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BS 499-2:1980 Welding terms and symbols. Specification for symbols for welding

Abbreviation
BS 499-2:1980
Valid from
30/04/1980

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


Description

This Part of BS 499 specifies requirements for the symbolic representation of welds on drawings. For the most common types of weld the scheme provides basic indications regarding the welds to be made without over-burdening the drawing with notes or showing an additional view.

The scheme is not intended to apply to complex joints, involving multiple welds for example, for which it may be simpler to show on the drawing a separate detailed view of the joint and welds required.

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BS 499-2:1980 Welding terms and symbols. Specification for symbols for welding

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BS 499-2:1980 Welding terms and symbols. Specification for symbols for welding

Description

This Part of BS 499 specifies requirements for the symbolic representation of welds on drawings. For the most common types of weld the scheme provides basic indications regarding the welds to be made without over-burdening the drawing with notes or showing an additional view.

The scheme is not intended to apply to complex joints, involving multiple welds for example, for which it may be simpler to show on the drawing a separate detailed view of the joint and welds required.

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BS 499-2:1980 Welding terms and symbols. Specification for symbols for welding
Description

This Part of BS 499 specifies requirements for the symbolic representation of welds on drawings. For the most common types of weld the scheme provides basic indications regarding the welds to be made without over-burdening the drawing with notes or showing an additional view.

The scheme is not intended to apply to complex joints, involving multiple welds for example, for which it may be simpler to show on the drawing a separate detailed view of the joint and welds required.

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