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  1. INTERNATIONAL IS0 STANDARD 9329-l

    International Standard IS0 9329-l was prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC 17, Steel. It cancels and replaces IS0 2604-2 : 1975, of which it constitutes a technical revision, together with parts 2, 3 and 4 of IS0 9329. IS0 9329 consists of the following parts, under the general title Seamless steel tubes

  2. GB 3087: Seamless steel tubes for low and medium …

    Standard with ISO 9329-1: 1989 is non-equivalent. As of the implementation date of this Standard, GB 3087-1999, “Seamless steel tubes for low and medium pressure” shall be abolished. Compared with GB 3087-1999, the major changes to this Standard are as follows: –– the application scope of steel tubes has been revised;

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    Amazon.com: ISO 9329-4:1997, Seamless steel tubes for pressure purposes - Technical delivery conditions - Part 4: Austenitic stainless steels: ISO TC 17/SC 19: Books

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  4. ASTM A213 Gr. T5 Seamless pipe tube alloy material

    ASTM A213 Gr. T5 Seamless pipe tube alloy material with good quality best price export to many countries for a lot of project . such as the power station ,water ! the package is bundling or bulk , coated black or as your need ! wish help you !!!

  5. Speciality pipe and tube’s Comparison of Specifications ...

    Heavy Wall Seamless Carbon steel Pipe; DIN/EN Steel Pipe. DIN 1629 carbon seamless steel pipes; DIN 17175 alloy steel pipe; DIN2391 Seamless Precision Steel Tube; EN 10216 non alloy steel tubes. EN10216-2 Non-alloy and steel tubes; EN 10305-1 seamless precision steel tube; JIS seamless pipe. JIS G3429 Seamless steel tubes for high pressure gas ...

  6. ISO 9329-1 - European Standards Online Store

    ISO 9329-1 Applies to seamless steel tubes with circular section of non-alloy quality steel. These tubes are provided for general pressure purposes including transporting of pressurized fluids. There are standards and rules permitting the use of these tubes up to a temperature of 350 0C (see annex A). The terms "tube" and "pipe" are synonymous ...

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