Catalogue of European standards in the aluminium and

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1 Designations systems chemical composition and environmental aspects 3. 2 Terms and definitions 5,3 Sheet strips and plate and related products 6. 3 1 General applications 6,3 2 Particular requirements 7. 4 Foil and finstock 9,5 Extruded rod bar tube and profiles 10. 5 1 General applications 10,5 2 Particular requirements 12. 6 Forgings and forging stock 13,7 Cold drawn rod bar and tube 15.
7 1 General applications 15,7 2 Special requirement 16. 8 Drawn wire and drawing stock 17,9 Aluminium products for special end uses 19. 9 1 Packaging and articles in contact with foodstuff 19. 9 2 Pressure equipment 20,9 3 Marine 21,9 4 Railway 21. 9 5 Electro technical applications 22,9 6 Transport of dangerous goods 22. 9 7 Structures in construction 22,10 Surface treatment 23.
10 1 Anodising 23,10 2 Coil coating 26,11 Chemical analysis and test methods 27. 12 Liquid metal master alloys ingots and castings 28. 13 Scrap 30, 1 Designations systems chemical composition and environmental. EN 515 2017 Revised Aluminium and aluminium alloys Wrought products Temper. Standard designations, This European Standard establishes temper designations for all forms of wrought aluminium and aluminium alloys. and for continuously cast aluminium and aluminium alloys drawing stock and strip intended to be wrought. NOTE Some of these temper designations may be subject of patent or patent applications and their listing herein. is not to be construed in any way as the granting of a license under such patent right. Additional temper designations conforming to this standard may be standardized with CEN TC 132 and. AECMA 5 provided, The temper is used or is available for use by more than one user. Mechanical property limits are defined, The characteristics of the temper are significantly different from those of all other tempers which have the same.
sequence of basic treatments and for which designations already have been assigned for the same alloy and. The following are also defined if characteristics other than mechanical properties are considered significant. Test methods and limits for the characteristics or. The specific practices used to produce the temper, EN 573 1 2004 Aluminium and aluminium alloys Chemical composition and form of. wrought products Part 1 Numerical designation system. This document specifies a European designation system of wrought aluminium and aluminium alloys based on. an international designation system and the procedure to obtain such international designation. It is in accordance with the Recommendation dated December 15 1970 as revised in March 2002 for an. International Designation System for Wrought Aluminum and Wrought Aluminum Alloys issued by the Aluminum. Association Washington DC 20006 USA This standard applies to wrought products and to ingots intended to. be wrought, EN 573 2 1994 Aluminium and aluminium alloys Chemical composition and form of. wrought products Part 2 Chemical symbol based designation system. This Part of EN 573 specifies a code of designation applicable to aluminium and aluminium alloys as specified in. the relevant European Standards It is a descriptive code based primarily on chemical symbols The designations. in accordance with this Part of EN 573 are intended primarily as a supplement to the four figure designation. described in EN 573 1 This standard applies to wrought products and to ingots intended to be wrought. EN 573 3 2013 Revision Aluminium and aluminium alloys Chemical composition and form of. requested wrought products Part 3 Chemical composition and form of products. This European Standard specifies the chemical composition limits of wrought aluminium and wrought aluminium. alloys and form of products, The chemical composition limits of aluminium and aluminium alloys specified herein are completely identical. with those registered with the Aluminum Association 1525 Wilson Boulevard Suite 600 Arlington VA 22209. USA for the corresponding alloys, Guidelines for the introduction of new wrought aluminium and wrought aluminium alloys in standards are. presented in Annex B, EN 573 5 2007 Aluminium and aluminium alloys Chemical composition and form of.
wrought products Part 5 Codification of standardized wrought products. This document specifies the codification of some standardized semi finished wrought products for use in ordering. information, NOTE Codification is usually required for technical drawings It does not apply to castings cast forging stock. rolling ingots extrusion billets and ingots for re melting. EN 1780 1 2002 Aluminium and aluminium alloys Designation of alloyed aluminium. ingots for re melting master alloys and castings Part 1 Numerical. designation system, This European Standard specifies a five figure numerical designation system for aluminium alloys and master. alloys as specified in the relevant European Standards It applies to ingots for re melting and to castings for all. applications including aerospace A designation system for unalloyed aluminium is specified in EN 576. An alternative chemical symbol based designation system is specified in EN 1780 2 The writing rules for. chemical composition are specified in EN 1780 3, EN 1780 2 2002 Aluminium and aluminium alloys Designation of alloyed aluminium. ingots for remelting master alloys and castings Part 2 Chemical. symbol based designation system, This European Standard specifies a chemical symbol based designation system for aluminium alloys and master. alloys as specified in the relevant European Standards It applies to ingots for re melting and to castings A. designation system for unalloyed aluminium is specified in EN 576. An alternative numerical designation system is specified in EN 1780 1 Writing rules for chemical composition. are specified in EN 1780 3, EN 1780 3 2002 Aluminium and aluminium alloys Designation of alloyed aluminium.
