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BS EN 10213 Single Min or Avergae Min for impacts

BS EN 10213 Single Min or Avergae Min for impacts

BS EN 10213 Single Min or Avergae Min for impacts

Within the above standard the Charpy Impact requirement is listed as min 27 j, however there is nothing to indicate whether this is a single minimum requirement or an average minimum requirement.
I have checked through BS 5S100 which is referenced(and BS 6S100 just in case)but I cannot locate anything that definitively would prove one or the other.
Does anyone have any information regarding this.

This is a recurring issue which I need some definitive answer for


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