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BUREAU OF IN D IA"N STANDARDS


MANAK BHAVAN, 9 BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAIt MARO
~ DELHI 110002

D'ClmMr 1992

Pnte- Group 3

AMENDMENT NO. 1 MAY 19'6

TO

IS 2.146: 1992 CARBONATED BEVERAGES SPECIFICATION


( Secon4 R.vision )

( Foreword) -Iasert tbe following matterbefore t~ last para:


'A scheme for labelling environment friendly products known IS EOO-Mark bas
been introduced at tbe instance of tbe Ministry of Environment and Forests
(MEF). Govemment of India. The Eoo-Mlrk Ib.n be administered by the
Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) under the SIS Act. 1986 IS per the Resolution

No. 71 dated 20 February 19911Dd Resolution No. 425 dl1ed 28 October 1992
published in the Gazette of the Govemmenl of India. For I prodUd to be eligible
for marking with tbe ECO-Mark it shall also carry the Standard Mlrk of BIS for
quality besides meeting additional environment friendly (EF) requirements. The
environment friendly requirements for carbonated bevenges Ire, therefore,
included througb Amendment No. 1 to tbis Slindard.

This amendment is blsed on the o.zette Notification No. 624 (E) dated 6
September 1995 for Libelling Beverages, Infant Foods. Processed Fruits Ind
Vegetable ProdUC1S IS environment friendly, published in the Gazette of tbe
Government of India. '
(Page 2, clause '.') - Insert the following'new matter after,-':

"6.7 AddltioDal Requlremeats for ECO-Mark

'.7.1 GeMT,,1 Requirements


'.7.1.1 1be product sllall conform to the requirements pJaCribeci under clauses
6.1 to

,.6.

6.7.1.2 1be DIIDuliCblrer sblll produce tbe COIlleDt cle.nnc:e u per tbe
proviaio.. of WtUer (PCP) Act, 1974, Water (PCP) CUI Act, 1m and Air
(PCP) Act, 1981 1Ioas with the lutborizatioa if required uDder EllviroNn~1It
(Proteclioll) Act, 1986 aDd the Rules made tbaeunder to tile Buaeau of ladiln
Standlnll while applyiDl for the ECQ.Mark and tile product lball abo be in
ICCOrdaDCe with the ~io" of Food Adullertltioft Act, 1954 and the Rules
DIIde dleaeuader. Additionally, FPO 1955 (Fnait Product Order) framed under
EsMllltidl COll'llllOditiaAct, 1955. Stdndtlrds 01Weirhtr IUId Ml!IUwa Act, 1977
requi~menll wbereverapplicable bas to be complied ~itb.
1

Amend No.' 1 to IS 234' : 1"2


6.7.1.3 The product/paclcagins DlIy also display in brief the criteria based on
the product bas been labelledenvironment friendly.
which
\
6.7.1.4 1be material used for product packiag sball be recyclable or
biodegradable.

6.7.1.5 The date of manufactute and date of expiry shall be declared 08 the
productpackage by tbe manUfacturer.

6.7.1.6 The product shall be microbiologically sare when tested I ' per IS 5403 :
1969 'Method for yeast Ind mould oount of foodstuffs' and IS 5887 (Plit S) :
1976 'Metbods for detedion of bacteria responsible for food poisoniDi: Part S
Isolation, identification and enumeration of Vibrio Cholertie and Vibrio
Parahaemolyticus ([lrst revision)' IDd shall be free flOm bldedaland tulip'
. toxins.

'.7.1.7 "Tbe pesticide residues. if any in the prodUd shall not exceed the limit IS
prescribed in PFAAct, 19541nd the Rulesmade thereunder.
6.7.1.8 The product/package or leaOetlccompanying it may displly inswetions
of proper use, storage and tnnsport ( including refrigeration temperatu~
compliance ) so as to DlIximize tbe product perfonnance, safety and minimize
wastage.

6.7.2 SpecifIC Requirements


6.7.1.1 Arsenic content of the product sball not exceed 0.1 mglkg when tested in
accordance witb the method given in IS 11124 : 1984 cMethod for atomic
absorption spectrophotometric detennination of arsenlc',

'.7.%.2 The material used inside the metal ap of the product sball confonn to
the relevant Indian Stand'lds of food grade plastics IS permitted under the
Prevention of Food Adulte,ationAel, 1954 and tbe Rules made tbereunder. Cap.
Ind closures shall not be treated IS libels.
6.7.2.3 The percentage of fruit juicelpulp, if any added IbaD be Dleadcmed
tbe product/pickage.

