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Guidelines for the investigation of the microbial content of fuel boiling below 390 C and associated water. Inst. Petrol. Guidelines publ'd, 1996, Inst. Petrol., London,42 pages (ISBN 0--85298--170--0).

This publication updates IP 385/88. The use of these Guidelines will enable the user to identify the presence of viable micro-organisms, take appropriate antimicrobial measures and carry out remedial treatments. Problems caused by micro-organisms are discussed, sampling, analysis of samples, interpretation of results, and avoidance and remediation are reported. Test methods IP 385/95 and IP PM BY/95 are appended. 4 refs.

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