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ASTM C1269 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR ADJUSTING THE OPERATIONAL SENSITIVITY SETTING OF IN-PLANT WALK-THROUGH METAL DETECTORS Organization: ASTM
Date: 1997-12-10
Description: This practice covers a procedure for adjusting the operational sensitivity of in-plant walk-through metal detectors. Performance of this procedure should result with in-plant walk-through metal detectors being adjusted to an initial operational sensitivity setting suitable for performance testing.
ASTM C1270 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR DETECTION SENSITIVITY MAPPING OF IN-PLANT WALK-THROUGH METAL DETECTORS Organization: ASTM
Date: 1997-12-10
Description: This practice is one of several developed to assist operators of walk-through metal detectors with meeting the metal detection performance requirements of the responsible regulatory authority.
ASTM C1309 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF IN-PLANT WALK-THROUGH METAL DETECTORS Organization: ASTM
Date: 1997-12-10
Description: It is used to establish the probability of detection immediately after the detector has been adjusted to its operational sensitivity setting. The detection sensitivity verification test (DSVT)2 procedure periodically provides data for evaluation of continuing detection performance.
ASTM D7550 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF AMMONIUM, ALKALI AND ALKALINE EARTH METALS IN HYDROGEN AND OTHER CELL FEED GASES BY ION CHROMATOGRAPHY Organization: ASTM
Date: 2009-09-01
Description: An ion chromatograph/conductivity detector (IC/CD) system is used to determine cations. Sensitivity from low part per billion (ppb, μg/l, μg/kg) up to part per million (ppm, mg/l, mg/kg) concentration are achievable dependant on the amount of hydrogen or other fuel cell gas sampled.

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