This European Standard specifies the technical delivery conditions for forgings for pressure purposes, made of weldable fine grain steels with high proof strength.
NOTE   Once this standard is published in the EU Official Journal (OJEU) under Directive 2014/68/EU, presumption of conformity to the Essential Safety Requirements (ESRs) of Directive 2014/68/EU is limited to technical data of materials in this standard and does not presume adequacy of the material to a specific item of equipment. Consequently, the assessment of the technical data stated in this material standard against the design requirements of this specific item of equipment to verify that the ESRs of Directive 2014/68/EU are satisfied, needs to be done. The series EN 10222-1 to EN 10222-5 is structured so that the data related to different materials is in the part allocated for that material. The presumption of conformity to the Essential Safety Requirements of Directive 2014/68/EU depends on both the text in part 1 and the data in part 2, 3, 4 or 5.
General information on technical delivery conditions is given in EN 10021.

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This part of this European Standard specifies the technical delivery conditions for forgings for pressure purposes, made of ferritic and martensitic steels with specified elevated temperature properties. Chemical composition and mechanical properties are specified.
NOTE   Once this standard is published in the EU Official Journal (OJEU) under Directive 2014/68/EU, presumption of conformity to the Essential Safety Requirements (ESRs) of Directive 2014/68/EU is limited to technical data of materials in this standard and does not presume adequacy of the material to a specific item of equipment. Consequently, the assessment of the technical data stated in this material standard against the design requirements of this specific item of equipment to verify that the ESRs of Directive 2014/68/EU are satisfied, needs to be done. The series EN 10222-1 to EN 10222-5 is structured so that the data related to different materials is in the part allocated for that material. The presumption of conformity to the Essential Safety Requirements of Directive 2014/68/EU depends on both the text in part 1 and the data in part 2, 3, 4 or 5.
General information on technical delivery condition is given in EN 10021.

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This European Standard specifies methods for assessing the tin coating on drawn round copper wire for the manufacture of electrical conductors, e.g. according to EN 13602.
This European Standard includes test methods for the determination of the following characteristics:
a)   thickness of the unalloyed tin coating;
b)   continuity of the tin coating;
c)   adherence of the tin coating.
WARNING - This European Standard can involve the use of hazardous materials, operations, and equipment. This standard does not purport to address all of the safety problems associated with their use. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.

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This European Standard specifies the composition, property requirements including electrical properties, and tolerances on dimensions and form for copper rod, bar and wire for general electrical purposes. Cross sections and size ranges are:
-   round, square and hexagonal rod with diameters or widths across flats from 2 mm up to and including 160 mm;
-   bar with thicknesses from 2 mm up to and including 40 mm and widths from 3 mm up to and including 250 mm;
-   round, square, hexagonal and rectangular wire with diameters or widths across flats from 2 mm up to and including 25 mm, as well as thicknesses from 0,5 mm up to and including 12 mm with widths from 1 mm up to and including 250 mm.
The sampling procedures and test methods for verification of conformity to the requirements of this standard are also specified.
NOTE   Drawn, round copper wire - plain or tinned, single or multiline - for the manufacture of electrical conductors is specified in EN 13602.

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This European Standard specifies the composition, property requirements including electrical properties, and tolerances on dimensions and form for copper profiles and profiled wire for electrical purposes, which would fit within a circumscribing circle of maximum 180 mm diameter.
The sampling procedures, the test methods for verification of conformity to the requirements of this standard, and the delivery conditions are also specified.

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ISO 16220:2017 specifies the chemical composition of magnesium alloy ingots and castings. It also specifies the mechanical properties of separately cast samples of these alloys (see Clause 7). By agreement, it also specifies the mechanical properties of magnesium alloy castings determined from samples cut from a casting.

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This document specifies sizes and nominal working pressures for seamless and welded precision steel tubes with outside diameters in accordance with ISO 4397, and wall thicknesses and mechanical properties in accordance with ISO 3305. The nominal working pressures included in this document reflect a design factor ratio of 4 to 1 applied to the calculated burst pressures.

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This document specifies the chemical composition of cast unalloyed magnesium. It specifies classification, designation, testing rules, marking, packing, transportation, storage, and information subject to agreement between the manufacturer and the purchaser. This document applies to cast unalloyed magnesium produced by the silicon-thermo process or molten salt electrolysis process.

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This document specifies general principles for carrying out corrosion tests under conditions of constant immersion. Some of these general principles are applicable to other types of corrosion testing.
This document does not cover important procedures for stress corrosion testing, such as those given in ISO 7539 (all parts).

