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DS/EN 12873-4

Influence of materials on water intended for human consumption – Influence due to migration – Part 4: Test method for water treatment membranes

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Organization: DS
Publication Date: 29 May 2006
Status: active
Page Count: 19
ICS Code (Drinking water): 13.060.20
ICS Code (Materials and articles in contact with foodstuffs): 67.250
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This European standard describes a test method for laboratory evaluation of possible adverse effects of water treatment membranes on drinking water quality. In principle it is applicable to microfiltration, ultrafiltration, nanofiltration, reverse osmosis and electrodialysis modules for use in the treatment of public water supplies and of water inside buildings. NOTE - Such devices can vary considerably in design and operation and hence some modification of the procedures may be required. Evaluation of the efficiency of the membrane filter in removing contaminants from the treated water is not included.

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November 22, 2021
Influence of materials on water intended for human consumption – Influence due to migration – Part 4: Test method for water treatment membranes
This document describes a test method for laboratory evaluation of possible adverse effects of water treatment membrane elements and modules on drinking water quality. In principle it is applicable...
DS/EN 12873-4
May 29, 2006
Influence of materials on water intended for human consumption – Influence due to migration – Part 4: Test method for water treatment membranes
This European standard describes a test method for laboratory evaluation of possible adverse effects of water treatment membranes on drinking water quality. In principle it is applicable to...
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