Oil

6.7-Z.4 No synthetic food colour Ind artificial sweetener ahall be added or used
ill the produd."

( Page 2, clause I) - IDled the following DeW ellUIe after I:


'S.l ECOMark
The product mlY also be marked with tbe Eoo-Mlrk, tbe details
be obtained from tbe Bureau oflDdian Standards.'
(FAD 14)

or which IDly

Printed at New India PrintillJ Preu. Khwja. IDdia

AMENDMENT NO. 2 MAY 1999

TO
IS 2346: 1992 CARBONATED BEVERAGESSPECIFICATION
( Second Revision)
(Page 1, clauses 5.1.1 to 5.1.3 )-- Substitute the following for the existing:

'5.1.1 Sugar (see IS 1679 )


5.1.% Liquid Glucose ( see IS 873 )
5.1.3 Dextrose Monohydrate ( see IS 874 )'
( Page 1, clauses S.I.7, 5.1.17, S.I.18 and 5.1.23 ) following for the existing:

Substitute the

'5.1.7 Honey, Grade Special or A, (see IS 4941 ).


5.1.17 Edible Common Salt -

Conforming to IS 253.

5.1.18 Caffeine - Conforming to IS 11911. Quantity of caffeine shall not be


more than 200 mg/kg.
5.1.23 Carbon Dioxide -

Confonning to Grade 2 of IS 307.'

(Page 2, clause 6.1 ) - Substitute 'IS 5837' for 'IS 5837 : 1970'.
(Page 2, clause 6.5, line 2) - Substitute 'IS 307' for 'IS 307 : 1966'.
(Page 2, clause TA, line 2) -Substitute 'IS 1107' for 'IS 1107:1957'.
(Page 2, clause 7.2, line 3 ) - Substitute 'IS 5837' for 'IS 5837 : 1970'.
( Page 2, clause 7.3, lines 2 and 4 ) 1970' and 'IS 1994 t for 'IS 1994: 1961'.

Substitute 'IS 5837' for 'IS 5837 :

(Page 2, Table 1, col 4 ) - Substitute 'IS 6854' for 'IS 6854: 1973',
'IS 5402' for 'IS 5402 : 1969', 'IS 5401' for 'IS 5401 : 1969' and 'IS 5403' for 'IS 5403 :
1969'.
(Page 3, clause 10.1, line 3 ) - Substitute 'IS l070 t for 'IS 1070 : 1992'.

Amend No. Z IS 1346 : 1991

( Page 3, Annex A ) - Substitute IS No. and Title as under:


'IS 874 : 1992 Dextrose monohydrate ( third revision )' for 'IS 874 : 1975
Dextrose monohydrate (second revision )t,

'IS 4941 : 1994 Extracted boney ( second revision )' for 'IS 4941 : 1974
Extracted honey (fust revision)' , and

'IS 5345 : 1996 Sodium saccharin, food grade (second revision )' for 'IS 5345 :
1978 Sodium saccharin, food grade <firs: revision )'.

( Page 5, clause C.Z.1, last sentence) - Substitute 'Obtain the volume of


gas from Table 2.' for the existing.

(FAD 14)

Printed at New India Printina Preas. Khurja. India

AMENDMENT NO. 3 JUNE 2010


TO
IS 2346 : 1992 CARBONATED BEVERAGES
SPECIFICATION
( Second Revision )
[Page 3, clause 8(e)] Substitute Net quantity; and for Net volume of
content; and.
[Page 3, clause 8(f)] Substitute the following for the existing:
f) Any other markings required under the Standards of Weights and Measures
(Packaged Commodities) Rules, 1977 and the Prevention of Food
Adulteration Act, 1954 and the Rules framed thereunder.

