BS 417-2:1987 - Specification for galvanized low carbon steel cisterns, cistern lids, tanks and cylinders. Metric units

BS 417-2:1987

Specification for galvanized low carbon steel cisterns, cistern lids, tanks and cylinders. Metric units

Status : Confirmed, Current   Published : September 1987

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Capacities are from 18 L to 3364 L for cisterns, 95 L to 115 L for tanks and 73 L to 441 L for cylinders. Takes account of the New Model Water Byelaws requirements and reflects changes to other specifications in this area.




Standard NumberBS 417-2:1987
TitleSpecification for galvanized low carbon steel cisterns, cistern lids, tanks and cylinders. Metric units
StatusConfirmed, Current
Publication Date30 September 1987
Confirm Date01 November 2017
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
ReplacesBS 417-2:1973
DescriptorsScrewed fittings, Galvanizing, Designations, Lids, Pressure testing, Hot-water cylinders, Grades (quality), SI system (metric), Bulk storage containers, Deformation, Steels, Water storage cisterns, Materials in contact with food, Stays, Low-carbon steels, Covers, Volume, Pipe connections, Design, Position, Holes, Water supply (buildings), Water storage, Dimensions, Marking, Welding, Leak tests, Tanks (containers)
ICS91.140.60
Title in FrenchCiternes, couvercles de citernes, réservoirs et bouteilles en acier à bas carbone galvanisé. Spécifications. Unités métriques
Title in GermanRechteckige offene und geschlossene Behaelter, runde geschlossene Behaelter und Behaelterdeckel aus verzinktem weichen unlegierten Stahl. Metrische Einheiten
CommitteeB/504
ISBN0 580 15895 0
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages20
File Size1.325 MB
Price£130.00


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