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BS EN 12516-3:2002 Valves. Shell design strength Experimental method

BS EN 12516-3:2002

Valves. Shell design strength Experimental method

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English
Standard number:BS EN 12516-3:2002
Pages:16
Released:2002-10-28
ISBN:0 580 40649 0
Status:Corrigendum
DESCRIPTION
This standard BS EN 12516-3:2002 Valves. Shell design strength is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 23.060.01 Valves in general
This standard specifies requirements for an experimental method, to prove by type test that the design of shells and their body ends, made in cast iron, steel or copper alloy materials, possess the required pressure containing capability, with an adequate margin of safety. This standard is not applicable to valves designed on the basis of time dependent strength values. e.g. pulsating pressure applications and/or creep range temperatures.
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