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This document gives guidelines for the selection of procedures that can be used in the identification and examination of corrosion pits and in the evaluation of pitting corrosion and pit growth rate.

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This document gives the technical delivery requirements for
—   semi-finished products, e.g. blooms, billets, slabs (see note 1),
—   bars (see note 1),
—   wire rod,
—   hot-rolled plates (see note 2), and
—   hammer or drop forgings (see note 1)
manufactured from the nitriding steels listed in Table 3 and supplied in one of the heat-treatment conditions given for the different types of products in Table 1, rows 2 to 5, and in one of the surface conditions given in Table 2.
The steels are generally intended for the fabrication of quenched and tempered and, subsequently, nitriding machine parts.

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This document contains definitions, thread dimension, reference data (minimum bore), supporting information (assembling instructions) and describes the test methods referenced by other parts of the EN 1254 series.
Thread dimensions comprise: wall thickness at threaded portions of fittings, dimensions of tail pipe ends for swivel fittings, dimensions of gas union connectors, thread dimensions and thread profile.
Test methods comprise: leak tightness under internal hydrostatic pressure, leak tightness under internal pneumatic pressure, resistance of joints to static flexural strength, resistance to pull out of joints, leak tightness of joints under vacuum, the resistance of joints to temperature cycling, resistance of joints with metallic tube to vibration, integrity of fabricated fitting bodies or having an 'as cast' microstructure, resistance to stress corrosion, detection of a carbon film on the surface of copper fittings, determination of mean depth of dezincification, resistance of joints to pressure cycling, disconnection and re-use, determining if the diameter and/or the length of engagement of a capillary end is/are within the specified tolerance, determining the minimum length of engagement of an integral solder or brazing ring socket having a formed groove.

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This document specifies product characteristics, assessment methods, compliance criteria and a designation system for capillary fittings with short ends for brazing to copper tubes e.g. EN 1057, EN 13348, EN 13349, EN 12735-1, EN 12735-2, etc. These fitting ends exist in two forms: end feed fittings and integral brazing ring fittings. For the purposes of joining copper tubes, the fitting ends have a size range from 14,7 mm to 159 mm. The fittings are designed for a service lifetime up to fifty years.
The fittings are used up to the operating temperatures and maximum operating pressures as indicated in Annex A.
This document applies to copper alloy fittings. A non-exhaustive list of these copper alloys is given in CEN/TS 13388.
The capillary fittings with short ends for brazing to copper tubes are used with brazing alloys in accordance with alloys specified in EN ISO 17672.
Not all copper alloys that can be used to manufacture fittings can be brazed and those that can be brazed may require different brazing techniques (guidance is provided in in prEN1254-20:2019, Annex A).
Fittings with short ends for capillary brazing may also have threaded end connections. These threaded ends exist with metallic and with non-metallic sealing elements. For the purposes of joining with tubes, pipes, fittings or valves, the threaded ends have a size range from 1/8" to 4".
Adaptor fittings for use with copper tubes may combine short ends for capillary brazing with fitting ends defined in the other parts of EN 1254.
Capillary fittings with short ends for brazing may also have flanged end connections according to EN 1092-3.
Fittings can be produced by machining, metal forming, casting, or fabrication.
Products covered by this standard are intended to be used in:
a)   liquid applications:
-   hot, cold or combined hot and cold water systems according to EN 806;
-   closed heating systems according to EN 12828 and cooling systems;
-   drainage systems;
-   sprinkler systems according to EN 12845;
-   refrigeration systems.
b)   gas applications:
-   natural gas and liquefied petroleum gas systems with a maximum operating pressure less than or equal to 5 bar according to EN 1775;
-   compressed air systems;
-   medical gas systems according to EN ISO 7396;
-   refrigeration systems.

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This document specifies product characteristics, assessment methods, compliance criteria and a designation system for threaded fittings. These threaded ends exist with metallic and with non-metallic sealing elements for the purposes of joining with tubes, pipes, fittings or valves, the threaded ends have a size range from 3,175 mm (1/8") to 101,6 mm (4"). The threaded fittings are designed for a service lifetime up to fifty years.
The fittings are used up to the operating temperatures and maximum operating pressures as indicated in Annex A.
This document applies to copper alloy fittings. A non-exhaustive list of these copper alloys is given in CEN/TS 13388.
Threaded fittings may also have flanged end connections according to EN 1092-3.
Threaded fittings may also have a plated or other decorative surface coating.
Fittings can be produced by machining, metal forming, casting, or fabrication.
Products covered by this document are intended to be used in:
a)   liquid applications:
-   hot, cold or combined hot and cold water systems according to EN 806;
-   closed heating systems according to EN 12828 and cooling systems;
-   drainage systems;
-   sprinkler systems according to EN 12845.
b)   gas applications:
-   natural gas and liquefied petroleum gas systems with a maximum operating pressure less than or equal to 5 bar according to EN 1775;
-   compressed air systems.

