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EVS-EN 12516-3:2003

Valves - Shell design strength - Part 3: Experimental method

General information
Valid from 01.03.2003
Base Documents
EN 12516-3:2002; EN 12516-3:2002/AC:2003
Directives or regulations
2014/68/EU Pressure equipment (PED)
Standard history
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Date
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01.03.2003
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This standard specifies requirements for an experimental method to prove that representative samples of valve shells and their body ends, made in cast iron, steel or copper alloy materials, are designed to possess the required pressure containing capability, with an adequate margin of safety
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