BS EN ISO 6520-1 PDF

However as it is usually caused by an excessive welding current, it is a sign that the welding conditions are not ideal so there are usually other associated problems within the structure, ie high heat input. Some spatter is always produced by open arc consumable electrode welding processes. Anti-spatter compounds can be used on the parent metal to reduce sticking and the spatter can then be scraped off. Torn surface Surface damage due to the removal by fracture of temporary welded attachments. The area should be ground off, subjected to a dye penetrant or magnetic particle examination then restored to its original shape by welding using a qualified procedure.

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Talabar It also gives the equivalent terms and definitions in the German language. Soudage et techniques connexes. Please download Chrome or Firefox or view our browser tips. In order to avoid any confusion, the types of imperfection are defined with explanations and illustrations where necessary.

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BS EN ISO 6520-1 PDF

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