NSF P172-07

NSF P172-07

Sanitization Performance of Residential and Commercial, Family-Sized Clothes Washers NSF International / 01-Aug-2006 / 15 pages

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This protocol establishes the minimum requirements for the sanitization performance of residential clothes washers used in private homes. The methods described in this protocol simulate significant contamination of a small number of clothing items in an otherwise typical laundry load. The protocol requirements include testing to ensure that at least 99.9% of test organisms are removed when the washers sanitization cycle is selected, and there is no carryover of test organisms between loads after the sanitization cycle is used.

This product references:AWWA/APHA/WEF STANDARD METHODS 10084 - Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater, 21st Edition

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