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A519 Wall Thickness Tolerance

A519 Wall Thickness Tolerance

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I have a question regarding ASTM A519 wall thickness tolerance.  The wall thickness tolerance says

- If OD is less than 3", the tolerance is 12.5% when the WT < 15% of the OD and 10.0% when WT > 15% of the OD.
- If OD is 3" to less than 6", the tolerance is 10% when the WT < 15% of the OD and 7.5% when WT > 15% of the OD.
- If OD is 6" to less than 10.75", the tolerance is 10% regardless of OD & WT ratios.

My question is the wall thickness tolerance listed above a +/- tolerance or the total deviation?  For example, 8" x 6.25" tube has nominal wall thickness of .875"  so is the allowable range:
•    .875" +/- .087"
•    .875" +/- .043"

Thank You

RE: A519 Wall Thickness Tolerance

According to the title of Table 7 in A 519 specification

Wall Thickness Tolerance,(footnote A) percent Over
and Under Nominal

,,,means % over and under nominal

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