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In order to flush out impurities/ biofilms you need to flush port for at 
least 3 to 4 minutes...longer for WFI.  Biofilms tend to form at the mouth 
of port . Flushing of water will eliminate false positive results.

Amruta Bhide




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05/05/2011 12:21 PM
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[PMFLIST] Volume of Water sampling
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Hi to everibody

Somebody knows why should i let water down before take my sample in a WFI 
system?
My procedure say's that i musst let 20 liters down before i could take my 
sample?, but i don't know why, could you give me a reason?

Thanks in advance

Sergio Avila

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