BS ISO 9587:2007 - Metallic and other inorganic coatings. Pretreatment of iron or steel to reduce the risk of hydrogen embrittlement

BS ISO 9587:2007

Metallic and other inorganic coatings. Pretreatment of iron or steel to reduce the risk of hydrogen embrittlement

Status : Confirmed, Current   Published : December 2007

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Standard NumberBS ISO 9587:2007
TitleMetallic and other inorganic coatings. Pretreatment of iron or steel to reduce the risk of hydrogen embrittlement
StatusConfirmed, Current
Publication Date31 December 2007
Confirm Date16 January 2017
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 12686, ISO 2080
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
ReplacesBS ISO 9587:1999
International RelationshipsISO 9587:2007
DescriptorsClassification systems, Coatings, Protective coatings, Metal coatings, Steels, Embrittlement, Temperature, Heat treatment, Strength of materials, High-tensile steels, Iron, Coatings technology, Stress relieving, Hydrogen, Tensile strength
ICS25.220.20
25.220.40
Title in FrenchRevêtements métalliques et autres revêtements inorganiques. Prétraitements du fer ou de l'acier visant à réduire le risque de fragilisation par l'hydrogène
Title in GermanMetallische und andere anorganische Überzüge. Vorbehandlung von Eisenwerkstoffen zur Vermeidung von wasserstoffinduziertem Sprödbruch
CommitteeSTI/33
ISBN978 0 580 59787 9
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages10
File Size321 KB
Price£110.00


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