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DIN EN 15219:2008-02

DIN EN 15219:2008-02

Water conditioning equipment inside buildings - Nitrate removal devices - Requirements for performance, safety and testing; German version EN 15219:2006+A1:2007

Appareils de traitement d'eau à l'intérieur des bâtiments - Dispositifs de dénitratation - Exigences de performances, de sécurité et d'essais; Version allemande EN 15219:2006+A1:2007

Anlagen zur Behandlung von Trinkwasser innerhalb von Gebäuden - Nitratentfernungsanlagen - Anforderungen an Ausführung, Sicherheit und Prüfung; Deutsche Fassung EN 15219:2006+A1:2007

2018-02 /Active
Equivalencias internacionales:

EN 15219+A1 (2007-11)

Relación con otras normas DIN:

Reemplaza a: DIN EN 15219/A1:2007-07

Reemplaza a: DIN EN 15219:2007-02

This European Standard specifies requirements relating to the construction and mode of operation and relevant methods for testing automatic, salt-regenerated, anion exchange nitrate removal devices for drinking water installations inside buildings, which are permanently connected to the mains supply.
Approval marks, Assembly instructions, Buildings, Chemical analysis and testing, Corrosion protection, Definitions, Desalination, Design, Drinking water control, Drinking water installations, Drinking water supply, Drinking water treatment, EVT, House installations, Hygiene, Inspection, Installations, Instructions for use, Ion exchanging, Ion-exchange methods, Maintenance, Marking, Materials, Nitrate contents, Nitrates, Operating instructions, Operating mode, Pipeline installations, Pipework systems, Potable water, Protective measures, Quality, Quality assurance, Safety, Safety measures, Softening, Specification (approval), Surveillance (approval), Technical fluids, gases, and fuels, Testing, Water, Water practice, Water quality, Water softening, Water softening devices, Water supply, Water supply (buildings), Water supply installations, Water treatment
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