Kvalita vody a dodávka vody

Oblast zaměření: Kvalita vody a dodávka vody
Komise : CEN/TC 164 (Water supply)
Původce: CEN
K připomínkám do: 18.03.2019
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This document specifies:

a)     field of application;

b)    requirements for in line anti-vacuum valves;

c)     dimensional, the physico-chemical properties and the properties of general hydraulic, mechanical and acoustic design of in-line anti-vacuum valves DN 10 to DN 50;

d)    test method and requirements for verifying these properties;

e)     marking and presentation;

f)     acoustics.

This document specifies the characteristics of in-line anti-vacuum valves DN 10 to DN 50 that are suitable for use in drinking water systems at pressures up to 1 MPa (10 bar) and temperatures up to 65 °C and for 1 h at 90 °C.

Oblast zaměření: Kvalita vody a dodávka vody
Komise : CEN/TC 230 (Water analysis)
Původce: CEN
K připomínkám do: 1.04.2019
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This document specifies a method for the measurement of 210Po in all types of waters by alpha spectrometry.

The method is applicable to test samples of supply/drinking water, rainwater, surface and ground water, marine water, as well as cooling water, industrial water, domestic, and industrial wastewater after proper sampling and handling, and test sample preparation. A filtration of the test sample is necessary.

The detection limit depends on the sample volume, the instrument used, the background count rate, the detection efficiency and the chemical yield. The method described in this document, using currently available alpha spectrometry apparatus, has a detection limit of approximately 5 mBq.l-1, which is lower than the WHO criteria for safe consumption of drinking water (100 mBq·l-1). This value can be achieved with a counting time of 24 hours for a sample volume of 500 ml.

The method described in this document is applicable in the event of an emergency situation.

The analysis of 210Po adsorbed to suspended matter is not covered by this method.

It is the user’s responsibility to ensure the validity of this test method for the water samples tested.

If suspended material has to be removed or analysed, filtration at 0,45 μm is recommended. The analysis of the insoluble fraction requires a mineralization step that is not covered by this document (see NF M 60‑790‑4[13]). In this case, the measurement is made on the different phases obtained. The final activity is the sum of all the measured activity concentrations.