ČSN P CEN ISO/TS 12025 (012030)

Nanomaterials - Quantification of nano-object release from powders by generation of aerosols

Automatically translated name:

Nanomaterials - Quantification of nano-objects released from powders generated aerosols ( standard for direct use as CSN ).

STANDARD published on 1.11.2015

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Designation standards: ČSN P CEN ISO/TS 12025
Classification mark: 012030
Catalog number: 98161
Publication date standards: 1.11.2015
SKU: NS-618640
The number of pages: 48
Approximate weight : 144 g (0.32 lbs)
Country: Czech technical standard
Category: Technical standards ČSN

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Physics. Chemistry

Annotation of standard text ČSN P CEN ISO/TS 12025 (012030):

emissions or release of nano-objects into the surrounding air from powdered nanostructured materials resulting from handling is an important consideration in the design and operation of many industrial processes. Released nano-objects may affect human health and the environment, depending on the nature and quanitity of the nanomaterial. It is therefore important to obtain data about the propensity of nanomaterials to release nano-objects, thereby allowing exposure to be evaluated, controlled and minimised. Three main target groups of experts for the evaluation of the release of nano-objects from powdered nanostructured materials are: - material scientists and engineers, who design safe nanomaterials and safe nanomaterial handling processes; - occupational, health and safety specialists; - environmental specialists, who need exposure data in addition to toxicity data for risk assessment of manufactured nanomaterials (see A.2) and who collect dustiness data (gravimetric as well as particle concentration and particle size information)

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