(FAD 14)
Reprography Unit, BIS, New Delhi, India

Drinks and Carbonated Beverages Sectional Committee, FAD 14

FOREWORD
This Indian Standard ( Second Revision) was adopted by the Bureau of Indian Standards, after the
draft finalized by the Drinks and Carbonated Beverages Sectional Committee had been approved by
the Food and Agriculture Division Council.
In a tropical country like India, the carbonated beverages industry has an important place. The
quality of a carbonated beverage depends on the quality of the various ingredients that go in its
manufacture - water. acidulants, sweetening agents. emulsifiers and stabilizers, flavour,
colour and carbon dioxide being the most important ones. The hygienic conditions of the units
producing carbonated beverages also need vigilant control to safeguard public health.

This standard was originally issued in 1963 and then revised in 1973, in which maximum permissible
limits of thole ingredients which in excess could adversely affect human health were specified.
In this second revision, the scope of this standard has been widened to include beverages for dietetic
purposes, containing electrolyte mixtures, flavoured and sweetened carbonated water with fruit juice,
fruit pulp and fruit concentrates, keeping in view the existing trade practices. Several requirements
on ingredients have been updated in order to bring the standard in line with existing regulatory
requirements and manufacturing practices.
In view of the different varieties of carbonated beverages produced in the country, it has not been
possible to include in the standard the exact or even the range of proportions of different ingredients
required for the different varieties of the carbonated beverages.
In the preparation of this standard, due consideration has been given to the provisions of the
Prevention of Food Adulteration Act, 1954 and the rules framed thereunder. This standard is
subject to the restrictions imposed under these, wherever applicable.
For the purpose of deciding whether a particular requirement of this standard is complied with, the
final value. observed or calculated, expressing the result of a test or analysis, shall be rounded off in
accordance with IS 2 : 1960 'Rules for rounding off numerical values (revised )'. The number of
significant places retained in the rounded off value should be the lame as that of the specified value
in this standard.

IS 2346 : 1992

Indian Standard

CARBONATEDBEVERAGES-SPECIFICATION
( Second Revision)
I SCOPE

5.1.8 Non-nutritive Sweeteners - No artificial


sweetener except saccharin shall be added. A1110unt

This standard prescribes tbe requirements and the


metbocls of sampling and test for carbonated

of saccharin in tbe product shall not exceed by


100 mg/kg, when determined by tbe method given

bevenges.

in Annex B.

Z REFERENCES

S.I.9 Flavour;"g Agents - As permitted under tbe


Prevention 01 Food Ad"lteratio" Rules, 1955.

The Indian Standards listed in Annex A Ire necessary


adjuncts to this standard.

5.1.10 Food Colours -

Prevention of Food

As permitted under the

Adllll~ration Ru/~s,

1955.

5.1.11 Acid,,'ants As ~rmitted under the


Prevention of Food Adulteration Rilles, 1955.

3 TERMINOLOGY
Clrboftlted beverages sban mean non-alcoholic

beverlges cODtaining dissolved carbon dioxide in


properly sealed containen or dispensing units.

5.1.12 Clo"ding Agents - As permitted under the


Pret'entio" of Food Adullerillion Rules; 1955.

4 TYPES

5.1.13 Fooming Agents - As permitted under tbe


Prevention of Food Ad,,'teration Rules; 1955.

Clrbonatecl bevengea sbell be of tbe following


types:

5.1.14 Emulsifying and Stabilizing Agents - As


permitted under tbe Preventio" ofFood Adulteration
Rules, 1955.

I) Flavoured and sweetened carbonated


beverages;

5.1.15 Vitamins and Minerals - As permitted under


the Prevention of Food Ad"lterQtio" Rilles, 1955.

b) CarboDited wlter or sod. Wiler witb or


without permitted Oavoun;
c) Flavoured Ind sweetened carbonated wlter
with dietetic/electrolyte mixtures in
fonnulation; and
d) Fllvoured Ind Iwceteneu carbonated wlter
with fruit juice, fruit pulp Ind fruit

5.1.16 Sodium Bicarbonate, Food Grade


5.1.17 Edible Common Salt IS 253 :. 1970.

Contorming to

5.1.11 Caffeine.:- Conforming to IS 11911 : 1986.


Quantity of c..fTeine shan not be more than
200 mg/kg.

concelltrltea.

5.1.19 Q"inme Salts Conforming to Indiln


Pblrmacopoeil, nol exceeding 100 mglkg cakulatrd
u quiniae sulphate.

