, this standard includes Appendix A (nonmandatory), which contains a listing of all alloys mentioned in this standard, and Appendix B (nonmandatory), which gives guidance on applicable materials for a sulfuric acid dilution system.  Concentrated sulfuric acid is a colorless, odorless, syrupy liquid whose oily appearance suggested the name oleum (Latin for oil) to early chemists.(1) Today, the term “oleum” is used only for sulfuric acid containing free sulfur trioxide.
ASTM D7714 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR GLYCERIN BASE ENGINE COOLANT FOR AUTOMOBILE AND LIGHT- DUTY SERVICE Organization: ASTM
Date: 2011-10-01
Description: When concentrates are used at 50 to 60 % concentration by volume in water, or when prediluted glycerin base engine coolants (50 volume % minimum) are used without further dilution, they will function effectively to provide protection against freezing, boiling, and corrosion.
API PUBL 931 C21 - MANUAL ON DISPOSAL OF REFINERY WASTES VOLUME ON LIQUID WASTES - CHAPTER 21 HANDLING STORMWATER RUNOFF Organization: API
Date: 1975-01-01
Description: Since the volume of runoff during storms very often dwarfs the volume of process wastewater that must be treated, selection of a system for handling runoff can have an important bearing on the cost of the wastewater treatment plant based on hydraulic capacity alone. Dilution of process water by clean storm water can also be a disadvantage for less obvious reasons.
ASTM D7518 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR 1,3 PROPANEDIOL (PDO) BASE ENGINE COOLANT FOR AUTOMOBILE AND LIGHT-DUTY SERVICE Organization: ASTM
Date: 2010-04-01
Description: When concentrates are used at 40 to 70 % concentration by volume in water, or when prediluted glycol base engine coolants (50 volume % minimum) are used without further dilution, they will function effectively to provide protection against freezing, boiling, and corrosion.
ASTM D6471 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR RECYCLED PREDILUTED AQUEOUS GLYCOL BASE ENGINE COOLANT (50 VOLUME % MINIMUM) FOR AUTOMOBILE AND LIGHT-DUTY SERVICE Organization: ASTM
Date: 2010-04-01
Description: It also specifies the chemical, physical, and performance requirements for the recycled prediluted aqueous glycol base engine coolant that is produced from that procedure. When used without further dilution, this product functions effectively during both winter and summer.
ASTM D6211 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR FULLY-FORMULATED PROPYLENE GLYCOL-BASE ENGINE COOLANT FOR HEAVY-DUTY ENGINES Organization: ASTM
Date: 1998-04-10
Description: When concentrates are used at 40 to 60 % propylene-glycol concentration by volume in water of suitable quality (see Appendix X1), or when prediluted aqueous propylene-glycol-base engine coolants (50 volume % minimum) are used without further dilution, it will function effectively during both winter and summer to provide protection against corrosion, cavitation, freezing, and boiling.

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