where expertise comes together - since 1996 -

The Largest Open Access Portal of Nondestructive Testing (NDT)

Conference Proceedings, Articles, News, Exhibition, Forum, Network and more

where expertise comes together
- since 1996 -
923 views
Technical Discussions
Nick Welland
Nick Welland
01:32 Jun-22-2007
EN Welding Quality Standard

Good Day everyone,

A client wishes to qualify welders to EN 287-1:2004.

What is the current EN version of ISO 5817:2003?

My searches have only shown EN 25817:1993 as "superseded".
Is it correct to inspect to the ISO, or have changes been made to adopt as an EN?

Regards
Nick


    
 
 Reply 
 
ovidiu
NDT Inspector, thermography
ISCIR, Romania, Joined Dec 2005, 16

ovidiu

NDT Inspector, thermography
ISCIR,
Romania,
Joined Dec 2005
16
07:18 Jun-22-2007
Re: EN Welding Quality Standard
EN ISO 5817:2003 is in use

-----------Start Original Message -----------
: Good Day everyone,
: A client wishes to qualify welders to EN 287-1:2004.
: What is the current EN version of ISO 5817:2003?
: My searches have only shown EN 25817:1993 as "superseded".
: Is it correct to inspect to the ISO, or have changes been made to adopt as an EN?
: Regards
: Nick
------------ End Original Message ------------




    
 
 Reply 
 
Udo Schlengermann
Consultant, -
Standards Consulting, Germany, Joined Nov 1998, 177

Udo Schlengermann

Consultant, -
Standards Consulting,
Germany,
Joined Nov 1998
177
08:12 Jun-22-2007
Re: EN Welding Quality Standard
reply:

The actual documents are:

EN 287-1:2004 + Amendment 2:2006.

EN 25718 is superseded by a single EN ISO standard:

EN ISO 5817:2003 + Corrigendum 2006

Best regards

Udo Schlengermann
GE Inspection Technologies GmbH, Huerth, Germany
Convener CEN/TC121/SC5/WG2 (UT of welds)


----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Good Day everyone,
: A client wishes to qualify welders to EN 287-1:2004.
: What is the current EN version of ISO 5817:2003?
: My searches have only shown EN 25817:1993 as "superseded".
: Is it correct to inspect to the ISO, or have changes been made to adopt as an EN?
: Regards
: Nick
------------ End Original Message ------------




    
 
 Reply 
 

Product Spotlight

Navic - Steerable Modular Automated Scanner

The Navic is a modular, motorized, steerable scanner designed to carry multiple attachments used
...
in various scanning and inspection applications. The Navic is capable of weld scanning (girth welds and long seam welds), automated corrosion mapping, and tank scanning.
>

HD-CR 35 NDT Computed Radiography System

Portable high-resolution CR scanner for all radiography applications - weld testing, profile images
...
and aerospace. No matter what type of radiographic testing you are performing, the unique TreFoc Technology of the HD-CR 35 NDT imaging plate scanner always guarantees the highest image quality.
>

FMC/TFM

Next generation for Phased Array UT is here now with FMC/TFM! Have higher resolution imaging, impr
...
oved signal to noise ratio, characterize, size and analyze defects better with access to several wave mode views and save raw FMC data for higher quality analysis.  Some of the benefits are:
  • Beautiful Image! Easier to understand what you're looking at
  • Completely focused in entire image or volume
  • Much easier to define setups before inspection
  • Easier to decipher geometry echoes from real defects
  • Oriented defects (e.g. cracks) are imaged better
  • See image from different wave modes from one FMC inspection
  • FMC data can be reprocessed/analyzed without going back to the field
>

Conformable wedge transducer

The conformability is obtained with a flexible membrane filled with water between the transducer and
...
the inspected component. The coupling between the membrane and the component requires a small quantity of water or couplant. The conformable wedge combines the acoustic performance of immersion technique with good coupling and low attenuation.
>

Share...
We use technical and analytics cookies to ensure that we will give you the best experience of our website - More Info
Accept
top
this is debug window