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ISO 10497 & API 607 (Valves Fire Test)

ISO 10497 & API 607 (Valves Fire Test)

ISO 10497 & API 607 (Valves Fire Test)

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            About fire testing of valves (see also thread408-131095 and thread809-133009): is it true that ISO 10497 (2nd edition, 2004-08-15)* has been adopted by API as the 5th edition of API 607?
            Is it therefore the same to have the first or the second one?
            Any important differences in respect to the relevant previous editions of both standards?

Thanks to all,            'NGL     

* See:     http://www.iso.org/iso/en/CatalogueDetailPage.CatalogueDetail?CSNUMBER=33203&ICS1=23&ICS2=60&ICS3=1#top

RE: ISO 10497 & API 607 (Valves Fire Test)

Do anyone know if this ISO 10497 apply also to metal to metal seated valves?

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