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This document specifies product characteristics, assessment methods, compliance criteria of the test results and a designation system for fittings with ends for capillary soldering or capillary brazing for connecting with copper tubes e.g. EN 1057, EN 13348, EN 13349, EN 12735-1, EN 12735-2 etc. For the purposes of joining copper tubes, the fitting ends have a size range from 6 mm to 108 mm. These fitting ends exist in three forms: end feed fittings and integral solder and integral brazing ring fitting ends. The fittings are designed for a service lifetime up to fifty years.
The fittings are used up to the operating temperatures and corresponding maximum operating pressures as indicated in Annex A.
This document applies to copper alloy fittings. A non-exhaustive list of these copper alloys is given in CEN/TS 13388.
The capillary fittings for soldering or brazing to copper tubes are used with solder alloys in accordance with alloys specified in EN ISO 9453 and brazing alloys in accordance with alloys specified in EN ISO 17672.
Adaptor fittings for use with copper tubes may combine capillary soldering or capillary brazing ends with fitting ends defined in the other parts of EN 1254.
Capillary fittings for soldering or brazing may also have flanged end connections according to EN 1092-3.
Capillary fittings for soldering or brazing may also have a plated or other decorative surface coating.
Fittings can be produced by machining, metal forming, casting or fabrication.
Products covered by this standard are intended to be used in:
a)   liquid applications:
-   hot, cold or combined hot and cold water systems according to EN 806;
-   closed heating systems according to EN 12828 and cooling systems;
-   drainage systems;
-   sprinkler systems according to EN 12845;
-   refrigeration systems;
b)   gas applications:
-   natural gas and liquefied petroleum gas systems with a maximum operating pressure less than or equal to 5 bar according to EN 1775;
-   compressed air systems;
-   medical gas systems according to EN ISO 7396;
-   refrigeration systems.

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This document specifies product characteristics, assessment methods, compliance criteria and a designation system for press fittings including their elastomeric seals, for connecting with metallic tubes. The fitting ends have a size range from 6 mm to 108 mm. The press fittings are designed for a service lifetime up to fifty years.
This document is applicable to press fittings for joining one or more of the following tubes:
-   copper tubes to EN 1057 and
-   stainless steel tubes to EN 10312
with wall thicknesses and tempers as specified by the manufacturer.
The fittings are used up to the operating temperatures and maximum operating pressures as indicated in Annex A.
Press fittings are used with tubes with wall thicknesses greater than or equal to the wall thickness given in Annex B, to ensure that tubes can withstand the radial pressing forces involved.
This document applies to copper alloy fittings. A non-exhaustive list of these copper alloys is given in CEN/TS 13388.
Adaptor fittings for use with copper tubes may combine press ends with fitting ends defined in the other parts of EN 1254.
Press fittings for use with metallic tubes may also have flanged end connections according to EN 1092-3.
Press fittings for use with metallic tubes may also have a plated or other decorative surface coating.
Fittings can be produced by machining, metal forming, casting, or fabrication.
Products covered by this standard are intended to be used in:
a)   liquid applications:
-   hot or cold or combined hot and cold water systems according to EN 806;
-   closed heating systems according to EN 12828 and cooling systems;
-   drainage systems;
-   sprinkler systems according to EN 12845.
b)   gas applications:
-   natural gas and liquefied petroleum gas systems with a maximum operating pressure less than or equal to 5 bar according to EN 1775;
-   compressed air systems.

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This document specifies product characteristics, assessment methods, compliance criteria and a designation system for fittings with radial and axial press ends for use with plastics and multilayer pipes. The fitting ends have a size range from 10 mm to 160 mm. The fittings are designed for a service lifetime up to fifty.
This document applies to copper alloy fittings. A non-exhaustive list of these copper alloys is given in CEN/TS 13388.
Adaptor fittings for use with plastic and multilayer pipes may combine press ends with fitting ends defined in the other parts of EN 1254.
Press fittings for use with plastic and multilayer pipes may also have flanged end connections according to EN 1092-3.
Press fittings for use with plastic and multilayer pipes may also have a plated or other decorative surface coating.
Fittings can be produced by machining, metal forming, casting, or fabrication.
Products covered by this standard are intended to be used in:
a)   liquid applications:
-   hot, cold or combined hot and cold water systems according to EN 806;
-   closed heating systems according to EN 12828 and cooling systems;
-   drainage systems;
-   sprinkler systems according to EN 12845;
b)   gas applications:
-   natural gas and liquefied petroleum gas systems with a maximum operating pressure less than or equal to 5 bar according to EN 1775;
-   compressed air systems.

