BS EN 890:2004 - Chemicals used for treatment of water intended for human consumption. Iron (III) sulfate liquid

BS EN 890:2004

Chemicals used for treatment of water intended for human consumption. Iron (III) sulfate liquid

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn, Revised   Published : December 2004 Replaced By : BS EN 890:2012

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Standard NumberBS EN 890:2004
TitleChemicals used for treatment of water intended for human consumption. Iron (III) sulfate liquid
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn, Revised
Publication Date02 December 2004
Withdrawn Date31 August 2012
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN ISO 3696, ISO 3696:1987, ISO 3165, ISO 5790:1979, ISO 6206
Informative References(Provided for Information)98/83/EC, 67/548/EEC
Replaced ByBS EN 890:2012
ReplacesBS EN 890:1999
International RelationshipsEN 890:2004
Draft Superseded By03/300546 DC
DescriptorsWater treatment, Potable water, Ferric inorganic compounds, Sulfates, Liquids, Chemical properties, Physical properties of materials, Impurities, Safety measures, Delivery, Quality, Marking, Chemical analysis and testing
ICS13.060.20
71.100.80
Title in FrenchProduits chimiques utilises pour le traitement de l'eau destinee a la consommation humaine. Sulfate de fer (III)
Title in GermanProdukte zur Aufbereitung von Wasser fuer den menschlichen Gebrauch. Eisen (III) sulfat
CommitteeCII/59
ISBN0 580 44950 5
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages40
File Size710.6 KB
Price£214.00


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