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ISO 8573-7

Compressed air Part 7: Test method for viable microbiological contaminant content

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 May 2003
Status: active
Page Count: 14
ICS Code (Gases for industrial application): 71.100.20
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This part of ISO 8573 specifies a test method for distinguishing viable, colony-forming, microbiological organisms (e.g. yeast, bacteria, endotoxins) from other solid particles which may be present in compressed air. One of a series of standards aimed at harmonizing air contamination measurements, it provides a means of sampling, incubating and determining the number of microbiological particles. The test method is suitable for determining purity classes in accordance with ISO 8573-1, and is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO 8573-4 when there is need to identify solid particles that are also viable, colony-forming units.

Document History

ISO 8573-7
May 1, 2003
Compressed air Part 7: Test method for viable microbiological contaminant content
This part of ISO 8573 specifies a test method for distinguishing viable, colony-forming, microbiological organisms (e.g. yeast, bacteria, endotoxins) from other solid particles which may be present...

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