BS EN 13312-2:2001 - Biotechnology. Performance criteria for piping and instrumentation. Couplings

BS EN 13312-2:2001

Biotechnology. Performance criteria for piping and instrumentation. Couplings

Status : Current, Under review   Published : April 2001



This European Standard specifies performance criteria for couplings used in biotechnological processes with respect to the potential risks to the worker and the environment from microorganisms in use. This European Standard applies where the intended use of the coupling includes hazardous or potentially hazardous microorganisms used in biotechnological processes or where exposure of the worker or the environment to such microorganisms is restricted for reasons of safety.

Standard NumberBS EN 13312-2:2001
TitleBiotechnology. Performance criteria for piping and instrumentation. Couplings
StatusCurrent, Under review
Publication Date15 April 2001
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
International RelationshipsEN 13312-2:2001
Draft Superseded By98/124260 DC
DescriptorsMicroorganisms, Fluid equipment, Pipes, Joints, Pipework systems, Biological analysis and testing, Adapters (laboratory glassware), Pipe couplings, Performance, Leak tests, Hazards, Instruments, Biological hazards, Biotechnology, Occupational safety, Microbiology
Title in FrenchBiotechnologie. Criteres de performance pour tuyauteries et instrumentation. Raccords
Title in GermanBiotechnik. Leistungskriterien fuer Leitungssysteme und Instrumentierung. Verbindungsstuecke
ISBN0 580 37457 2
File Size263 KB

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