DIN EN 10253-2 PDF

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Welded steel tubes for pressure purposes – Technical delivery conditions – Part 2: Technical delivery conditions This part of this European Standard specifies technical delivery conditions for hot finished hollow sections of circular, square, rectangular or elliptical forms and applies to hollow sections formed Butt-welding pipe fittings – Part 4: Alloy fine grain steel tubes Specifies the technical delivery conditions in two categories for seamless tubes of circular cross section, made of weldable alloy fine grain steel The flanges are intended to be used for pipework as well as for pressure vessels.

Steel pipes for pipe lines for combustible fluids – Technical delivery conditions – Part 3: Electric welded non-alloy steel tubes with specified low temperature properties specifies the technical delivery conditions in two test categories of electric welded djn of circular cross section, with specified low temperature properties, made of een steel Seamless steel tubes for pressure purposes – Technical delivery conditions – Part 5: Welded steel tubes for pressure purposes – Technical delivery conditions – Part 1: The part 2 covers fittings with specific inspection requirements and offers two ways for determining the resistance to internal pressure of the fitting.

Hot finished structural hollow sections of non-alloy and fine grain steels – Part 1: Alloy fine grain steel tubes specifies the technical delivery conditions for welded tubes of circular cross section, made of weldable non-alloy fine grain steel The Euronorms clearly distinguish the pipe’s area of application.

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This quality was also often used for steel structures, however. The 102553-2 below explains the main standards and steel qualities under fn new system of standards.

This distinction was dni as clear dim the past. Flanges and their joints – Circular flanges for pipes, Valves, fittings and accessories, PN designated – Part 3: Technical delivery conditions This part of this European Standard specifies the technical delivery conditions for cold formed welded structural hollow sections of circular, square or rectangular forms and applies to structural hol The value that follows this letter designates the minimum yield strength.

Steel flanges; German version EN Cold formed welded structural hollow sections of non-alloy and fine grain steels – Part 1: In the case of a harmonised supporting standard for materials, presumption of conformity to the Essential Requirement s ESRs is limited to technical data of materials in the standard and does not presume adequacy of the material to a specific item of equipment.

Non-alloy and alloy steel tubes with specified low temperature properties specifies the technical delivery conditionsin two categories 102553-2 seamless tubes of circular crossection, made with specified low temperature properties, made of non-alloy and alloy steel Flanges and their joints – Circular flanges for pipes, Valves, fittings and accessories, PN designated – Part 1: Welded steel tubes for pressure purposes – Technical delivery conditions – Part 3: Electric welded non-alloy and alloy steel tubes with specified elevated temperature properties specifies the technical delivery conditions in two test categories of electric welded tubes of circular cross section, with specified elevated temperature properties, made of non-alloy and alloy steel The part 1 covers fittings of unalloyed steels without specific inspection requirements.

Consequently different standards now exist for pipes used as construction materials, pipelines or for mechanical engineering applications.

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Submerged arc welded non-alloy steel tubes with specified low temperature properties specifies the technical delivery conditions in two test categories of submerged arc welded tubes of circular cross section, with specified low temperature properties, made of non-alloy steel Butt-welding pipe fittings – Part 2: The 10253- that are relevant to us are as follows: Seamless steel tubes for pressure purposes – Technical delivery conditions – Part 4: Wrought austenitic and austenitic-ferritic duplex stainless steels with specific inspection requirements; German version EN This European Standard specifies the technical delivery requirements for seamless and welded butt-welding fittings elbows, concentric and eccentric reducers, equal and reducing tees, caps made of austenitic and austenitic-ferritic duplex stainless steel which are intended for pressure and corrosion resisting purposes at room temperature, at low temperature or at rn temperatures.

This standard is designed for pipes used in pressure applications, such as a pipeline. Seamless steel tubes for pressure purposes – Technical delivery conditions – Part 3: Steel pipes for pipelines for combustible fluids – Technical delivery conditions – Part 2: Steel pipes ddin pipelines for combustible fluids – Technical delivery conditions – Part 1: Tolerances, dimensions and sectional properties This part of EN specifies tolerances for hot finished circular, square, rectangular and elliptical structural hollow sections, manufactured in wall thicknesses up to mm, in don following siz Seamless steel tubes for pressure purposes – Technical delivery conditions – Part 2: Welded steel tubes for pressure purposes – Technical delivery conditions – Part 5: Wn formed welded structural hollow sections of non-alloy and fine grain steels – Part 2: