BS 10:1962 Specification for flanges and bolting for pipes, valves and fittings (PD 5413) (PD 5823) (PD 5949) (AMD 585) (Withdrawn)

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1962

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Abstract

For use with pipes, valves and fittings containing steam, oil, compressed air or water within the following temperature ranges and pressure, -328°F (-200°c) up to and including 975°F (524°C) and up to and including 2800 lb/in.


Document History

Previously declared obsolescent due to changes in the metric system in the U.K. Amendment PD 5413 dated January 1965. Amendment PD 5823 dated April 1966. Amendment PD 5949 dated November 1966. Amendment AMD 585 dated September 1970. Superseded by BS 10:2009.


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