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This document specifies product characteristics, assessment methods, compliance criteria of the test results and a designation system for compression fittings for connecting with copper tubes. Compression fittings exist with sealing elements - metallic and/or non-metallic - called non manipulative (commonly referenced as type A) and without sealing elements, called manipulative (commonly referenced as type B). For the purposes of joining copper tubes, the fitting ends have a size range from 6 mm to 108 mm. The compression fittings are designed for a service lifetime up to fifty years.
The fittings are used up to the operating temperatures and maximum operating pressures as indicated in Annex A.
This document applies to copper alloy fittings. A non-exhaustive list of these copper alloys is given in CEN/TS 13388.
Compression fitting ends, Type A, are used with copper tubes to EN 1057 in all material hardness conditions.
NOTE 1   Compression fittings, Type A, will possibly require an internal support when used with R220 (annealed) copper tube and the manufacturer’s advice should be sought.
Compression fitting ends, Type B, are used with R220 (annealed) or R250 (half-hard) copper tube to EN 1057.
NOTE 2   Compression fittings, Type B, may be used with R290 (hard) copper tube and the manufacturer’s advice should be sought.
Adaptor fittings for use with copper tubes may combine compression ends with fitting ends defined in the other parts of EN 1254.
Compression fittings for use with copper tubes may also have flanged end connections according to EN 1092-3.
Compression fittings for use with copper tubes may also have a plated or other decorative surface coating.
Fittings can be produced by machining, metal forming, casting, or fabrication.
Products covered by this standard are intended to be used in:
a)   liquid applications:
-   hot, cold or combined hot and cold water systems according to EN 806;
-   closed heating systems according to EN 12828 and cooling systems;
-   drainage systems;
-   sprinkler systems according to EN 12845.
b)   gas applications:
-   natural gas and liquefied petroleum gas systems with a maximum operating pressure less than or equal to 5 bar according to EN 1775;
-   compressed air systems.

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This document specifies product characteristics, assessment methods, compliance criteria of test results and a designation system for fittings with compression ends for use with plastic and multilayer pipes which are defined in the applicable pipe standard. For the purposes of joining plastics pipes, the fitting ends have a size range from 10 mm to 160 mm. The fittings are designed for a service lifetime up to fifty years.
The compression fittings are used up to the operating temperatures and maximum operating pressures as indicated in Annex A.
This European Standard applies to copper alloy fittings. A non-exhaustive list of these copper alloys is given in CEN/TS 13388.
Adaptor fittings for use with plastic and multilayer pipes may combine compression ends with fitting ends defined in the other parts of EN 1254.
Compression fittings for use with plastic and multilayer pipes may also have flanged end connections according to EN 1092-3.
Compression fittings for use with plastic and multilayer pipes may also have a plated or other decorative surface coating.
Fittings can be produced by machining, metal forming, casting, or fabrication.
Products covered by this standard are intended to be used in:
a)   liquid applications:
-   Hot, cold or combined hot and cold water systems according to EN 806;
-   closed heating systems according to EN 12828 and cooling systems;
-   drainage systems;
-   sprinkler systems according to EN 12845.
b)   gas applications (not valid for multilayer pipes):
-   natural gas and liquefied petroleum gas systems with a maximum operating pressure less than or equal to 5 bar according to EN 1775;
-   compressed air systems.

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This document specifies product characteristics, assessment methods, compliance criteria and a designation system for push-fit fittings for the purpose of joining tubes of copper, plated copper, multilayer pipes and plastics pipes. The fitting ends have a size range from 6 mm to 54 mm. The fittings are designed for a service lifetime up to fifty years.
This document is applicable to push-fit fittings for joining one or more of the following tubes or pipes:
-   copper tubes to EN 1057; copper composite according to UNI 11342, plastic and multilayer pipes covered by EN 15015.
The fittings are used up to the operating temperatures and maximum operating pressures as indicated in Annex A.
This document applies to copper alloy fittings. A non-exhaustive list of these copper alloys is given in CEN/TS 13388.
Adaptor fittings may combine push-fit ends with fitting ends defined in the other parts of EN 1254.
Push-fit fittings for metallic tubes may also have flanged end connections according to EN 1092-3.
Push-fit fittings may also have a plated or other decorative surface coating.
Fittings can be produced by machining, metal forming, casting, or fabrication.
Products covered by this standard are intended to be used in liquid applications:
-   hot, cold or combined hot and cold water systems according to EN 806;
-   closed heating systems according to EN 12828 and cooling systems;
-   drainage systems;
-   sprinkler systems according to EN 12845.

