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BS EN ISO 2171:2023 Cereals, pulses and by-products. Determination of ash yield by incineration

BS EN ISO 2171:2023

Cereals, pulses and by-products. Determination of ash yield by incineration

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Standard number:BS EN ISO 2171:2023
Pages:22
Released:2023-03-13
ISBN:978 0 539 01889 9
Status:Standard

BS EN ISO 2171:2023 Cereals, pulses and by-products. Determination of ash yield by incineration

Introducing the BS EN ISO 2171:2023, a comprehensive guide to the determination of ash yield by incineration in cereals, pulses, and by-products. This standard is an essential tool for anyone involved in the food industry, particularly those dealing with cereals, pulses, and their by-products. It provides a clear, concise, and reliable method for determining the ash yield of these products, ensuring the highest quality and safety standards.

Released on 13th March 2023, this standard is the latest in the series, reflecting the most up-to-date research and best practices in the field. With a total of 22 pages, it offers a thorough and detailed examination of the subject, making it an invaluable resource for professionals and students alike.

Key Features

The BS EN ISO 2171:2023 standard offers a range of features designed to make the process of determining ash yield as straightforward and accurate as possible. These include:

  • A clear and concise method for determining ash yield by incineration
  • Comprehensive guidelines on the preparation and handling of samples
  • Detailed instructions on the use of equipment and materials
  • Thorough explanations of the calculations and measurements involved
  • Guidance on the interpretation and reporting of results

Why Choose BS EN ISO 2171:2023?

Choosing the BS EN ISO 2171:2023 standard means choosing a tool that is trusted by professionals worldwide. It is recognized for its accuracy, reliability, and ease of use, making it the go-to resource for anyone needing to determine the ash yield of cereals, pulses, and by-products.

Furthermore, this standard is backed by the credibility of its ISBN: 978 0 539 01889 9, ensuring its authenticity and quality. It is also officially recognized as a standard, further enhancing its credibility and reliability.

Conclusion

In conclusion, the BS EN ISO 2171:2023 standard is an essential tool for anyone involved in the food industry. Whether you're a professional needing a reliable method for determining ash yield, a student studying food science, or simply someone interested in the subject, this standard is a must-have resource. With its clear guidelines, detailed instructions, and thorough explanations, it makes the process of determining ash yield as straightforward and accurate as possible.

So why wait? Invest in the BS EN ISO 2171:2023 standard today and ensure the highest quality and safety standards for your cereals, pulses, and by-products.

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BS EN ISO 2171:2023


This standard BS EN ISO 2171:2023 Cereals, pulses and by-products. Determination of ash yield by incineration is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 67.060 Cereals, pulses and derived products
This document specifies a method for determining the ash yield by cereals, pulses and their milled products intended for human consumption. The source materials and products covered are: a)    grains of cereals; b)    flours and semolinas; c)     other milling products (bran and high bran content products, shorts); d)    mixed cereal flours (mixes); e)    cereal by-products other than c) (such as wheat gluten, maize grits, broken rice kernels); f)     pulses and their by-products (flour). This document does not apply to starches and starch derivatives (see ISO 3593), to products intended for animal feeding stuffs (see ISO 5984) or to seeds.