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EN 1092-1 Bolt length

EN 1092-1 Bolt length

(OP)
Does anyone knows where in EN1092-1 the minimum required bolt length is treated?
Or is bolt lengths discussed in construction codes that reference to EN1092-1?

RE: EN 1092-1 Bolt length

RE: EN 1092-1 Bolt length

(OP)
Thanks, but your reply didnt answer my question. Im looking for bolt lengths, especially where they're specified in EN1092-1.
Perhaps EN1092-1 doesnt specify anything on that, which makes the answer a simple 'No'.
Perhaps a construction code referencing to EN1092-1 specifies bolt lentghs?

RE: EN 1092-1 Bolt length

I am not sure where bolt length is discussed, but it is not in EN 1092-1. The bolt diameter and number are shown in the various tables, as is the height/thickness of the flanges, but nothing specific on bolt length.

RE: EN 1092-1 Bolt length

(OP)
TVP, so far Ive figured that out too.
Perhaps a construction code like EN 13445 (vessels) or EN 13480 (piping) will mention it.
I'll check EN 13480.

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