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vivek nayak <[log in to unmask]>
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Your water sampling procedure should mimic the way water is used. If 20 liters 
of water drained each time water used, then you should drain 20 liters before 
collecting samples for testing.

V.




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From: Sergio Avila <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Tue, May 3, 2011 6:00:35 PM
Subject: [PMFLIST] Volume of Water sampling

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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