Physical and chemical quality control test of purified water

 Physical and chemical quality control test of purified water

OBJECTIVE 

  • To provide the procedure of purified water quality control.

SCOPE

  • This procedure is applicable to the quality control of purified water in the sampling point.

RESPONSIBILITY 

  • Quality Control Analyst shall be responsible to follow the procedure mentioned in this SOP.

ACCOUNTABILITY 

  • Quality Control and Head QA Head shall be accountable for compliance of this SOP.

ATTACHMENTS 

  • Raw water analysis report  –  Attachment-I

PROCEDURE

  • Use 500 ml sample bottle with a stopper for sampling.
  • On the sample bottle write the name of sample, place and date of sampling.
  • Allow water to run for 2-3 min. before sampling.
  • Fill the sample bottle to the brim level to avoid any gaseous contamination.
  •  Analyze water as per BP specification.
  • Carry out the following tests every Monday from the point No.5: Description, Nitrates, Heavy Metals, Acidity or Alkalinity, Oxidisable Substances, Chlorides, Sulphates, Ammonium, Calcium and Magnesium, Residue on Evaporation, pH, Conductivity.
  • Purified water is sampled daily and analyzed only for the following parameters: Description, pH, Conductivity.
  • From other points sampling is carried out as per the approved plan.
  • Perform the analysis in duplicate if results are erroneous.
  • Report any unusual observations to Lab. In-Charge.

REFERENCES

  • In-house

ABBREVIATIONS 

  • None

DISTRIBUTUON LIST 

  • Quality Assurance Department
  • Quality Control Department
  • Engineering Department

HISTORY OF REVISION

 Attachment-I

Raw water analysis report 

Name of productPurified waterSpec-n No. (Code)
Grade:Manufacturer

Supplier:

Batch No.:
Quantity:Date of samplingQuantity sampledPoint:
Mfg. date:
S. No.Test parameterSpecificationObservation

Remarks: the product complies with the specification

Prepared By:Approved By:
Date:Date:

 

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