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This document specifies the conditions for conducting the plane bending fatigue test on an axial machine, constant-amplitude, force or displacement controlled, at room temperature (ideally between 10 °C and 35 °C) on metallic specimens, without deliberately introduced stress concentrations. This document does not include the reversed/partially loading test. The purpose of the test is to provide relevant results, such as the relation between applied stress and number of cycles to failure for a given material condition, expressed by hardness and microstructure, at various stress ratios. Although the shape, preparation and testing of specimens of rectangular and bevelled cross-section are specified, component testing and other specialized forms of testing are not included in this document. Fatigue tests on notched specimens are not covered by this document since the shape and size of notched test pieces have not been specified in any standard so far. Guidelines are given in Annex A. However, the fatigue-test procedures described in this document can be used for testing such notched specimens. It is possible for the results of a fatigue test to be affected by atmospheric conditions. Where controlled conditions are required, ISO 554:1976, 2.1 applies.

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This Part of this European Standard specifies the technical delivery requirements for open die forgings, forged bars and products pre-forged and finished in ring rolling mills, manufactured from stainless steels with ferritic, martensitic, austenitic and austenitic-ferritic structures. Note: The majority of steels listed in this Part of EN 10250 are identical to steels specified EN 10088-3 and more extensive information on properties is given in that European Standard. General information on technical delivery conditions is given in EN 10021.

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This part of EN 12206 specifies requirements and the corresponding methods of test relating to the organic coating of aluminium and aluminium alloy extrusions, sheet and preformed sections for architectural purposes, using coating powders. It also describes:
a)   the pretreatment of the substrate prior to the coating process;
b)   the coating powder;
c)   the coating process;
d)   the final product.
Each item is dealt with separately in this part of EN 12206 so that any interested party can ensure compliance appropriate to its area of responsibility.
CAUTION - The procedures described in this standard are intended to be carried out by suitably trained and/or supervised personnel. The substances and procedures used in this method may be injurious to health if adequate precautions are not taken. Attention is drawn in the text to specific hazards. This standard refers only to technical suitability and does not absolve the user from statutory obligations relating to health and safety.

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This document defines the requirements for the ordering, manufacture, testing, inspection and delivery of steel and heat resisting alloy bars and sections. It shall be applied when referred to and in conjunction with the EN material standard unless otherwise specified on the drawing, order or inspection schedule.

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This document specifies the composition, property requirements including electrical properties, and tolerances on dimensions and form for seamless drawn copper tubes for electrical purposes, delivered in straight lengths or alternatively in level wound coils with the cross-sections and size ranges below:
-   for round tubes in straight lengths with outside diameters from 3 mm up to and including 450 mm and wall thicknesses from 0,3 mm up to and including 10 mm;
-   for round tubes in level wound coils with outside diameters from 3 mm up to and including 30 mm and wall thicknesses from 0,3 mm up to and including 10 mm;
-   for square and rectangular tubes with major outside dimension from 5 mm up to and including 150 mm and wall thicknesses from 0,5 mm up to and including 10 mm.
The sampling procedures and test methods for verification of conformity to the requirements of this document are also specified.

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This document specifies the requirements relating to:
Steel X12CrNiMoV12-3 (1.4938)
Air melted and consumable electrode remelted
Hardened and tempered
Bars
De ≤ 150 mm
900 MPa ≤ Rm ≤ 1 100 MPa
for aerospace applications.

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This document specifies the particular materials, manufacturing and testing requirements for stranded ropes for suspension, compensating and governor duties for traction drive and hydraulic lifts moving between guides and similar applications.
The particular hazards covered by this Part are identified in Clause 4.
This document does not establish requirements for information for use other than those given in Clause 7 of Part 1. Neither does it cover the requirements for ropes fitted with terminations.
Minimum breaking force values for the more common classes, sizes and grades of rope are provided in Tables 6 to 10.

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This document specifies the Small Punch method of testing metallic materials and the estimation of tensile, creep and fracture mechanical material properties from cryogenic up to high temperatures.

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This document specifies testing conditions for use when constructing a forming-limit curve (FLC) at
ambient temperature and using linear strain paths. The material considered is flat, metallic and of
thickness between 0,3 mm and 4 mm.
NOTE The limitation in thickness of up to 4 mm is proposed, giving a maximum allowable thickness to the
punch diameter ratio.

