Measurement & science
This part of ISO 16140 specifies the general principle and the technical protocol for the validation of alternative, mostly proprietary, methods in the field of microbiological analysis of food, animal feed, and environmental and primary production stage samples for the validation of alternative (proprietary) methods. Validation studies according to this standard are intended to be performed by organizations involved in method validation.
This part of ISO 16140 defines general terms and definitions relating to method validation of microbiology in the food chain.
This part of ISO 16140 is applicable to the validation of methods for the analysis (detection or quantification) of microorganisms in:
— products intended for human consumption and for animal feeding;
— environmental samples in the area of food production and food handling;
— samples from the primary production stage.
This British Standard gives recommendations for special design and other features of newly-manufactured alternating current watthour meters with ratings up to and including 100 A lmax for installation in domestic and small commercial/industrial premises within the United Kingdom.
This European Standard defines general terms to be used in the field of bio-based products, including horizontal aspects relevant for bio-based product standards.
This European Standard defines the measurement conditions for surface roughness parameters of metallic flat products, both uncoated (cold and hot rolled pickled steel) and coated with metallic coatings (e.g. zinc, aluminium, tin, chromium) (see 3.1).