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  • BS 3604-1(1990) : 1990

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    STEEL PIPES AND TUBES FOR PRESSURE PURPOSES: FERRITIC ALLOY STEEL WITH SPECIFIED ELEVATED TEMPERATURE PROPERTIES - SPECIFICATION FOR SEAMLESS AND ELECTRIC RESISTANCE WELDED TUBES

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF

    Withdrawn date:  26-06-2002

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  01-01-1990

    Publisher:  British Standards Institution

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    Foreword
    Committees responsible
    Specification
    1 Scope
    2 Information to be supplied by the purchaser and
        options to be documented
    3 Designation
    4 Manufacture of the steel
    5 Manufacture of the product
    6 Chemical analysis
    7 Heat treatment
    8 Mechanical properties
    9 Visual inspection and appearance
    10 Tolerances
    11 Tests
    12 Number, selection and preparation of samples and
        test pieces
    13 Test methods
    14 Retests
    15 Test certificate
    16 Protective clothing
    17 Marking
    Appendices
    A Designations of steel tubes in BS 3604 : Part 1 and
        the nearest equivalent designations in ISO 2604
        Parts II and III
    B Dimensional limits of tubes in relation to the
        method of manufacture
    C Estimated average stress-rupture values
    D Procedure for the verification of elevated
        temperature values
    E Eddy current testing of tubes for verification of
        leak tightness
    F Ultrasonic testing of tubes for detection of
        longitudinal imperfections
    Tables
    1 Method of manufacture of tube and reference
    2 Steel type and type number
    3 Chemical composition, mechanical properties at room
        temperature, and heat treatment
    4 Permitted deviations of the product analysis from
        the specified ladle analysis
    5 Minimum 0.2 % proof stress (Rp0.2) values at
        elevated temperatures
    6 Tests for test category 1 and test category 2
    7 Designations of steel tubes in BS 3604 : Part 1 and
        the nearest equivalent steel numbers in ISO 2604
        Parts II and III
    8 Dimensional limits of tubes in relation to the
        method of manufacture for tubes supplied to outside
        diameters and thicknesses
    9 Estimated average stress rupture values
    10 Parameters for lower confidence lines: steel types
        620-440 : 1 % chromium 0.5 % molybdenum (normalized
        and tempered), and 621 : 1.25 % chromium 0.5 %
        molybdenum (normalized and tempered)
    11 Parameters for lower confidence lines: steel type
        660 : 0.5 % chromium 0.5 % molybdenum 0.25 %
        vanadium (normalized and tempered)
    12 Parameters for lower confidence lines: steel type
        622 : 2.25 % chromium 1 % molybdenum (normalized
        and tempered
    13 Parameters for lower confidence lines: steel type
        625 : 5 % chromium 0.5 % molybdenum (annealed)
    14 Parameters for lower confidence lines: steel type
        629-470 : 9 % chromium 1 % molybdenum (annealed)
    15 Parameters for lower confidence lines: steel type
        629-590 : 9 % chromium 1 % molybdenum (normalized
        and tempered)
    16 Parameters for lower confidence lines: steel type
        762 : 12 % chromium 1 % molybdenum
    17 Dimensions of reference holes for method A
    18 Notch dimensions for method B
    19 Reference notch dimensions and tolerances
    Figures
    1 Example of lower confidence lines for steel type 622

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    Provides requirements for plain end, ferritic alloy steel tubes for pressure purposes. All the steel types covered are supplied in the form of seamless tubes. Tubes have specified room temperature properties and specified proof stress values at elevated temperatures. For compliance both the definitive requirements and the documented items have to be satisfied. Provides for two categories of room temperature test procedures.

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    Committee ISM/73
    Development Note BS DRAFT 93/313858 DC
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher British Standards Institution
    Status Withdrawn
    Superseded By
    Supersedes

