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  • IBRG PDG16-007.2
    Tier 1 Basic Efficacy Method for Biocidal Active Substances used to Preserve Aqueous-Based Products
    £100.00
    This document describes a method for determining the basic efficacy of biocidal active substances for in-can preservation in aqueous based products and is intended for the generation of data to enable registration of active substances. Samples containing the active substance under test are repeatedly inoculated with defined suspensions of microorganisms and then incubated. The changes in the size of the populations over time are used to determine the basic antimicrobial properties of the active substances being evaluated. It is important to note that the results obtained may not describe the performance of the active substance under normal conditions of use.
  • IBRG FFG16-001.5
    Tier 1 Metal Working Fluids Method
    £100.00
    This document describes a method for determining the basic efficacy of biocidal active substances in aqueous based metalworking fluids and is intended for the generation of data to enable registration of active substances. Samples containing the active substance under test are repeatedly inoculated with defined suspensions of microorganisms and then incubated. The changes in the size of the populations over time are used to determine the basic antimicrobial properties of the active substances being evaluated. It is important to note that the results obtained may not describe the performance of the active substance under normal conditions of use.
  • IBRG PDG16-001.2
    Tier 1 Polymer Dispersions Method
    £100.00
    This document describes a method for determining the basic efficacy of biocidal active substances in polymer dispersions and is intended for the generation of data to enable registration of active substances.
  • IBRG TEX13-005.4
    Tier 1 Textile Method - Antibacterial Properties
    £100.00
    This document describes a method to determine the basic antibacterial properties of textiles and porous materials and articles treated with a biocide with the intension of introducing disinfectant / hygienic properties. Samples are inoculated with defined suspensions of microorganisms and then incubated. The changes in the size of the populations both over time and on treated compared with untreated materials are used to describe the basic antimicrobial properties of the materials. The results obtained may not describe the performance of the treated materials under normal conditions of use.
  • IBRG P16-001.2
    Tier 1 Wet State Paint Method
    £100.00
    This document describes a method for determining the basic efficacy of biocidal active substances in aqueous based paints and is intended for the generation of data to enable registration of active substances.
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