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AS/NZS 1050.32:1994 (R2016) Methods for the analysis of iron and steel - Part 32: Determination of carbon content - Infrared method

Abbreviation
AS/NZS 1050.32:1994
Valid from
14/08/1994

Information provider
Standards New Zealand
Author
Standards New Zealand, Standards Australia
Information type
New Zealand Standard
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PDF


Description

This Standard specifies an infrared method for the determination of carbon in iron and steel after combustion in oxygen using high frequency induction heating.

The method is applicable to all types of iron and steel with carbon content in the range 0.002 percent to 4.5 percent carbon.

Scope

This Standard sets out an infrared method for the determination of carbon in iron and steel after combustion in oxygen using high frequency induction heating. The method is applicable to all types of iron and steel with carbon content in the range 0.002% to 4.5% carbon.

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This Standard was reconfirmed in 2016

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AS/NZS 1050.32:1994 (R2016) Methods for the analysis of iron and steel - Part 32: Determination of carbon content - Infrared method

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AS/NZS 1050.32:1994 (R2016) Methods for the analysis of iron and steel - Part 32: Determination of carbon content - Infrared method

Description

This Standard specifies an infrared method for the determination of carbon in iron and steel after combustion in oxygen using high frequency induction heating.

The method is applicable to all types of iron and steel with carbon content in the range 0.002 percent to 4.5 percent carbon.

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AS/NZS 1050.32:1994 (R2016) Methods for the analysis of iron and steel - Part 32: Determination of carbon content - Infrared method
Description

This Standard specifies an infrared method for the determination of carbon in iron and steel after combustion in oxygen using high frequency induction heating.

The method is applicable to all types of iron and steel with carbon content in the range 0.002 percent to 4.5 percent carbon.

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AS/NZS 1050.32:1994 (R2016) Methods for the analysis of iron and steel - Part 32: Determination of carbon content - Infrared method

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