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WITHDRAWN STANDARDS AND ITS EQUIVALENT ONES

WITHDRAWN STANDARDS AND ITS EQUIVALENT ONES

WITHDRAWN STANDARDS AND ITS EQUIVALENT ONES

(OP)
Der Friends,
Would like to hear your views on the below international standards withdrawn, and hence their equivalent ones which can be used
1. BS 970 (Withdrawn)...Can BS EN 10089 be considered equivalent? (This EN 10089 is still under review, as I understand)...your inputs please
2. BS 2874 (Withdrawn) ....Can BS EN 12164 be considered equivalent?
3. ASTM A 569 (withdrawn)....Can ASTM A 1011 be considered equivalent?
4. ASTM A 238 Gr B......Can Grade C/D of ASTM A 283 be considered an alternative or equivalent?

Appreciate your thoughts on the above
Thanks in advance

RE: WITHDRAWN STANDARDS AND ITS EQUIVALENT ONES

EN 10089 is a standard published in 2002 that is valid and can be used.
Perhaps they are working on a current revision, but this is currently the valid version.

I don't know the BS standards, but from a quick google it doesn't seem like the 10089 can be used in its place.

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Replaced By BS EN 10095:1999, BS EN 10250-4:2000, BS EN 10085:2001, PD 970:2001, BS EN 10087:1999, BS EN 10083-1:1991, BS EN 10084:1998

RE: WITHDRAWN STANDARDS AND ITS EQUIVALENT ONES

Within ASTM if a std is withdrawn they tell you what the replacement(s) are.

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RE: WITHDRAWN STANDARDS AND ITS EQUIVALENT ONES

Yes, the ASTM website and the current standard give that kind of information

"Everyone is entitled to their own opinions, but they are not entitled to their own facts."

RE: WITHDRAWN STANDARDS AND ITS EQUIVALENT ONES

For British Standards if you to this site:

https://shop.bsigroup.com/

At the top of the page you can search by standard number and the returned list gives the status as current, withdrawn etc. If you click on the link for the page details you get more information, if the standard is withdrawn it will provides details of the standard that replaced it. In the case of BS 970 it may be a bit trickier as it will depend on the year and the which part. Search tip, don't just put in the number include the relevant standard letters or you will get a list that includes BS, BS EN, BS EN ISO, BS PD and even ASTM publications most of which will be on a completely different topic area.

Cheers

GG

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