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25.160.40 Welded joints and welds (including welding position and mechanical and non-destructive testing of welded joints, see also 19.100)
75.200-40-60 Pipeline connectors (including welding. See also 25.160)
|Short description:||This European Standard contains requirements for the production and testing of weld joints for the installation and
modification of onshore steel pipelines and pipework used in gas supply systems, including in-service pipelines, for
all pressure ranges for the carriage of processed, non-toxic and non-corrosive natural gas according to IS0 13686,
- the pipeline elements are made of unalloyed or low-alloyed carbon steel;
- the pipeline is not located within commercial or industrial premises as integral part of the industrial process on those premises except for any pipelines and facilities supplying such premises;
- the pipework is not located within household installations according to EN 1775:1998;
- the design temperature of the system is between -40 °C and 120 °C inclusive.
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|Comments:||1) CEN/TC17 Resolurion 12 (Paris, 2008) requests ISO/TC 67 SC2 chair to make sure that ISO/TC 67 SC2 WG8 will conduct its task to harmonize pipeline welding standards, specifically EN 12732 and related documents.|
2) CEN/TC234, considering the CEN/TC 234 WG 3 proposal (CEN/TC 234 Doc N 300 LL) to split EN 12732 "Welding" into separate parts for transmission and distribution during the current revision process, asks the Convenors of all relevant CEN/TC 234 WGs to evaluate the consequences of the split of the document with regard to the scopes of the CEN/TC 234 WGs they convene. They are requested to inform the CEN/TC 234 Secretariat about their position, after consultation of the WG members, by 2008-09-15. (CEN/TC234 Resolution 13/2008).
3) Revised as EN 12732:2013.
Information updated on: 2013-04-25
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