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SAC - GB/T 8538.6-87 - METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF TURBIDITY IN DRINKING NATURAL MINERAL WATER Organization: SAC
Date: 1987-12-29
GOST R 57164 - RUSSIAN LANGUAGE - DRINKING WATER. METHODS FOR DETERMINATION OF ODOUR, TASTE AND TURBIDITY Organization: GOST
GOST 3351 - DRINKING WATER. METHODS FOR DETERMINATION OF ODOUR, TASTE, COLOUR AND TURBIDITY - INCORPORATING AMENDMENT 1: 02/1985 Organization: GOST
Date: 1974-01-01
DS/EN ISO 7027 - WATER QUALITY – DETERMINATION OF TURBIDITY Organization: DS
Date: 2001-01-10
Description: Two quantitative methods, using optical turbidimeters, are specified: c) Measurement of diffuse radiation, applicable to water of low turbidity (for example drinking water); Turbidity measured by this method is expressed in formazin nephelometric units (FNU); results typically range between 0 FNU and 40 FNU.
ISO 7027 - WATER QUALITY - DETERMINATION OF TURBIDITY - THIRD EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 1999-12-15
Description: Two quantitative methods, using optical turbidimeters, are specified: c) measurement of diffuse radiation, applicable to water of low turbidity (for example drinking water); Turbidity measured by this method is expressed in formazin nephelometric units (FNU); results typically range between 0 FNU and 40 FNU.
ASTM D1889 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR TURBIDITY OF WATER Organization: ASTM
Date: 2000-07-10
Description: Scope 1.1 This test method covers the determination of turbidity in water and wastewater. 1.2 This test method is applicable to the measurement of turbidities in the range from 1.0 to 40 nephelometric turbidity units (NTU).
NSF 62 - DRINKING WATER DISTILLATION SYSTEMS Organization: NSF
Date: 2016-04-05
Description: Systems covered by this standard are not intended for the treatment of water that is visually contaminated (turbid) or has an obvious contamination source, such as raw sewage, nor are systems covered by this standard intended to convert wastewater to microbiologically potable water.
DS/EN ISO 7027-1 - WATER QUALITY – DETERMINATION OF TURBIDITY – PART 1: QUANTITATIVE METHODS Organization: DS
Date: 2016-07-05
Description: ISO 7027-1:2016 specifies two quantitative methods using optical turbidimeters or nephelometers for the determination of turbidity of water: a) nephelometry, procedure for measurement of diffuse radiation, applicable to water of low turbidity (for example drinking water); b) turbidimetry, procedure for measurement of the attenuation of a radiant flux, more applicable to highly turbid waters (for example waste waters or other cloudy waters).
ISO 7027-1 - WATER QUALITY - DETERMINATION OF TURBIDITY - PART 1: QUANTITATIVE METHODS - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2016-06-15
Description: This part of ISO 7027 specifies two quantitative methods using optical turbidimeters or nephelometers for the determination of turbidity of water: a) nephelometry, procedure for measurement of diffuse radiation, applicable to water of low turbidity (for example drinking water); b) turbidimetry, procedure for measurement of the attenuation of a radiant flux, more applicable to highly turbid waters (for example waste waters or other cloudy waters).
CEN - EN ISO 7027-1 - WATER QUALITY - DETERMINATION OF TURBIDITY - PART 1: QUANTITATIVE METHODS Organization: CEN
Date: 2016-06-01
Description: This part of ISO 7027 specifies two quantitative methods using optical turbidimeters or nephelometers for the determination of turbidity of water: a) nephelometry, procedure for measurement of diffuse radiation, applicable to water of low turbidity (for example drinking water); b) turbidimetry, procedure for measurement of the attenuation of a radiant flux, more applicable to highly turbid waters (for example waste waters or other cloudy waters).
NBN - EN ISO 7027-1 - WATER QUALITY - DETERMINATION OF TURBIDITY - PART 1: QUANTITATIVE METHODS (ISO 7027-1:2016) Organization: NBN
Date: 2016-08-26
Description: ISO 7027-1:2016 specifies two quantitative methods using optical turbidimeters or nephelometers for the determination of turbidity of water:a) nephelometry, procedure for measurement of diffuse radiation, applicable to water of low turbidity (for example drinking water);b) turbidimetry, procedure for measurement of the attenuation of a radiant flux, more applicable to highly turbid waters (for example waste waters or other cloudy waters).
