This document specifies the properties and requirements for demineralized water used as solvent for paints and varnishes industrial applications, e.g. production of electro-deposition coating materials, water-based coating materials, water-based resins and plastics dispersions.
This document is not applicable to water for analytical use.
NOTE See ISO 3696.

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This European Standard sets requirements for bio-based solvents in terms of properties, limits, application classes and test methods. It lays down the characteristics and details for assessment of bio-based solvents:
-   fit for purpose in terms of performance related properties;
-   that comply with the requirements regarding the health, safety and environment which apply to general solvents; and
-   that are derived from a certain minimum percentage of biomass.
NOTE   EN 16575 defines the term "bio-based" as derived from biomass and clarifies that "bio-based" does not imply "biodegradable". In addition, "biodegradable" does not necessarily imply the use of "bio-based" material.
In addition, this document provides detail on information required to address the sustainability of the product. This is essential information as this will provide a basis to choose the most sustainable solvent.

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This European Standard sets the requirements for bio-based solvents in terms of their bio-based content, their technical properties and test methods. It lays down the characteristics and details for assessment of bio-based solvents that:
-   are fit for purpose in terms of performance related properties;
-   comply with the health, safety and environmental requirements which apply generally to solvents; and
-   are derived from biomass.
This European Standard specifies solvent classes, based on the percentage of bio-based carbon content and bio-based content.
NOTE   EN 16575 defines the term "bio-based" as derived from biomass and clarifies that "bio-based" does not imply "biodegradable". In addition, "biodegradable" does not necessarily imply the use of "bio-based" material.
In addition, this document sets requirements on information to be provided regarding sustainability aspects.

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This part of ISO 105 specifies a method for determining the resistance of the colour of textiles of all
kinds and in all forms, except loose fibre, to the combined action of rubbing and of organic solvents
used in spot-cleaning, localized “spotting” carried out by hand.

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This International Standard specifies two methods for determining the solubility of dyestuffs in organic solvents. They are applicable to dyestuffs that do not change chemically under the influence of the solvent and are stable and non-volatile under the specified drying conditions. For volatile solvents (boiling point < 120 °C), the gravimetric procedure is recommended and, for less volatile solvents (boiling point > 120 °C), the photometric procedure is recommended. The choice of procedure should be made on a case-by-case basis. The methods are suitable for concentrations between 1 g and 1 000 g of dyestuff per litre of solvent. Higher concentrations can be used provided the viscosity of the solution is such that the procedure can be carried out readily. The methods are not suitable for the determination of insoluble matter in a dyestuff.

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The test is carried out by the following procedure: drying of the sample in the oven at (105 2) °C, passing the dried sample through the sieve and transferring it of the graduated measuring cylinder, but so that no air pockets are formed. Weighing of the cylinder and of the sample. Placing of the cylinder in the tamping volumeter and tamping it in steps of approximately 1250 revolutions until the difference between two successive steps of tamping is less than 2 ml. Calculation of results. - Cancels and replaces ISO Recommendation ISO/R 787/11-1970.

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This Technical Specification sets requirements for bio-based solvents in terms of properties, limits, application classes and test methods. It lays down the characteristics and details for assessment of bio-based solvents as to whether they:
- are fit for purpose in terms of performance related properties;
- comply with the requirements regarding the health, safety and environment which apply to general solvents;
- are derived from a certain minimum percentage of biomass; and
- comply with at least similar sustainability criteria as comparable (regular) solvents.
The criteria of the Regulation for Environmental Assessment of Chemicals (REACh) [2] are included in the discussions that have lead to this paper.
NOTE   prEN 16575 defines the term bio-based as derived from biomass and clarifies that bio-based does not imply biodegradable. In addition, biodegradable does not necessarily imply the use of bio-based material.

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This Technical Specification sets requirements for bio-based solvents in terms of properties, limits, application classes and test methods. It lays down the characteristics and details for assessment of bio-based solvents:
-   fit for purpose in terms of performance related properties;
-   comply with the requirements regarding the health, safety and environment which apply to general solvents;
-   are derived from a certain minimum percentage of biomass; and
-   comply with at least similar sustainability criteria as comparable (regular) solvents.
The criteria of the Regulation for Environmental Assessment of Chemicals (REACH) [2] are included in the discussions that have led to this Technical Specification.
NOTE   EN 16575 defines the term “bio-based” as derived from biomass and clarifies that “bio-based” does not imply “biodegradable”. In addition, “biodegradable” does not necessarily imply the use of “bio-based” material.

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This part of EN 20105 specifies a method for determining the resistance of the colour of textiles of all kinds and in all forms except loose fibres to the combined action of rubbing and of organic solvents.

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Specifies the requirements and the corresponding test methods for destilled tall-oil fatty acids for paints and varnishes.

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Describes the design features and performance characteristics of a.c. motors specifically designed for use on converter supplies. Also specifies the interface parameters and interactions between the motor and the converter including installation guidance as part of a power drive system. The scope of this second edition has been extended to include all converter-fed motors, in addition to low voltage induction motors.

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This method is applicable to organic liquids that boil between 30 and 300 C at normal pressure, and that are chemically stable and do not corrode the apparatus during the distillation such as hydrocarbons, esters, alcohols, ketones, ethers and similar products. The principle consists in distillation of a 100 ml test portion under prescribed conditions, systematic observation of thermometer readings and volumes of condensate and calculation of the results from these data with correction to standard atmospheric pressure.

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