03:04 Apr-27-2005 Re: What year did ASME allow the use of wire IQI's??? Hi Bob:
They first appeared in ASME V, 1986, 1987 Addenda (A87). Let me know if you need more info.
----------- Start Original Message ----------- : Does anyone know when ASME first allowed the use of wire IQI's??? : ...and was there any justification given??? : I'm pretty sure they appeared in Sec V Art 2 table T276 long before they were allowed by Sec III, NB-5000 table NB-5111-1. : Any help would be appreciated. : Thanks.... ------------ End Original Message ------------
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