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BS 4300-15(1973) : 1973

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WROUGHT ALUMINIUM AND ALUMINIUM ALLOYS FOR GENERAL ENGINEERING PURPOSES (SUPPLEMENTARY SERIES) - 7020 BAR, EXTRUDED ROUND TUBE AND SECTIONS

Available format(s)

Hardcopy , PDF

Superseded date

06-15-2001

Language(s)

English

Published date

01-01-1973

Co-operating organizations
Foreword
Specification
1 General
1.1 Scope
1.2 Definitions
2 General requirements
2.1 General
2.2 Freedom from defects
2.3 Chemical composition
2.4 Condition
2.5 Sizes and tolerances
2.6 Selection of test samples
2.7 Mechanical tests
2.8 Retests
2.9 Certificate of compliance
2.10 Inspection
2.11 Independent test
2.12 Facilities for testing
2.13 The rounding of numbers rule
3 Specific requirements
3.1 Chemical composition
3.2 Mechanical properties
3.3 Tolerances
3.4 Normal radii for corners
Appendices
A Standard sizes of material
B Details of the international alloy designations
      and chemical composition limits for wrought
      aluminium alloys system
Tables
1 Heat-treatable materials; grouping into batches
2 Table deleted
3 Tensile test
4 Tolerances on diameter and length of round bar
      intended for use on automatic lathes
5 Tolerances on width across flats of hexagonal bar
      for nuts and bolts
6 Tolerances on length
7 Tolerances on width and diameter of bars and
      regular sections
8 Tolerances on thickness of bars and regular
      sections
9 Tolerances on open ends of channels and I-beams
10 Angular tolerances for extruded sections
11 Tolerances on wall thickness of extruded round
      tube
12 Tolerances on outside diameter of extruded round
      tube or on inside diameter of Class A and Class B
      extruded round tubing
13 Tolerances on width or width across flats of
      hollow sections
14 Tolerances on thickness of hollow sections
15 Tolerances on straightness for extruded bar,
      regular sections and extruded round tube
16 Tolerances on twist for extruded solid and hollow
      sections
17 Normal radii for corners
Figure
1 Tolerances on open ends of channels and I-beams

Describes aluminium alloy bar, extruded round tube and sections, including freedom from defects, chemical composition, condition, sizes and tolerances, selection of test samples, mechanical tests, retests, certificate of compliance, inspection, independent test, facilities for testing and the rounding of numbers rule.

Committee
NFM/35
DocumentType
Standard
Pages
26
PublisherName
British Standards Institution
Status
Superseded
SupersededBy

BS 8118-2(1991) : 1991 STRUCTURAL USE OF ALUMINIUM - PART 2: SPECIFICATION FOR MATERIALS, WORKMANSHIP AND PROTECTION
BS 3571-1:1985 MIG welding Specification for MIG welding of aluminium and aluminium alloys
PD 6702-1:2009 Structural use of aluminium Recommendations for the design of aluminium structures to BS EN 1999
BS CP118(1969) : 1969 AMD 1129 THE STRUCTURAL USE OF ALUMINIUM
BS 1161:1977 Specification for aluminium alloy sections for structural purposes
BS 8118-1:1991 Structural use of aluminium Code of practice for design
BS 2646-1:1993 Autoclaves for sterilization in laboratories Specification for design, construction, safety and performance

BS 4229-1:1967 Recommendations for metric sizes of non-ferrous and ferrous bars. Non-ferrous bars

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