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Joshua Spencer
Engineering,
Canada, Joined Jan 2013, 10

Joshua Spencer

Engineering,
Canada,
Joined Jan 2013
10
15:21 Nov-04-2014
DIN vs ISO

Question: I have been looking high and low to see if DIN IQI's meet ISO standards? Caanyone help clarify?

 
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collin maloney
NDT Inspector, - Plant Inspector
Applus RTD, Australia, Joined Nov 2000, 147

collin maloney

NDT Inspector, - Plant Inspector
Applus RTD,
Australia,
Joined Nov 2000
147
05:44 Nov-06-2014
Re: DIN vs ISO
In Reply to Joshua Spencer at 15:21 Nov-04-2014 (Opening).

Din IQI's predate the current ISO standards, they are however identical in all but name. It will depend on how anal people become! I have attached a supplier chart for your info

 
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RENGARAJU. B. N.
NDT Inspector, NDT Level-III/Radiation Safety Officer(RSO)
Marine and Heavy Engineering Company, MALAYSIA., India, Joined Sep 2014, 106

RENGARAJU. B. N.

NDT Inspector, NDT Level-III/Radiation Safety Officer(RSO)
Marine and Heavy Engineering Company, MALAYSIA.,
India,
Joined Sep 2014
106
14:04 Nov-06-2014
Re: DIN vs ISO
In Reply to Joshua Spencer at 15:21 Nov-04-2014 (Opening).

Dear Sir,

I second the opinion of Mr. Malloney. Apart from the name, the DIN and ISO IQI's are identical.

regards
Rengaraju. B.N.

 
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Uwe Zscherpel
Director,
BAM Berlin, Germany, Joined Jan 2010, 83

Uwe Zscherpel

Director,
BAM Berlin,
Germany,
Joined Jan 2010
83
09:39 Nov-10-2014
Re: DIN vs ISO
In Reply to RENGARAJU. B. N. at 14:04 Nov-06-2014 .

Dear Joshua,

the DIN IQIs where introduced in 1935 by DIN 1915. But be aware, their dimensions have been changed by DIN 54109 in 1962! Since this time DIN wire type IQIs and CEN or ISO wire type IQIs have the same dimensions and wire numbers. Only ASTM is still using the old British style wire numbers at identical dimensions like CEN and ISO, but inverse numbering. So the sum of the corresponding ISO and ASTM wire number is always 18, e.g. ISO wire 10 corresponds to ASTM wire 8.

Best regards

Uwe Z.

 
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J.Spencer
Engineering,
Canada, Joined Jan 2013, 10

J.Spencer

Engineering,
Canada,
Joined Jan 2013
10
15:30 Nov-12-2014
Re: DIN vs ISO
In Reply to Uwe Zscherpel at 09:39 Nov-10-2014 .

Thank you for all the responses... I was able to find something that stated exactly what all of you said. DIN was basically replaced by ISO standards so the 2 are exactly the same for wire sizes

 
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