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This document specifies the technical delivery conditions in two test categories for seamless tubes of circular cross section made of austenitic (including creep resisting steel) and austenitic-ferritic stainless steel which are intended for pressure and corrosion resisting purposes at room temperature, at low temperatures or at elevated temperatures.
NOTE   Once this standard is published in the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU) under Directive 2014/68/EC, presumption of conformity to the Essential Safety Requirements (ESR) of Directive 2014/68/EC is limited to technical data of materials in this standard and does not presume adequacy of the material to a specific item of equipment. Consequently, the assessment of the technical data stated in this material standard against the design requirements of this specific item of equipment to verify that the ESRs of the Pressure Equipment Directive are satisfied will be done by the designer or manufacturer of the pressure equipment, taking also into account the subsequent manufacturing processes which may affect properties of the base materials.

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This document specifies the technical delivery conditions for steel pipes (casing, tubing and pup joints),
coupling stock, coupling material and accessory material.
By agreement between the purchaser and manufacturer, this document can also be applied to other
plain-end pipe sizes and wall thicknesses.
This document is applicable to the following connections:
— short round thread casing (SC);
— long round thread casing (LC);
— buttress thread casing (BC);
— non-upset tubing (NU);
— external upset tubing (EU);
— integral-joint tubing (IJ).
NOTE 1 For further information, see API Spec 5B.
For such connections, this document specifies the technical delivery conditions for couplings and
thread protection.
NOTE 2 Supplementary requirements that can optionally be agreed for enhanced leak resistance connections
(LC) are given in A.9 SR22.
This document can also be applied to tubulars with connections not covered by ISO or API standards.
This document is applicable to products including the following grades of pipe: H40, J55, K55, N80, L80,
C90, R95, T95, P110, C110 and Q125.
This document is not applicable to threading requirements.
NOTE 3 Dimensional requirements on threads and thread gauges, stipulations on gauging practice, gauge
specifications, as well as, instruments and methods for inspection of threads are given in API Spec 5B.

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This Part of EN 10217 specifies the technical delivery conditions in two test categories for welded tubes of circular cross-section made of austenitic and austenitic-ferritic stainless steel which are intended for pressure and corrosion resisting purposes at room temperature, at low temperatures or at elevated temperatures.
NOTE   Once this document is published in the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU) under Directive 2014/68/EU, pressure equipment directive, presumption of conformity to the Essential Safety Requirements (ESR) of Directive 2014/68/EU is limited to technical data of materials in this standard and does not presume adequacy of the material to a specific item of equipment. Consequently, the assessment of the technical data stated in this material standard against the design requirements of this specific item of equipment to verify that the ESRs of the Pressure Equipment Directive are satisfied, needs to be done by the designer or manufacturer of the pressure equipment, taking also into account the subsequent manufacturing processes which may affect properties of the base materials.

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This document specifies qualities for steels for general structural use. This document applies to steel plates rolled on a reversing mill, wide flats, hot-rolled sections and bars, which are used in the as-delivered condition and normally intended for welded or bolted structures. This document covers 8 steel grades and 4 qualities. Grades S235, S275, S355, and S460 are covered in Annex A. Grades SG205, SG250, SG285 and SG345 are covered in Annex B. Not all grades are available in all qualities, and some qualities have Charpy V‑notch requirements. The steels specified in this document are applicable to hot-rolled flat products and sections with: —   thicknesses ≥ 3 mm and ≤ 150 mm for long products of steel grade S460 all qualities; —   thicknesses ≥ 3 mm and ≤ 250 mm for long products or ≤ 400 mm for flat products of all other grades and qualities; and no restriction on nominal thickness for grades SG205, SG250, SG285, and SG345 for flat products, sections and long products. This document does not include the following structural steels, some of which are covered by other International Standards: —   sheet and strip: refer to ISO TC 17/SC 12 “Continuous mill flat rolled products”; —   tubular products: refer to ISO TC 5/SC 1 “Steel tubes”. NOTE 1   Lists of standards covered by ISO/TC 17/SC 12 and ISO/TC 5/SC 1 are available on the ISO website. NOTE 2   In all parts of ISO 630, the term of "thickness" is considered as "nominal thickness", unless otherwise stated.

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This document specifies the general technical delivery conditions for steel flat and long products (plates/ sections/wide flats and bars) used principally for general-purpose structural steels. The steels specified in this document are intended for use in welded or bolted structures. The specific requirements for structural steels are given in the individual parts of ISO 630. This document does not include the following structural steels, some of which are covered by other International Standards: —   sheet and strip: refer to ISO TC 17/SC 12 “Continuous mill flat rolled products”; —   tubular products: refer to ISO TC 5/SC 1 “Steel tubes”. NOTE 1   Lists of standards covered by ISO/TC 17/SC 12 and ISO/TC 5/SC 1 are available on the ISO website. NOTE 2   In all parts of ISO 630, the term of "thickness" is considered as "nominal thickness", unless otherwise stated.

