GN 2.2.5.3226-14

GN 2.2.5.3226-14

Name in English:
GN 2.2.5.3226-14

Name in Russian:
ГН 2.2.5.3226-14

Description in English:
Maximum permissible level (MPL) of process equipment absorbent and non-absorbent surfaces pollution by O-isobutyl-beta-n-diethylaminoethylthiol ester of methyl-phosphonic acid (substances type Vx) that is subject to movement/transportation outside the facility for disposal of chemical weapons and building structures

Description in Russian:
Предельно допустимый уровень (ПДУ) загрязнения О-изобутил-бета-N-диэтиламиноэтилтиоловым эфиром метилфосфоновой кислоты (веществом типа Vx) впитывающих и невпитывающих поверхностей технологического оборудования, подлежащего перемещению/транспортировке за пределы объекта по уничтожению химического оружия, и строительных конструкций

Document status:
Active

Format:
Electronic (pdf/doc)

Page count:
7

Delivery time (for English version):
2 business days

Delivery time (for Russian version):
1 business day

SKU:
GN00117

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