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DIN pipe size table
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DIN pipe size table

DIN pipe size table

(OP)
I am looking for a table showing pipe sizes (OD and wall thickness) for DIN standard piping, something similar to ANSI B36.10. Can anyone help? Thanks.

RE: DIN pipe size table

as far as I know , the threadedto be pipe , or schedule pipes are universal sized.

I had fit a lot of machines from Japan, Germany, Usa and all have the same outside diameter.
I guess all are ruled by the schedulle as ASA.

Maybe I'm wrong , but it is what I seen on worksite.
  

Pardal

RE: DIN pipe size table

The standard dimensions used for pipe are fairly global.  The pipe dimesions are nominal and rounded.  For example, NPS 20 (nominal pipe size 20 inch) has the same outside diameter as DN 500 (diameter nominal 500 mm).  These simply identify the pipe, but do not necessarily correspond to precise dimensions. In the case of NPS 20, the outside diameter is 508 mm. Regarding DIN, which are German standards, I believe that most if not all of the ASME B36.10 (it is now ASME) diameters are included in the DIN standards.

RE: DIN pipe size table

Good Morning - suggest going to website www.pipingdesign.com which should list DIN dimensions - did the last time I looked at it anyway - Cheers.

RE: DIN pipe size table

(OP)
thanks for the link jeroenjacobs. just what i was looking for.

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