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BS 1506:1990 Specification for carbon, low alloy and stainless steel bars and billets for bolting material to be used in pressure retaining applications

Abbreviation
BS 1506:1990
Valid from
31/05/1990

Information provider
British Standards Institution
Author
British Standards Institution
Information type
British Standard
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Description

This standard provides a specification for bars of round, square, and hexagonal cross-sections and rolled and forged billets intended for the manufacture of bolts, studs, and nuts for either sub-zero or elevated temperatures.

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BS 1506:1990 Specification for carbon, low alloy and stainless steel bars and billets for bolting material to be used in pressure retaining applications

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BS 1506:1990 Specification for carbon, low alloy and stainless steel bars and billets for bolting material to be used in pressure retaining applications

Description

This standard provides a specification for bars of round, square, and hexagonal cross-sections and rolled and forged billets intended for the manufacture of bolts, studs, and nuts for either sub-zero or elevated temperatures.

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BS 1506:1990 Specification for carbon, low alloy and stainless steel bars and billets for bolting material to be used in pressure retaining applications
Description

This standard provides a specification for bars of round, square, and hexagonal cross-sections and rolled and forged billets intended for the manufacture of bolts, studs, and nuts for either sub-zero or elevated temperatures.

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BS 1506:1990 Specification for carbon, low alloy and stainless steel bars and billets for bolting material to be used in pressure retaining applications

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