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Jim99 (Mechanical)
24 Jan 03 15:58
We have a customer who has asked us if our equipment could be in compliance with EN 10204/3.1B formally DIN 50049/3.1A/3.1B/3.1C.  Does anyone know what this is or means?
Helpful Member!  TVP (Materials)
24 Jan 03 17:18
EN 10204 METALLIC PRODUCTS - TYPES OF INSPECTION DOCUMENTS is the name of the standard.  I believe what you meant to say was "...formerly DIN 50409...", as EN 10204 superceded DIN 50049 INSPECTION DOCUMENTS FOR THE DELIVERY OF METALLIC PRODUCTS.  FYI, EN standards are adopted by the various national standards organizations (DIN, BS, etc.) so you would purchase BS EN 10204 or DIN EN 10204, not just EN 10204.  You can obtain more information on EN 10204 and DIN 50049 using the following links:

http://global.ihs.com/search_res.cfm?currency_code=USD&customer_id=%21%25NGK%0A&shopping_cart_id=%27%2587%2AI%404NZ%40%20%24%0A&country_code=US&lang_code=ENGL

http://global.ihs.com/doc_detail.cfm?currency_code=USD&customer_id=%21%25BU%5E%0A&shopping_cart_id=%27%2587%2AI%404NZ%40%20%26%0A&country_code=US&lang_code=ENGL&item_s_key=00028540&item_key_date=070831&input_doc_number=DIN%2050049&input_doc_title=
Helpful Member!  Jim99 (Mechanical)
25 Jan 03 12:00
TV,
Thanks for info
tmazza (Mechanical)
6 May 03 12:51
Can anyone e-mail me a copy of the EN 10204 Standard?
TVP (Materials)
6 May 03 13:55
tmazza,

No, this is a violation of International copyright laws.  Use the above link to Global Engineering if you want to obtain the standard.
tmazza (Mechanical)
6 May 03 15:33
I am sorry. I didn't know that.
Thanks anyway

Tais
Helpful Member!(3)  grandnobi (Mechanical)
3 Jun 03 17:27
tmazza,

if a version of EN 10204 in german language is of any help to you, you can also find a nice compilation of its contents here:

http://www.edelstahlservice-sulz.de/TechNotes/pdfs/EN10204.pdf
notthathot (Materials)
21 Aug 03 2:32
grandnobi, i have checked the german standard version of en 10204 However would anyone be able to find a an english version of the compilation ?
grandnobi (Mechanical)
27 Aug 03 18:35
not_that_hot *g*,

this site shows the decisive table of EN 10204, summarizing the features of the various inspection certificates:
 
http://www.unionocel.cz/?page=atesty_en

Regards
notthathot (Materials)
29 Aug 03 0:42
Dear Grandnobi, thanks for the info, i appreciate it a lot.
Should you have any other resource links that provide more information , please be so kind to pass it to me.

Best Regards,

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