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We use these cookies to make it easier for you to use the site. For example, based on a previous e. Standard This part of ISO contains the parameters characterizing the joint preparation and the collection of frequently recurring values and shapes. The specifications given in this part of ISO have been compiled on the basis of experience and contain dimensions for types of joint preparation that are generally found to lead to suitable welding conditions.
However, the extended field of application makes it necessary to give a range of dimensions. The dimension ranges specified represent design limits and are not tolerances for manufacturing purposes.
Manufacturing limits depend, for instance, on welding process, parent metal, welding position, and quality level, etcetera. Because of the common character of this part of ISO , the examples given cannot be regarded as the only solution for the selection of a joint type. Specific fields of application and manufacturing requirements for example pipeline construction may be covered by selected ranges specified in other standards adapted from this basic part of ISO Cooperation at DIN.
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ISO specifies types of joint preparation for metal arc welding with covered electrode, gas-shielded metal arc welding, gas welding, TIG welding, and beam welding of steel. It applies to joint preparation for full penetration butt welds and for fillet welds. For partial penetration butt welds, types of joint preparation and dimensions differing from those specified in ISO may be stipulated. The root gaps referred to in ISO are those gaps presented after tack welding, if used. Consideration is given to altering the joint preparation details where appropriate to facilitate temporary backing, "one-sided welding," etc. Check out our FAQs. Buy this standard.
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