BS EN ISO 15620:2019 - Welding. Friction welding of metallic materials

BS EN ISO 15620:2019

Welding. Friction welding of metallic materials

Status : Current   Published : July 2019



This document specifies requirements for the friction welding of components manufactured from metals.

It specifies requirements particular to rotational friction welding related to welding knowledge, quality requirements, welding procedure specification, welding procedure approval and welding personnel.

This document is appropriate where a contract, an application standard or a regulatory requirement requires the demonstration of the manufacturer's capability to produce welded constructions of a specified quality. It has been prepared in a comprehensive manner to be used as a reference in contracts. The requirements given can be adopted in full or some can be deleted, if not relevant to the construction concerned.

Standard NumberBS EN ISO 15620:2019
TitleWelding. Friction welding of metallic materials
Publication Date03 July 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 17637, ISO 17638, ISO 13588, ISO 10863, ISO 3452-1, ISO 4063, ISO 17643, ISO 17640
ReplacesBS EN ISO 15620:2000
International RelationshipsEN ISO 15620:2019,ISO 15620:2019
Draft Superseded By17/30353039 DC
DescriptorsQuality assurance, Approval testing, Process control, Welding with pressure, Welders, Quality, Metalworking, Welding, Friction welding, Capability approval, Metals, Personnel
Title in FrenchSoudage. Soudage par friction des matériaux métalliques
Title in GermanSchweißen. Reibschweißen von metallischen Werkstoffen
ISBN978 0 580 96750 4
File Size2.398 MB

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