BS ISO 10718:2015 - Cork stoppers. Characterization of a low-in-germs stopper, through the enumeration of colony-forming units of yeasts, moulds and bacteria, capable of both being extracted and growing in alcoholic medium

BS ISO 10718:2015

Cork stoppers. Characterization of a low-in-germs stopper, through the enumeration of colony-forming units of yeasts, moulds and bacteria, capable of both being extracted and growing in alcoholic medium

Status : Under review, Current   Published : October 2015

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Standard NumberBS ISO 10718:2015
TitleCork stoppers. Characterization of a low-in-germs stopper, through the enumeration of colony-forming units of yeasts, moulds and bacteria, capable of both being extracted and growing in alcoholic medium
StatusUnder review, Current
Publication Date31 October 2015
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 17727, ISO 7218
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
ReplacesBS ISO 10718:2002
International RelationshipsISO 10718:2015
Draft Superseded By14/30311793 DC
DescriptorsAliphatic alcohols, Microorganisms, Microbiology, Bacteria count methods, Count methods (microbiology), Yeast, Biological analysis and testing, Alcoholic beverages, Closures, Microbiological analysis, Cork, Stoppers
ICS07.100.30
55.100
79.100
Title in FrenchBouchons en liège. Caractérisation d’un bouchon pauvre en germes par dénombrement des unités formant colonie de levures, de moisissures et de bactéries, extraites en milieu alcoolique et capables de s’y développer
CommitteePRI/81
ISBN978 0 580 87805 3
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages16
File Size928 KB
Price£130.00


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