5 INGREDIENTS

5.1 CarboDlted bevCllges 1liiy be prepared from the


iapedientl lilted uDder 5.1.1 to 5.1.2Z wh,cb shall
meet the Iequ.i~meDIi of the relevant Indian Standlrd
or _Itltutory JequiremeD", I. tbe case _may be. '

5.1.20 PreMr\ltlt;ves -

As permitted under tbe


Prevention of Food Adulteration Rules; 1955.

5.1.1 S"Iar (see IS 1679 : 1960)

5.1.21 Anti-oxidants - As- permitted under tbe


Prevention of Food Adulteration Rules, 1955.

5.1.2 Liquid Glucose

5.1.22 Anti-/CHlming A~nl$ --As permitted under


the Prevention of Food Adult~mtion Rilles, 1955.

(Sft

IS 873 : 1956)

5.1.3

~ MOIIohydrtlle (see

S.IA

fllllBt

IS 874 : 1965)

5.1.23 Carbon Dioxide -

Conforming to Grade 2

of IS 307 : 1966.

S",.,

'.1.5 F",CItMC

, REQUIREMENTS

5.1.6 LtlCItNM

6.1 HYaieDIc Coadltlonl

5.1.1 HOIIq (Grade Specill or A or IS 4941 : 1974),

ClrboDlted beverages shill be I11Inuflctured ill

IS 2346 : 1992

7 PACKING

factories maintained in hygienic conditions in


accordance with IS 5837 : 1970.

7.1 Contalnen
6.2 Description
The carbonated beverages shaIJ be filled in glass
containers conforming to IS 1107 : 1957. It Dtay
also be filled in cans, food-grade plastic containers
and dispensing units.

Carbonated beverages shall be free from insect and


rodent contamination, skins, and shall be Cree from
other extraneous matter. Clear carbonated beverages
sblll be of sparkling clarity and shall remain so
when stored under normal conditions. The cloudy
beverages shall be stable.

7.% All containers in which carbonated bevera~cs


are packed shall be cleaned and sanitized according
to 4.1 of IS 5837 : 1970.

6.3 Flavour
The
and
tbe
and

7.3 The containers shall be filled under strictly sanitary


conditions (IS 5837 : 1970). After filling, tbe containers
shall be bermetically sealed witb clean, new crown
corks confonning to IS 1994 : 1961.

carbonated beverages shall have 8 well-balanced


pleasant flavour. The carbonated beverages of
flavoured type shall be free from off-flavours
off-odours.

7.4 Inspection or Empty and Filled Contalnen

6.4 Sugar Content


Containers, both before and after tilling, sball pass
for inspection before a brightly illuminated background
and be viewed, if necessary, under magnification.
Automatic inspection by specially designed units may
also be employed, Defective containers or products
shall be rejected.

In the case of sweetened carbonated beverages


except spiced beverages, the product on being
tested after removal of tbe carbon dioxide shall
record a brix hydrometer value of not less. tban
8 degrees at 200C. In tbe case of dietetic/diabetic
beverages, the brix hydrometer value may be 0'00
degree at 200C.

8 MARKING

6.5 Carbonation

The container shall legibly and indelibly bear the


following information in addition to any other
information as is necessary under the Prevention of
Food Adulteration Act, 1954 and tbe Rilles framed
thereunder, and Standards of Weights and Measures
(Packaged Commodities) Rules, 1977:

The beverages shall be carbonated witb carbon


dioxide conforming to Grade 2 of IS 307 : 1966
to a pressure in accordance with their character. The
carbonated beverages shall, however, have a
minirnum of one VOlU1UC of carbon dioxide. A
recommended method for tbe measurement of gas
volume is given in Annex C.

a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
t)

NOTE - The aas volume is tbe amount of carbon dioxide


lhe Wiler will absorb .1, lhe normal atmospheric pressure a'

t'-56OC.

6.6 The material shall also conform to the


requirements given in Table 1.

Name of tbe product;


Name and address of tbe manufacturer;
Date of manufacture;
Batch number;
Net volume of content; and
Any otber declaration required under the
Prevention ofFood Adulteration Rules, 1955.

Table 1 Requirements for Carbonated Beverages

( Clause 6.6 )
81
No.

C......cterlsllc

Requlre....t

Method 01 Test
(Rei 10 ...... Sa-ciani,

(I)

(2)

(3)

(4)

I)
iI)

Arsenic, . . . "'tI;

iii)

Copper.

