BS EN 12173:2005 - Products used for treatment of water intended for human consumption. Sodium fluoride

BS EN 12173:2005

Products used for treatment of water intended for human consumption. Sodium fluoride

Status : Revised, Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : January 2006 Replaced By : BS EN 12173:2012

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Standard NumberBS EN 12173:2005
TitleProducts used for treatment of water intended for human consumption. Sodium fluoride
StatusRevised, Superseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date16 January 2006
Withdrawn Date30 November 2012
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN ISO 3696, ISO 3696:1987, ISO 2831, ISO 2832, ISO 2833, ISO 3165, ISO 5993, ISO 6206, ISO 6353-1, ISO 8213
Informative References(Provided for Information)98/83/EC, 67/548/EEC
Replaced ByBS EN 12173:2012
ReplacesBS EN 12173:1999
International RelationshipsEN 12173:2005
DescriptorsWater, Water treatment, Potable water, Fluorides, Sodium inorganic compounds, Physical properties of materials, Chemical properties, Purity, Impurities, Chemical composition, Toxic materials, Chemical analysis and testing, Marking, Labels, Storage, Safety measures
ICS13.060.20
71.100.80
Title in FrenchProduits chimiques utilises pour le traitement de l'eau destinee a la consommation humaine. Fluorure de sodium
Title in GermanProdukt zur Aufbereitung von Wasser den menschlichen Gebrauch. Natriumfluorid
CommitteeCII/59
ISBN0 580 47486 0
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages20
File Size405 KB
Price£130.00


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