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This document specifies requirements for flat and long products of hot-rolled weldable fine-grain structural steels in the as-rolled (for SG grades only), normalized/normalized rolled and thermomechanical processed delivery conditions. It applies to steel plates rolled on a reversing mill, wide flats, hot-rolled sections and bars, which are intended for use in heavily loaded parts of welded or bolted structures. This document covers 13 grades and 6 qualities. Grades S275, S355, S390, S420, S460 and S500 are covered in Annex A. Grades SG245, SG290, SG325, SG345, SG365, SG415 and SG460 are covered in Annex B. Not all grades are available in all qualities, and some qualities have Charpy V-notch requirements. The steels specified in this document are applicable to hot-rolled plates, wide flats, sections and bars with a minimum nominal thickness of 3 mm and a maximum nominal thickness of 250 mm for grades S275N, S355N, S390N, S420N and S460N, a maximum nominal thickness of 150 mm for grades S275M, S355M, S390M, S420M, S460M, and S500M, a maximum nominal thickness of 200 mm for grades SG245, SG325 and SG415, a maximum nominal thickness of 100 mm for grades SG345, SG365 and SG460, and a maximum nominal thickness of 40 mm for grade SG290. This document does not include the following structural steels, some of which are covered by other International Standards: —   Sheet and strip — refer to ISO TC 17/SC 12, Continuous mill flat rolled products; —   Tubular products — refer to ISO TC 5/SC 1, Steel tubes. NOTE 1   Lists of standards covered by ISO/TC 17/SC 12 and ISO/TC 5/SC 1 are available on the ISO website. NOTE 2   In all parts of ISO 630, the term of "thickness" is considered as "nominal thickness", unless otherwise stated.

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This document specifies qualities for high-yield-strength quenched and tempered structural steels. It applies to steel plates and wide flats rolled on a reversing mill which are used in the quenched and tempered condition and normally intended for welded or bolted structures. This document covers 10 grades and 5 qualities. Grades S460Q, S500Q, S550Q, S620Q, S690Q, S890Q and S960Q are covered in Annex A. Grades SG460Q, SG500Q, and SG700Q are covered in Annex B. Not all grades are available in all qualities, and some qualities have Charpy V-notch requirements. The steels specified in this document are applicable to hot-rolled flat products with a minimum nominal thickness of 3 mm and a maximum nominal thickness of 200 mm for grades S460Q, S500Q, S550Q, S620Q and S690Q, a maximum nominal thickness of 125 mm for grades S890Q and S960Q, a maximum nominal thickness of 100 mm for grades SG460Q and SG500Q and a maximum nominal thickness of 150 mm for grade SG700Q. This document does not include the following structural steels, some of which are covered by other International Standards: —   Sheet and strip — refer to ISO TC 17/SC 12, Continuous mill flat rolled products; —   Tubular products — refer to ISO TC 5/SC 1, Steel tubes. NOTE 1   Lists of standards covered by ISO/TC 17/SC 12 and ISO/TC 5/SC 1 are available on the ISO website. NOTE 2   In all parts of ISO 630, the term of "thickness" is considered as "nominal thickness", unless otherwise stated.

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This document specifies a method for the determination of phosphorus, manganese, chromium, copper and cobalt contents in ferronickels, by inductively coupled plasma (ICP) optical emission spectrometry, within the ranges specified in Table 1. This method is applicable to all grades of ferronickels specified in ISO 6501.

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This document specifies a generic test method to determine the abrasion wear characteristics of
hardmetals.
The test is appropriate for use in situations where test laboratories have a need to simulate abrasive
damage. The procedure includes information which enables the test to be used in a variety of different
conditions:
a) with counterface wheels of different stiffness (for example steel and rubber);
b) wet and dry;
c) different abrasive sizes;
d) different chemical environments.

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This Part of this European Standard specifies the design and calculation of industrial metallic piping systems, including supports, covered by EN 13480.

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This document specifies chemical composition, mechanical properties, dimension and shape tolerance, heat treatment and the technical conditions for inspection and delivery of rolled magnesium and magnesium alloy plates and sheets. It is applicable to rolled magnesium and magnesium alloy plates and sheets.

