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BS 10:2009 Specification for flanges and bolting for pipes, valves and fittings (incorporating corrigendum No. 1)

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Details design temperature and pressure, designation, dimensions and materials, attachment of flanges, hydraulic testing, certification and low temperature flanges and bolting. For use with pipes, valves and fittings containing steam, oil, compressed air or water within specific stated temperature ranges and pressure.

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Supersedes BS 10:1962. Came into effect 30 April 2009. Confirmed 01 July 2014. See foreword for information relating to hydraulic test pressure applied to flange joints and details of the full revision of this standard. Amendment dated April 2011 - See foreword.

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