Iv)

lroa, milt,. Mu

v)
vi)
vii)

Lead,

0.25
0.5
1.5

malk Alu

mllkl. Mtlx

0.'
'0

Tolil plate count, per mI,Mtu


CoUfonn counl, In 100 ml

Yeast Ind ft!C)ul~,*'-~

0
.

~,

CI12 of
CI 14 of
CI 15 of
CI 13 of

IS 68'4: 1973

IS 6854 : lt73
IS ~4 : 1973

"IS 68~4 : 1973


15 5402 : 1969
IS '401 : 1969
IS 5403 : 1969

IS 2346: 1992
9 SAMPLING

10.2 Quality or Reagents

9.1 Representative samples of tbe material shall be


drawn as prescribed in Annex D.

Unless otherwise specified, pure chemicals sball


be employed in tests, Ind distilled water (see
IS 1070 : 1992) shall be used wherever the use of
water as a reagent is intended.

10 rrESTS

10.1 Test sball be carried out as prescrlbed in tbe


appropriate appendices specified in the clauses.

NOTE - 'Pure chemicals shall mean chemic.ls lhal do nol


cODlain impurilies wbich .rred Ibe mullS or analysis.

ANNEXA

( Clause 2)
LIST OF REFERRED INDIAN STANDARDS
IS No.

Title

IS No.
253 : 1985

Edible
re,';s;on)

307 : 1966
873 : 1974

Carbon dioxide (second revision)


Liquid glucose (first revision)
rtexlrose monohydrate (second
revision)
Reagent grade water

874 : 1975

1070 : 1992
1107 : 1986
1679 : 1960
1994 : 1987
4251 : 1967
4905 : 1968

COnll110n

sa It

4941' : 1974
5345 : 1978

(third

5401 : 1969
5402 : 1969

Specification (third revision)


Aented water glass bottles, crown
finisb type (second revision )
Sugar used in food preservation
industry
Crown closures (second revision)
Quality tolerances for water for
processed food industry
, Methods for random sampling

5403 : 1969
5837 : 1970

68S4 : 1973

11911 : 1986

Title

Extracted honey (first revision)


Sodium saccharin, food grade iflrs:
revision)
Methods

for

detection

and

estimation of coliform bacteria in


foodstuffs
Method for plate count of bacteria
in foodstuffs
Metbod for yeast and 1110uld count
in foodstuffs
Code for bygienic conditions of soft
drink manufacturing units
Methods of sampling and test for
ingredients used in media for
microbiological work
Caffeine, food grade

ANNEXB
( Clause 5.1.8 )
DETERMINATION OF SACCHARIN

unit with an uhra-violet (UV) detector a I 254 nun


wave length is used IJr detennination
saccharin
content in clrbo.ted beverages. Acetic ac;id is used
IS DlObile plllse.

11-1 GENERAL

or

Two metboda blve been prescribed for


determiDltioll of 'Iceblrin content in Clrbolllted
beverages, namely volumetric metbod (Metbod I) Ind

higb perfOl1lllnce liquid chromatography (HPLC)

8-3.2 Apparatus

method (Metbod II). Metbod II shill be the referee


method in case of Iny dispute.

8-3.2.1 HPLC Unit


The instrument slllfl be equipped witb a printerplotter-cum-integrltor Ind UV detector. The
suggestive parameters are given below and these
Cln be varied provided standardization is done:

B-JMETHOD I
B-2.1 Reagents
)1..2.1.1 Hydrochloric Acid

CO/limn

Stainless steel, 300 mm x 4 nun;


packed with silici (S um particle
size).

11-2.1.2 Nessler Reagent

Detector

UV (254 om)

Dissolve 143 8 sodium bydroxide in 950 mJ wster


and filter through ISbestos. Add SO g red mercuric

Mobi/e Phase

20 percent (vlv) acetic acid


buffered to pH 3.0 with saturated
sodium lcellte solution. Modify'
with 0-2 percent isopropanol to
obtain baseline resolution and

36.5 to 38.0 percent.

iodide to the filtrate and dilute witb water to 1 litre

and mix tllorougbly. Let tbe solution to settle Ind

use the lupel1lltlnt solution.