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This document gives guidance on levels of imperfections in electron and laser beam welded joints in
aluminium, magnesium and their alloys and pure copper. Three levels are given in such a way as to
permit application for a wide range of welded fabrications. The levels refer to production quality and
not to the fitness-for-purpose of the product manufactured.
This document applies to electron and laser beam welding of:
— aluminium and its alloys;
— magnesium and its alloys;
— pure copper (e.g. Cu-ETP1 CW003A, Cu-ETP CW004A, Cu-FRHC CW005A, Cu-FRTP CW006A, Cu-OF1
CW007A, Cu-OF CW008A, Cu-OFE CW009A, Cu-PHC CW020A, Cu-HCP CW021A, Cu-PHCE CW022A,
Cu-DLP CW023A, Cu-DHP CW024A);
— all types of welds welded with or without additional filler wire;
— materials equal to or above 0,5 mm thickness for electron and laser beam welding.
When significant deviations from the joint geometries and dimensions stated in this document are
present in the welded product, it is necessary to evaluate to what extent the provisions of this document
can apply.
NOTE For circular welds, a lower quality level can be specified for the fade-out zone.
Metallurgical aspects, e.g. grain size, hardness, hydrogen embrittlement (pure copper) are not covered
by this document.
This document is directly applicable to visual examination of welds and does not include details of
recommended methods of detection or sizing by other non-destructive means. There are difficulties
in using these limits to establish appropriate criteria applicable to non-destructive testing methods,
such as ultrasonic, radiographic and penetrant testing, and they can need to be supplemented by
requirements for inspection, examination and testing.

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This document specifies requirements for resistance spot welding in the fabrication of assemblies of
aluminium sheet, extrusions (both work- and age-hardening alloys) and/or cast material comprising
two or three thicknesses of metal, where the maximum single (sheet) thickness of components to be
welded is within the range 0,6 mm to 6 mm.
This document is applicable to the welding of sheets or plates of dissimilar thickness where the
thickness ratio is less than or equal to 3:1. It applies to the welding of three thicknesses where the total
thickness is less than or equal to 9 mm.
Welding with the following types of machines is within the scope of this document:
— pedestal welding machines;
— gun welders;
— automatic welding equipment where the components are fed by robots or automatic feeding
equipment;
— multi-welders;
— robotic welders.
Information on appropriate welding equipment is given in Annex A and on spot welding conditions in
Annex B. The latter are for guidance only and can require modification depending on service conditions
of the fabrication, type of welding equipment, characteristics of the secondary circuit, electrode
material and geometry.
The welding of coated material, e.g. zinc-coated or anodized material, is outside the scope of this
document.

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This document specifies the requirements for the coating mass per unit area, for other properties and also for testing of zinc or zinc-alloy coatings on steel wire and steel wire products of circular or other section.

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This document specifies a test method for determining the stress corrosion crack (SCC) growth rate of steels and alloys under static-load conditions in high-temperature water, such as the simulated water environment of light water reactors. The crack length of the specimen is monitored by a potential drop method (PDM) during the test in an autoclave. The test method is applicable to stainless steels, nickel base alloys, low alloy steels, carbon steels and other alloys.

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This document specifies procedures for the removal of corrosion products formed on metal and alloy corrosion test specimens during their exposure in corrosive environments. For the purpose of this document, the term “metals” refers to pure metals and alloys.
The specified procedures are designed to remove all corrosion products without significant removal of base metal. This allows an accurate determination of the mass loss of the metal, which occurred during exposure to the corrosive environment.
In some cases, these procedures are also applicable to metal coatings, providing the possible effects from the substrate are considered.

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This document specifies a generic test method to determine the abrasion wear characteristics of hardmetals. The test is appropriate for use in situations where test laboratories have a need to simulate abrasive damage. The procedure includes information which enables the test to be used in a variety of different conditions: a) with counterface wheels of different stiffness (for example steel and rubber); b) wet and dry; c) different abrasive sizes; d) different chemical environments.

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This document specifies test methods of steel cords which are used for tyre reinforcement. Dimension, process properties, mechanical properties and coating test method are all included.

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This document specifies testing conditions for use when constructing a forming-limit curve (FLC) at ambient temperature and using linear strain paths. The material considered is flat, metallic and of thickness between 0,3 mm and 4 mm. NOTE The limitation in thickness of up to 4 mm is proposed, giving a maximum allowable thickness to the punch diameter ratio.

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This document specifies the requirements for the content of welding procedure specifications for the Friction Stir Spot welding (FSSW) of aluminium.
In this document, the term "aluminium" refers to aluminium and its alloys

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This document defines friction stir spot welding (FSSW) process terms and definitions.
In this document, the term "aluminium" refers to aluminium and its alloys.

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