It is applicable to metallic and non-metallic products such as pipes, taps, fittings, components, hot water units and materials used in coating, protection, lining, jointing, sealing and lubrication applications in the water supply and plumbing industry. The hot water tests apply where water has the potential for human consumption, food preparation, utensil washing and oral hygiene. A scaling factor field exposure to test exposure can be applied to compensate for a greater surface area-to-volume ratio used for test extractions, when compared to the worst case scenario in end-use. Extraction is allowed to proceed for the time given in the relevant test. The final extract is then analysed in accordance with the test requirements for each test. Collaboration with the certifying body is essential to ensure acceptance of the model or size selected to cover the entire range.
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AS/NZS 4020 Test for Watermark™ Certification