8-2.1.3 AmmOlliwn

Ch'o,id~ Solution

retention times of standards from


mixed stand.ret solution in about
10 minutes. Solution will be
stable for 2-3 days. Degas prior
to use. Alternatively, acetic acid
of lower concentntion IItlY be
used, Ind for some COIUIlUlS, RlIY
be necessary to obtain retention
and/or resolution. Acetic acid of
lower concentration '018y give
longer retention time, for
example, S percent (vlv) solution
elutes compounds in 3S 1l1inutes.

(NH.CI)

Pre~re IlIadlld ammonium chloride solution


equlvllent to 100 parts per million insoluble fonn
of IIccblrin OD the besis tut 0.292 g of ammonium
chloride i. equivalent to 1 8 of siccharin.

B-Z-Z ProftcIun
8-2.3 AcId 2 mI bydrocbloric acid to SO mJ Simple
in a aepantiag fuDnel. Extrlct with two SO ml portions
of ether. Filter etber extract tbrougb conon Ind Wish
combined filtrate with about .s mJ water containing
1 drop of hydrochloric acid. ScpInte tbe ether Ilyer
and evaporate tbe dryness on Water-bath. Add to tbe
residue, 5 mI ammoniafree Wlter and S ml
bydrocblo~ acid. EVlporate tbe solution to about
1 mJ on a bot-plate, stirring constlntly. Apin add
5 ad ammonia-free Wiler and 6 ml bydrochloricacid
aDd eViporate to about 1 mi. Dilute to 50 mI witb
ammonia-free water and tben dilute 2 ani of this
IOlulion to 25 mI with ammonia-free water. And
1 mI of Neuler ~ge",. Compere this witb Immonium

chloride

Flow Rate

2 ml/min

Sample Size

10 Jil

B-3..z.z

Millipore Filter

Pore size shill be 0.45

~m.

8-3.3 Reap.ta
8-3.3.1 Sodium Stlcehorin Reference StlIndard
Known Purity

IO)UtiOD.

01

B-2A Cablalloa

8-3.4 Proc:ecIan

0.292 1 I NH4C - L-l I llce_rin illlOluble from


<CANO.S)ail 1.3178 Nlilit (C,H.N NIOJS~O).

B-3A.l

B-3METBOD 0

Prep-Ie slindard solution to contain 0.50 niwot) of


sodium saccharin.
'~

11-3.1 PrlDelple

8-3.4.2 PreparQtioll

hip

PreJNI,.tio" of StIi"dtlrd Solutioll

performaace liquid cblODlitoppb (HPLC)

o~.SQmple

Soilltio"

Take I qUlatiay of sample and decarbonatc by


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IS 1346 : t 992
agitation or ultrasonic treatment, If free,of particulate
Inaner, inject directly. If particulate matlcr is present,
filter through millipore filter, discarding first few
millilitre of the filtrate.
'

B-3-S Calculation

8-3.4.3 Determination

wbere

Saccharin content

A )( VI )( C )( 0.1

AI )( V

A = average pelk lrea of sample injected;


VI
volume, in mJ of standardsolutioninjected;
C concentntion of Ilindarel in nlg1m1;
Al
average pelk lrel of standard; and
V
volume, in ml of Simple solution injected.

Inject 10 J.&I of. tbe standard solution in dupliCite.


Peak heights should agree (within < 2.5%). Inject
,tbe same volume of prepared semple solution in
duplicate. Measure tbe peak areas of standard and
sample components.

=
=

ANNEXC
( C lause 6.5 )
METHOD OF MEASURING GAS VOLUME

c-i APPARATUS

C-Z PROCEDURE

C-l.1 The apparatus consists of 8 pressure gauge


baving a,. bollow spike witb holes in its side. The
bottle' is insetted from the side into the slot provided
in tbe neck of the carbon dioxide tester and is secured
in place by tightening with a tbreaded system. The
pressure gauge is inserted until tbe needle point
toucbes the crown cork. There is sniff valve on
tbe gauge stem wbich is kept closed until tbe needle
point of tbe pressure gauge is forced tbrough the
crown cork. The reading is noted on the gauge.

C-Z.! Clamp tbe bottle in the frame oftbe gas volume


tester. Pierce tbe crown cork but do not sbake the

bottle. Sniff off the top gas quickly until the gauge
reading drops to zero. Make certain to close the valve
tbe instant the needle touches zero in the pressure
gauge. Shake tbe bottle vigorously until tbe gauge
gives a reading tballdditioftll sblking does not
change. Record the pressure. Note the temperature
and record it. Obtain the volume of gas from
Table 2 of IS 2346 : 1973.

