BS ISO 4990:2015 - Steel castings. General technical delivery requirements

BS ISO 4990:2015

Steel castings. General technical delivery requirements

Status : Current, Under review   Published : September 2015



This International Standard specifies the general technical delivery requirements for the supply of steel, nickel, and cobalt alloy castings, including the requirements for the selection and preparation of samples and test pieces.

When a material or product standard differ from this delivery specification, the material or product standard shall apply. In the case of investment castings, ISO 16468 will apply.

This International Standard also specifies a group of supplementary requirements which may be applied to steel, nickel, and cobalt alloy castings. These requirements are provided for use when additional testing or inspection is desired and apply only when individually specified by the purchaser.

Standard NumberBS ISO 4990:2015
TitleSteel castings. General technical delivery requirements
StatusCurrent, Under review
Publication Date30 September 2015
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 6892-2, ISO 4987, ISO 4992-2, ISO 148-1, ISO 4993, ISO 6892-1, ISO 4992-1, ISO 18265, ISO 4986, ISO 11970, ISO 6506-1, ISO 10474, ISO 14284, ISO 4948-1, ISO 404:2013, ISO 6929:2013, ISO 11971, ISO 3651-2
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 8062-3, ISO 4948-2:1981
International RelationshipsISO 4990:2015
Draft Superseded By13/30252100 DC
DescriptorsQuality control, Construction materials, Cast steels, Welded joints, Buildings, Castings, Mechanical properties of materials, Construction engineering works, Structures, Steels, Chemical composition, Conformity
Title in FrenchPièces moulées en acier. Conditions techniques générales de fourniture
ISBN978 0 580 76493 6
File Size1.025 MB

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