NBN - EN ISO 7027-1 - WATER QUALITY - DETERMINATION OF TURBIDITY - PART 1: QUANTITATIVE METHODS (ISO 7027-1:2016) Organization: NBN
Date: 2016-08-26
Description: ISO 7027-1:2016 specifies two quantitative methods using optical turbidimeters or nephelometers for the determination of turbidity of water:a) nephelometry, procedure for measurement of diffuse radiation, applicable to water of low turbidity (for example drinking water);b) turbidimetry, procedure for measurement of the attenuation of a radiant flux, more applicable to highly turbid waters (for example waste waters or other cloudy waters).
DIN EN ISO 7027-1 - WATER QUALITY - DETERMINATION OF TURBIDITY - PART 1: QUANTITATIVE METHODS (ISO 7027-1:2016) Organization: DIN
Date: 2016-11-01
Description: This part of ISO 7027 specifies two quantitative methods using optical turbidimeters or nephelometers for the determination of turbidity of water: a) nephelometry, procedure for measurement of diffuse radiation, applicable to water of low turbidity (for example drinking water); b) turbidimetry, procedure for measurement of the attenuation of a radiant flux, more applicable to highly turbid waters (for example waste waters or other cloudy waters).
ASTM D7726 - STANDARD GUIDE FOR THE USE OF VARIOUS TURBIDIMETER TECHNOLOGIES FOR MEASUREMENT OF TURBIDITY IN WATER Organization: ASTM
Date: 2011-05-01
Description: This guide covers the best practices for use of various turbidimeter designs for measurement of turbidity in waters including: drinking water, wastewater, industrial waters, and for regulatory and environmental monitoring.
ASTM D6855 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF TURBIDITY BELOW 5 NTU IN STATIC MODE Organization: ASTM
Date: 2012-06-01
Description: This test method is applicable to the measurement of turbidities under 5.0 nephelometric turbidity units (NTU). This test method was tested on municipal drinking water, ultra-pure water and low turbidity samples.
DS 282 - WATER ANALYSIS - CHLORINE - TITRIMETRIC METHOD Organization: DS
Date: 1990-03-07
Description: The method is not applicable in strongly coloured and turbid samples. The method is applicable on drinking water and water from swimmigpools.
DS/EN ISO 5814 - WATER QUALITY - DETERMINATION OF DISSOLVED OXYGEN - ELECTROCHEMICAL PROBE METHOD Organization: DS
Date: 2012-12-18
Description: It is the preferred method for highly coloured and turbid waters, and also for analysis of waters not suitable for the Winkler titration method because of iron- and iodine-fixing substances, which can interfere in the iodometric method specified in ISO 5813.
ISO 5814 - WATER QUALITY - DETERMINATION OF DISSOLVED OXYGEN - ELECTROCHEMICAL PROBE METHOD - THIRD EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2012-10-15
Description: It is the preferred method for highly coloured and turbid waters, and also for analysis of waters not suitable for the Winkler titration method because of iron- and iodinefixing substances, which can interfere in the iodometric method specified in ISO 5813.
SNV - SN EN ISO 5814 - WATER QUALITY - DETERMINATION OF DISSOLVED OXYGEN - ELECTROCHEMICAL PROBE METHOD Organization: SNV
Date: 2012-12-01
Description: It is the preferred method for highly coloured and turbid waters, and also for analysis of waters not suitable for the Winkler titration method because of iron- and iodinefixing substances, which can interfere in the iodometric method specified in ISO 5813.
CEN - EN ISO 5814 - WATER QUALITY - DETERMINATION OF DISSOLVED OXYGEN - ELECTROCHEMICAL PROBE METHOD Organization: CEN
Date: 2012-10-01
Description: It is the preferred method for highly coloured and turbid waters, and also for analysis of waters not suitable for the Winkler titration method because of iron- and iodinefixing substances, which can interfere in the iodometric method specified in ISO 5813[1].

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