BS 751:1992 - Specification for steel baseplates for flat bottom railway rails

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BS 751:1992

Specification for steel baseplates for flat bottom railway rails

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : December 1992 Replaced By : BS ISO 6305-2:2007

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Standard NumberBS 751:1992
TitleSpecification for steel baseplates for flat bottom railway rails
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date15 December 1992
Confirm Date01 March 2004
Withdrawn Date31 October 2007
Cross ReferencesBS 5750:Part 1, BS 5750:Part 2, BS 5750:Part 3, BS EN 10002-1, BS EN 10025, BS 6001:Part 1, BS 6001:Part 2, BS 6001:Part 3, ISO 6305-2
Replaced ByBS ISO 6305-2:2007
ReplacesBS 751:1959
Draft Superseded By91/38173 DC
DescriptorsRail base plates, Railway track, Railway fixed equipment, Railway equipment, Flat-bottom rails, Railway rails, Steels, Tensile strength, Tensile testing, Strength of materials, Dimensional tolerances, Marking, Elongation, Dimensional changes, Holes, Finishes, Defects, Test specimens, Quality control, Inspection, Grades (quality), Rolling, Hot-working, Sampling methods Railway applications
ICS45.080
Title in FrenchPlaques d'assise en acier pour rails de chemins de fer a base plate. Specifications
Title in GermanRandplatten aus Stahl fur Breitfussschienen
CommitteeRAE/2
ISBN0 580 20980 6
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages12
File Size408.6 KB
Price£62.00


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