BS EN 1337-6:2004 - Structural bearings. Rocker bearings – BSI British Standards

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BS EN 1337-6:2004

Structural bearings. Rocker bearings

Status : Current   Published : July 2004



This European Standard, a part of the BS EN 1337 series, specifies the requirements for the design and manufacture of rocker bearings. In order to accommodate displacements rocker bearings can be combined with a sliding element in accordance with BS EN 1337-2.

Bearings which are subjected to rotation greater than 0.05 rad resulting from the characteristic combination of actions are outside the scope of this part of BS EN 1337. This standard does not apply to rocker bearings made with materials other than those specified in clause 5.

Standard NumberBS EN 1337-6:2004
TitleStructural bearings. Rocker bearings
Publication Date28 July 2004
Cross ReferencesEN 1337-1:2000, EN 1337-2:2004, EN 1337-7l, EN 1337-9:1997, EN 1337-10, EN 1990, EN 10025, EN 10083-1, EN 10083-2, EN 10088-2, EN 10160, EN 10204, EN ISO 4287, ISO 4287:1997, EN ISO 6506-1, ISO 6506-1:1999, ISO 1083l, ISO 3755, EN ISO 9000:2000, ISO 9000:2000, EN ISO 9001:2000, ISO 9001:2000, EN ISO 9004:2000, ISO 9004:2000, 89/106/EEC
International RelationshipsEN 1337-6:2004
Draft Superseded By94/109478 DC
DescriptorsBearings, Structural members, Rocker bearings, Plain bearings, Structural design, Structural systems, Steels, Cast-iron, Loading, Mechanical properties of materials, Tolerances (measurement), Conformity, Bridges
Title in FrenchAppareils d'appui structuraux. Appareils d'appui a balanciers
Title in GermanLager im Bauwesen. Kipplager
ISBN0 580 44116 4
File Size299.4 KB

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