BS EN ISO 14713-3:2009 - Zinc coatings. Guidelines and recommendations for the protection against corrosion of iron and steel in structures. Sherardizing – BSI British Standards

BS EN ISO 14713-3:2009

Zinc coatings. Guidelines and recommendations for the protection against corrosion of iron and steel in structures. Sherardizing

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : February 2010 Replaced By : BS EN ISO 14713-3:2017

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BS EN ISO 14713-3:2009 Zinc coatings. Guidelines and recommendations for the protection against corrosion of iron and steel in structures. Sherardizing

BS EN ISO 14713-3 provides guidelines and recommendations regarding the general principles of design that are appropriate for articles to be sherardized for corrosion protection.

The protection afforded by the sherardized coating to the article will depend upon the method of application of the coating, the design of the article and the specific environment to which the article is exposed. The sherardized article can be further protected by application of additional coatings (outside the scope of this part of ISO 14713), such as organic coatings (wet paints or powder coatings). When applied to sherardized articles, this combination of coatings is often known as a “duplex system”.

The maintenance of corrosion protection in service for steel with sherardized coatings is outside the scope of this part of BS EN ISO 14713-3.

Specific product-related requirements (e.g. for sherardized coatings on fasteners or tubes, etc.) will take precedence over these general recommendations.

Contents of BS EN ISO 14713-3:

Introduction
1 Scope
2 Normative references
3 Terms and definitions
4 Design for sherardizing
4.1 General
4.2 Surface preparation
4.3 Design considerations
4.4 Clearances of threaded components
5 Storage and transport
5.1 General
5.2 Recommendations for storage and transport
6 Effects of article condition on quality of sherardizing
6.1 Composition
6.2 Surface condition
6.3 Influence of steel surface roughness on the sherardized coating thickness
6.4 Internal stresses in the base material
6.5 Large objects and thick steels
7 Effect of sherardizing process on the article
7.1 Processing circumstances
7.2 Coating properties influenced by the sherardizing process
8 After-treatments
Bibliography

 




Standard NumberBS EN ISO 14713-3:2009
TitleZinc coatings. Guidelines and recommendations for the protection against corrosion of iron and steel in structures. Sherardizing
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date28 February 2010
Withdrawn Date08 June 2017
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 18265, EN 13811, ISO 8044, ISO 12944-5
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN 15773, EN 13438
Replaced ByBS EN ISO 14713-3:2017
ReplacesBS EN ISO 14713:1999
International RelationshipsEN ISO 14713-3 Corr 1 (03/10)
Amended ByCorrigendum, April 2010
DescriptorsSherardizing, Structures, Conversion coating, Welding, Corrosion protection, Metal sections, Structural steels, Surface treatment, Passivation, Corrosion resistance, Metal coatings, Iron, Corrosion, Thickness, Fasteners, Steels, Zinc, Design, Threaded fasteners
ICS25.220.40
91.080.10
Title in FrenchRevêtements de zinc. Lignes directrices et recommandations pour la protection contre la corrosion du fer et de l'acier dans les constructions. Shérardisation
Title in GermanZinküberzüge. Leitfäden und Empfehlungen zum Schutz von Eisen- und Stahlkonstruktionen vor Korrosion. Sherardisieren
CommitteeSTI/34
ISBN978 0 580 70921 0
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages16
File Size618 KB
Price£130.00


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