BS 734C:1962 - Measurement of the density of milk using a hydrometer. Percentage of total solids and non-fatty solids in milk corresponding to given fat content and observed density fat content range 2-6 per cent (with fat in the liquid state)

BS 734C:1962

Measurement of the density of milk using a hydrometer. Percentage of total solids and non-fatty solids in milk corresponding to given fat content and observed density fat content range 2-6 per cent (with fat in the liquid state)

Status : Confirmed, Current   Published : November 1962

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A table based on BS 734-2:1959.




Standard NumberBS 734C:1962
TitleMeasurement of the density of milk using a hydrometer. Percentage of total solids and non-fatty solids in milk corresponding to given fat content and observed density fat content range 2-6 per cent (with fat in the liquid state)
StatusConfirmed, Current
Publication Date15 November 1962
Confirm Date01 June 2016
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
Amended ByPD 4816
PD 5481
DescriptorsComposition, Dairy products, Milk, Fats, Solids, Density
ICS67.100.10
Title in FrenchPourcentage de solides totaux et de solides non gras dans le lait correspondant a une teneur donnee en matiere grasse et a une teneur en matiere grasse observee de 2-6% (matiere grasse a l'etat liquide)
Title in GermanProzentualer Gesamtanteil von Feststoffen und nichtfettigen Feststoffen in Milch in Beziehung zum angegebenen Fettgehalt und der festgestellten Dichte Fettgehaltsbereich 2 bis 6 Prozent (mit Fett im Fluessigaggregat)
CommitteeAW/5
ISBN0 580 39165 5
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages4
File Size562.9 KB
Price£64.00


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