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MAK value

The "maximum workplace concentration" is the maximum permissible concentration of a substance (gas, steam, suspended matter) at which no health damage is to be expected, even if the concentration is usually 8 hours a day or a maximum of 40 hours a week is exposed. Since 2005 there has been a new limit value concept called AGW (workplace limit value) and BGW (biological limit value). Even with the winemaking such limit values apply, e.g. Sterilization with ozone, See also for substance limits below ADI (acceptable daily intake).

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