ANNEXD
(Clause 9.1)
SAMPLING OF CARBONATED BEVERAGES

requirements shall depend on tbe size of the lot and


shall be in accordance with Table 3.

D-l SCALE OF SAMPLING

0-1.1 Lot
Table 3 Number

or Bottles

to be Selected

for S... pIIDK

All bottles in I consignment belonging to the same


batch of manufacture shall constitute a lot. If tbe
consignlucnt is decllrtd to consist of different batcbes
of manufacture, bottles of tbe same balch shall be
grouped togetber and each group so formed shall
constitute I separate lot.

t Clause
No. 01 Baal_

0.1.2)
No.

...... Lot

or BoUIeI

to be

Selected for
~

Microbloloaical

Odler Tests

Tills

0-1.1.1 Samples sball be tested from each lot for


ascertaining conformity to the requirements of tbe
standard.

(I)

(2)

(3)

Up to 1 300

12
18
24

24

1 301 10 3 200
3 201 and above

01.2 The I1UI11ber of bottles to be selected from


lot for testing (or the microbiologica! and other
5

18

30

IS 2346: 1992
D-l.3 The bottles to be selected for testing shall be
chosen at random from the lot and for this purpose
nndom number tables (see IS 4905 : 1968) shall
be used. In case sucb tables are not Ivailable, the
following procedure may be adopted.

shall be for tbe purchaser, aDOtber for the veDdor


and tbe third for the referee.
D-2.3 Referee SalDples

Referee samplesshall CODSist of I set of ample bottles


for microbiological tests (see D.2.1) and I set of
sample bottles for other tests (see D2-Z) Ind sball
bear the seals of the pulCblser a~d the vendor (or
their representatives) aDd shall be kept It place
agreed to between the two.

Starting from any bottle, count them as 1, 2,


3....up to r. Every rtb bottle thus counted shall
be withdrawn, r being the integral part of
NI", where N is the total number of bottles in
the lot and n the total number of bottles to be
chosen.

0-3 TESTING OF SAMPLES


0-2 TEST SAMPLES AND REFEREE SAMPLES
0-3.1 Tests of MIcrobiological Requlreaaeau

D-Z.l Samples for MIcrobiological Testa


The Simple bottles obtained as in D...2.1 shall be
tested for all the microbiological requirements.

The sample bottles selected for microbiological tests


(see col 2 of Table 3) shall be divided It random
into three equalsets and labelled with all the particulars
of sampling. One of these sets of sample bottles
shall be for tbe purchaser, anotber for the vendor
Ind the third for the referee.

D-3.2 Test for Other Requlremeats

Sample bottles obtained as in 0-2.2 shall be' tested


for all tbe otber requirements.

D-2.2 Samples for Other Tests

D-4 CRITERIA FOR CONFORMITY

Tbc Simple bottles selected for other tests (see


col 3 of Table 3) shall be divided at random into
three equal sets Ind libelled with all tbe particulars
of sampling. One of these sets of sample bottles

D-4.1 Lot shall be considered as confonning to the


requirements of tbis standard if all tbe samples tested
(see D-3.1 Ind D-3.2) satisfy the requirements
specified in the standard.

Bureau of Indian Standarda


BIS is a statutory institutionestablished underthe Bureau oflndtan Standards Act, 1986 to promoteharmonious
development of the activities of standardization, marking and quality certification of goods and attending to
connected matters in the country.
.

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the prior permission in writing of BIS. This does not preclude the free use, in the course of implementing the
standard, of necessary details, such as symbols and sizes, type or grade designations. Enquiries relating to
copyright be addressed to the Director (Publications), BIS.
Review of Indian Standard.
Amendments are issued to standards as the need arises on the basis of comments. Standards are also reviewed
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needed; if the review indicates that changes are needed, it is taken up for revision. Users of Indian Standards
should ascertain that they are in possession of the latest amendments or edition by referring to the latest issue
of 'BIS Handbook' and 'Standards: Monthly Additions'.
This Indian Standard has been developed from Doc: No. FAD 14 (4204 ).
Amendments Issued Slnce Publication
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