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What is Europian standard for piping equivalent to ASME B36.10M

What is Europian standard for piping equivalent to ASME B36.10M

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Hi, I am looking for European standard for seamless and welded piping dimensions for normal and high pressure application something similar to ASME B36.10M. Any one can help? It should be DIN EIN xxx something.

RE: What is Europian standard for piping equivalent to ASME B36.10M

To what original code?

Now that there is only one line pipe code ISO 3183 / API 5L there is only one size code AFAIK.

However different pipe or tubing should then reference something about dimensions if it's any different.

The M bit stands for metric so should be OK.

Otherwise try EN 10220 https://www.pipingonline.com/pipes/european_pipe_s...

https://www.en-standard.eu/csn-en-10220-seamless-a...

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RE: What is Europian standard for piping equivalent to ASME B36.10M

I think the wording or semantics of the OP are a bit off. He's talking standard, not code (or Code for those on the other side of the Great Ocean).
ISO 1127 is the current standard, which has superseded the former DIN 2462 (which I think is the one the OP referenced).

/edt @ LI; EN 10220 is a product standard, whereas ISO 1127 seems to be more on it's own (i.e. general) I believe.

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