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ISO - 4126 (Parts 1 to 11)

ISO - 4126 (Parts 1 to 11)

ISO - 4126 (Parts 1 to 11)

Anybody know where the standards ISO - 4126 can be viewed on-line ? That is to say, for information without charge.

While I am on the subject, are these standards being specified, used etc., by end users, engineers, new builds etc., and in what parts of the world.

Thank you for your input.

Per ISO, only the term Safety Valve is used for all overpressure eventualities regardless of design.

RE: ISO - 4126 (Parts 1 to 11)

ISO is a non-governmental standards organization that must offset their operating costs. Thus they charge a fee for their products (standards). The only free copies are stolen copies. I assume that's not what you're seeking?

The ISO 4126 series of pressure-relief standards (product and application standards) are widely used in Europe. That's because ISO 4126 is a "harmonized" standard which means that it can be applied in any EU country, without being superseded or modified by local country-specific requirements.

RE: ISO - 4126 (Parts 1 to 11)

Try googling.

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