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CVN from AWS D1.1 Qualification requirements for Thickness

CVN from AWS D1.1 Qualification requirements for Thickness

CVN from AWS D1.1 Qualification requirements for Thickness

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Hi Everyone, I have a PQR with 6GR Position with Thickness 10 mm as per AWS D1.1 2015, my question is if I need to weld a plate with Thickness 5mm will need to have a new PQR due to thickness, which CVN is Mandatory

RE: CVN from AWS D1.1 Qualification requirements for Thickness

ozo1983,
Open D1.1 and have a look.
Took me about 1 minute to get the answer.
As noted on here many times previously the intent of this forum is to assist when someone cannot find something.
It is obvious you haven't even looked.
Regards,
Shane

RE: CVN from AWS D1.1 Qualification requirements for Thickness

Hi Shane... I don't have D1.1. Can you give me a hint?

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RE: CVN from AWS D1.1 Qualification requirements for Thickness

Table 4.6 (2) - Minimum thickness qualified is T or 5/8" (16 mm), whichever is less

RE: CVN from AWS D1.1 Qualification requirements for Thickness

Thanks...

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