    Standards Referenced By This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    BS DD215(1993) : 1993 SPECIFICATION FOR VALIDATION OF METAL TEMPERATURE IN THE HEAT TREATMENT OF STEELS FOR PRESSURE PURPOSES
    BS 806(1993) : 1993 SPECIFICATION FOR DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF FERROUS PIPING INSTALLATIONS FOR AND IN CONNECTION WITH LAND BOILERS
    DEFSTAN 02-864/1(2000) : 2000 CARBON, CARBON-MANGANESE, AND CHROMIUM-MOLYBDENUM STEEL PIPES AND TUBES FOR PRESSURE PURPOSES
    BS 3604-2(1991) : 1991 STEEL PIPES AND TUBES FOR PRESSURE PURPOSES: FERRITIC ALLOY STEEL WITH SPECIFIED ELEVATED TEMPERATURE PROPERTIES - SPECIFICATION FOR LONGITUDINALLY ARC WELDED TUBES
    BS 5500(1991) : ENQUIRY 5500/102 SPECIFICATION FOR UNFIRED FUSION WELDED PRESSURE VESSELS
    BS PD5500(2003) : 2003 SPECIFICATION FOR UNFIRED FUSION WELDED PRESSURE VESSELS
    BS 3605-1(1991) : 1991 AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEEL PIPES AND TUBES FOR PRESSURE PURPOSES - SPECIFICATION FOR SEAMLESS TUBES
    BS 1821(1982) : 1982 SPECIFICATION FOR CLASS 1 OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING OF FERRITIC STEEL PIPEWORK FOR CARRYING FLUIDS
    BS 3602-2(1991) : 1991 STEEL PIPES AND TUBES FOR PRESSURE PURPOSES: CARBON AND CARBON MANGANESE STEEL WITH SPECIFIED ELEVATED TEMPERATURE PROPERTIES - SPECIFICATION FOR LONGITUDINALLY ARC WELDED TUBES
    BS 2745-1(1993) : 1993 WASHER-DISINFECTORS FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES - SPECIFICATION FOR GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
    BS 1113(1992) : 1992 SPECIFICATION FOR DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE OF WATER-TUBE STEAM GENERATING PLANT (INCLUDING SUPERHEATERS, REHEATERS AND STEEL TUBE ECONOMIZERS)
    BS 8010-3(1993) : 1993 CODE OF PRACTICE FOR PIPELINES - PIPELINES SUBSEA: DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND INSTALLATION
    DEFSTAN 02-864/2(2012) : 2012 CARBON, CARBON-MANGANESE AND CHROMIUM-MOLYBDENUM STEEL PIPES AND TUBES FOR PRESSURE PURPOSES
    BS PD5500(2000) : 2000 SPECIFICATION FOR UNFIRED FUSION WELDED PRESSURE VESSELS
    BS 6891(1998) : 1998 SPECIFICATION FOR INSTALLATION OF LOW PRESSURE GAS PIPEWORK OF UP TO 28 MM (R1) IN DOMESTIC PREMISES (2ND FAMILY GAS)
    BS PD5500(2018) : 2018 SPECIFICATION FOR UNFIRED FUSION WELDED PRESSURE VESSELS
    BS PD5500(2006) : 2006 SPECIFICATION FOR UNFIRED FUSION WELDED PRESSURE VESSELS
    BS PD5500(2009) : 2009 SPECIFICATION FOR UNFIRED FUSION WELDED PRESSURE VESSELS
    BS PD5500(2015) : 2015 SPECIFICATION FOR UNFIRED FUSION WELDED PRESSURE VESSELS
    BS PD5500(2012) : 2012 SPECIFICATION FOR UNFIRED FUSION WELDED PRESSURE VESSELS
    BS PD6525-1(1990) : 1990 ELEVATED TEMPERATURE PROPERTIES FOR STEELS FOR PRESSURE PURPOSES - PART 1: STRESS RUPTURE PROPERTIES
    BS 3602-2:1991 STEEL PIPES AND TUBES FOR PRESSURE PURPOSES: CARBON AND CARBON MANGANESE STEEL WITH SPECIFIED ELEVATED TEMPERATURE PROPERTIES - SPECIFICATION FOR LONGITUDINALLY ARC WELDED TUBES

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    BS 3602-2:1978 SPECIFICATION FOR STEEL PIPES AND TUBES FOR PRESSURE PURPOSES: CARBON AND CARBON MANGANESE STEEL WITH SPECIFIED ELEVATED TEMPERATURE PROPERTIES - SUBMERGED ARCH WELDED TUBES
    BS 1600-2(1970) : 1970 SPECIFICATION FOR DIMENSIONS OF STEEL PIPE FOR THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY - METRIC UNITS
    BS 3889-2A(1986) : 1986 METHODS FOR NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING OF PIPES AND TUBES - AUTOMATIC EDDY CURRENT TESTING OF WROUGHT STEEL TUBES
    BS 3894-1(1965) : 1965 METHOD FOR CONVERTING ELONGATION VALUES FOR STEEL - CARBON AND LOW ALLOY STEELS
    BS 3688-1(1963) : 1963 METHODS FOR MECHANICAL TESTING OF METALS AT ELEVATED TEMPERATURES - PART 1: TENSILE TESTING
    BS 3602-1(1987) : 1987 STEEL PIPES AND TUBES FOR PRESSURE PURPOSES: CARBON AND CARBON MANGANESE STEEL WITH SPECIFIED ELEVATED TEMPERATURE PROPERTIES - SPECIFICATION FOR SEAMLESS AND ELECTRIC RESISTANCE WELDED INCLUDING WELDED TUBES
    BS 3889-1(1983) : 1983 METHODS FOR NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING OF PIPES AND TUBES - METHODS OF AUTOMATIC ULTRASONIC TESTING FOR THE DETECTION OF IMPERFECTIONS IN WROUGHT STEEL TUBES
    BS 131-2(1972) : 1972 METHODS FOR NOTCHED BAR TESTS - THE CHARPY V-NOTCH IMPACT TEST ON METALS
    ASME B36.10M : 2015 WELDED AND SEAMLESS WROUGHT STEEL PIPE
    BS 5750-2(1987) : 1987 QUALITY SYSTEMS - SPECIFICATION FOR PRODUCTION AND INSTALLATION
    ISO 702-3:2007 Machine tools Connecting dimensions of spindle noses and work holding chucks Part 3: Bayonet type
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