influent challenge concentration -> συγκέντρωση εισροής ρυπαντή

Offline Natassa

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Απορία από εδώ https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/91dbY3%2B1bhS.pdf.

Αν έχω κάνει λάθος το πεδίο, διορθώστε με παρακαλώ.
Ευχαριστώ!
« Last Edit: 23 Dec, 2019, 08:27:44 by spiros »
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Offline billberg23

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This is a chart showing the filtration capacity of a water filter device.  An example of a contaminant to be reduced by the filter is "Benzene."  According to the chart, the "concentration" of Benzene entering the system from the raw water source (the "influent"), which poses a "challenge" to the purity of the water, is "0.015 milligrams per liter, plus or minus 10%."  However, the NSF/ANSI Standards 42, 53 and 401 only permit "0.005 mg/L" in a drinking water supply.  The filter reduces the amount of Benzine by "96.6%."
So the most straightforward English equivalent of "Influent Challenge Concentration" would be "Contaminant Concentration in Water Source" or simply "Contaminant Concentration."  Is this easier to translate into Greek? 



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