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BS EN 10025-2:2004 Mill Certificate

BS EN 10025-2:2004 Mill Certificate

BS EN 10025-2:2004 Mill Certificate

(OP)
Morning all;
I hope someone can help who is in the know. I have been looking at a number of 3.1 mill certificates against a BOM and found an issue (I think).

The material requested is S355JR+N but on the material certificate it just says S355JR. I have queried this back to the supplier and they said not all mills state the +AR or +N. Is this correct? I would assume if you ask for +N or +AR it should state it on the mill cert?

Hope someone can help?
Regards,
Ant

RE: BS EN 10025-2:2004 Mill Certificate

It is mandatory to indicate the delivery condition in the inspection document, see BS EN 10025-2 subclause 6.3
"If an inspection document is required (see 8.2) the delivery condition shall be indicated in it with its specific symbol (+N, +AR or +M). In case the products are ordered in the delivery condition +N, +AR or +M the specific symbol (+N, +AR or +M) shall be added to the designation (see 4.2.2).

RE: BS EN 10025-2:2004 Mill Certificate

If the certificate states that the material has been normalized, it is ok.

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