BS EN 10222-1:2017 - TC - Tracked Changes. Steel forgings for pressure purposes. General requirements for open die forgings

BS EN 10222-1:2017 - TC

Tracked Changes. Steel forgings for pressure purposes. General requirements for open die forgings

Status : Current   Published : February 2020

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Standard NumberBS EN 10222-1:2017 - TC
TitleTracked Changes. Steel forgings for pressure purposes. General requirements for open die forgings
StatusCurrent
Publication Date24 February 2020
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 10222-2:2017, EN 10228-3:2016, EN 10021:2006, EN 10027-2:2015, EN 10222-4:2017, EN 10168:2004, EN ISO 14284:2002, EN ISO 377:2013, EN ISO 6892-1:2016, EN 10222-5:2017, EN ISO 9606-1:2013, EN ISO 148-1 (ISO 148-1:2016) AS, EN 10228-1:2016, EN 10228-2:2016, EN 10079:2007, EN 10027-1:2016, EN 10222-3:2017, EN ISO 6892-2:2011, EN 10204:2004, EN 10228-4:2016, EN 10052, EN ISO 15609-1:2004, EN ISO 15614-1:2004, EN ISO 3651-2:1998, EN ISO 15607:2003
Informative References(Provided for Information)CEN/TR 10261:2013
DescriptorsSteels, Shape, Sampling methods, Tensile testing, Production, Dimensions, Thickness, Bars (materials), Annular shape, Pressure equipment, Delivery, Forgings, Rolling, Mechanical properties of materials, Surface treatment, Chemical composition, Consumer-supplier relations, Inspection, Marking, Designations, Dimensional tolerances, Surface defects, Classification systems, Test specimens, Specimen preparation, Instructions for use, Open, Mechanical testing
ICS77.140.30
77.140.85
CommitteeISE/111
ISBN978-0-539-08325-5
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages66
File Size3.674 MB
Price£280.00


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