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CONSTRUCTION CODE

CONSTRUCTION CODE

CONSTRUCTION CODE

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hi Dear

Kindly suggest to me a construction code for the Water pipeline project. we have to start sleeve welding at a road crossing
Here Pipeline is RTR piping but the sleeve is CS then which code is need refer for the welding of sleeve

RE: CONSTRUCTION CODE

kunjhon,
You do not come on here and ask us what construction code you should be using - sorry mate but that is ridiculous.
Who are you working for ?
They are the people you should be asking.

RE: CONSTRUCTION CODE

It's not a pressure containing part, so you could either choose a structural welding specification / code or look up an AWWA water pipeline code.

Welding codes for hydrocarbon pipes are too complex for your use.

AWWA C206 looks like the best /I can see.

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RE: CONSTRUCTION CODE

Another safety-critical job engineered by a CPWE - Certified Pretend Welding Engineer.

This species is closely related to the frequently-spotted CSWE - Crowd-Sourcing Welding Engineer.

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