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BS ISO 21716-3:2020 Ships and marine technology. Bioassay methods for screening anti-fouling paints Mussels

BS ISO 21716-3:2020

Ships and marine technology. Bioassay methods for screening anti-fouling paints Mussels

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Standard number:BS ISO 21716-3:2020
Pages:30
Released:2023-03-20
ISBN:978 0 539 06209 0
Status:Standard

BS ISO 21716-3:2020 Ships and Marine Technology. Bioassay Methods for Screening Anti-Fouling Paints Mussels

Introducing the BS ISO 21716-3:2020 Ships and Marine Technology. Bioassay Methods for Screening Anti-Fouling Paints Mussels, a comprehensive guide and standard for the marine industry. This standard is a must-have for professionals in the field, providing a detailed methodology for screening anti-fouling paints using mussels as a bioassay organism.

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  • Standard Number: BS ISO 21716-3:2020
  • Pages: 30
  • Released: 2023-03-20
  • ISBN: 978 0 539 06209 0
  • Name: Ships and Marine Technology. Bioassay Methods for Screening Anti-Fouling Paints Mussels
  • Status: Standard

Why Choose BS ISO 21716-3:2020?

The BS ISO 21716-3:2020 is a crucial resource for marine professionals, offering a comprehensive guide to bioassay methods for screening anti-fouling paints. This standard is designed to ensure the highest quality and performance of anti-fouling paints, contributing to the longevity and efficiency of marine vessels.

With 30 pages of in-depth information, this standard provides a thorough understanding of the bioassay methods, ensuring that you have the knowledge and tools to select and apply the most effective anti-fouling paints. The standard was released on March 20, 2023, ensuring that it contains the most up-to-date information and methodologies.

Benefits of BS ISO 21716-3:2020

The BS ISO 21716-3:2020 offers numerous benefits to marine professionals. It provides a clear and concise methodology for screening anti-fouling paints, ensuring that you can select the most effective and efficient products for your vessels. This can lead to significant cost savings in the long term, as well as improved performance and longevity of your vessels.

Furthermore, by adhering to this standard, you can ensure that your practices are in line with industry best practices, enhancing your reputation and credibility in the field. The standard also contributes to environmental sustainability, as effective anti-fouling paints can reduce the impact of marine vessels on aquatic ecosystems.

Conclusion

In conclusion, the BS ISO 21716-3:2020 Ships and Marine Technology. Bioassay Methods for Screening Anti-Fouling Paints Mussels is an invaluable resource for marine professionals. With its comprehensive and up-to-date information, it provides a reliable guide to selecting and applying anti-fouling paints, contributing to the efficiency, longevity, and environmental sustainability of marine vessels. Don't miss out on this essential standard – order your copy today!

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BS ISO 21716-3:2020


This standard BS ISO 21716-3:2020 Ships and marine technology. Bioassay methods for screening anti-fouling paints is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 13.020.99 Other standards related to environmental protection
  • 47.020.99 Other standards related to shipbuilding and marine structures

This document specifies a laboratory test method for screening anti-fouling paints in a flow-through system using mussels as the test organism. It is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO 21716-1, which specifies the general requirements. The purpose of the test is to determine if there is a difference in mussel settlement on painted test panels compared with mussel settlement on inert non-toxic control panels under the conditions of the test. Examples of statistical analysis to determine if the difference in mussel settlement is statistically significant are given in Annex A.