ingots for re melting master alloys and castings Part 3 Writing rules for. chemical composition, This European Standard specifies the writing rules for chemical composition of alloyed aluminium ingots for re. melting master alloys and castings Writing rules for unalloyed aluminium are specified in EN 576. The five figure numerical and the chemical symbol based designation systems of materials are specified in. EN 1780 1 and EN 1780 2 respectively, EN 15530 2008 Aluminium and aluminium alloys Environmental aspects of aluminium. products General guidelines for their inclusion in standards. This European Standard gives guidelines for standard writers who draft standards dealing with aluminium. products or dealing with semi finished products which are intended to be used for aluminium products It applies. to all applications of aluminium products, It provides a structure on how to identify and consider environmental aspects and potential environmental impacts. of aluminium products throughout their life cycle when writing standards taking into account the specific. properties of aluminium and specific aspects of the life cycle of aluminium products It gives guidance on how the. life cycle of aluminium products should be taken into account considering the provisions given in EN ISO 14044. It also explains cases where restrictions on aluminium products which are motivated by environmental. considerations are not appropriate and gives guidance on how to avoid unnecessary requirements This. European Standard does not include health and safety aspects related to the production use or recycling of. aluminium products,2 Terms and definitions, EN 12258 Aluminium and aluminium alloys Terms and definitions Part 1 General. 1 2012 terms, This European Standard defines general terms which are helpful for the communication within the aluminium.
industry and its customers relating to products of aluminium and aluminium alloys Note In some terms and. definitions metal is used for aluminium and aluminium alloys Definitions in other standards applying to a. particular field of application can be more specific than the definitions of identical terms in this standard these. can be found in the relevant standards, EN 12258 Aluminium and aluminium alloys Terms and definitions Part 2. 2 2004 Chemical analysis, This European Standard defines general terms which are helpful for the communication within the aluminium. industry and its customers relating to the chemical analysis A glossary annex A comprises all terms in. alphabetical order which are defined in this standard. EN 12258 Aluminium and aluminium alloys Terms and definitions Part 3 Scrap. This European Standard contains definitions of terms related to scrap of aluminium and aluminium alloys which. are helpful for the communication within the aluminium industry and between the industry and the authorities. Definitions of general terms which are helpful for the communication within the aluminium industry are laid. down in EN 12258 1, EN 12258 Aluminium and aluminium alloys Terms and definitions Part 4. 4 2004 Residues of the aluminium industry, This European Standard contains definitions of terms which are helpful for the communication within the. aluminium industry authorities and subcontractors dealing with the shipment recovery or disposal of residues It. only contains residues which are specific for the aluminium industry Residues which generally occur with identical. inherent properties in other industries and private households are defined in prEN 13965 1 This European. Standard does not contain terms and definitions related to aluminium scrap such terms and de finitions can be. found in prEN 12258 3 The inclusion of a material in this standard does not mean that the material is a waste. Definitions of general terms which are helpful for the communication within the aluminium industry are laid down. in EN 12258 1,3 Sheet strips and plate and related products.
3 1 General applications, EN 485 1 2016 Revised Aluminium and aluminium alloys Sheet strip and plate Part 1. Standard Technical conditions for inspection and delivery. This document specifies the technical conditions for inspection and delivery of wrought aluminium and wrought. aluminium alloy sheet strip and plate for general applications It also includes provisions for ordering and testing. It applies to products with a thickness over 0 20 mm up to and including 400 mm. For many special applications of aluminium strip sheet and plate specific European Standards exist where. different or additional requirements are formulated and the appropriate alloys and tempers are selected see. Annex A Most of these special European Standards refer to provisions of this document The selection of the. relevant special European Standards is under the responsibility of the purchaser. Whenever the application involves special properties such as corrosion resistance toughness fatigue strength. surface appearance and welding properties the user should consult the supplier and consider the relevant special. European Standard as applicable, EN 485 2 2016 Revised Aluminium and aluminium alloys Sheet strip and plate Part 2. Standard Mechanical properties, This European Standard specifies the mechanical properties of wrought aluminium and wrought aluminium alloy. sheet strip and plate for general engineering applications It does not apply to semi finished rolled products in. coiled form to be subjected to further rolling reroll stock or to special products such as corrugated embossed. painted sheets and strips or to special applications such as aerospace can stock finstock for which mechanical. properties are specified in separate European Standards The chemical composition limits of the alloys are. specified in EN 573 3, Temper designations are defined in Annex B in compliance with the provisions of EN 515. EN 485 3 2003 89 106 EEC Aluminium and aluminium alloys Sheet strip and plate Part 3. 305 2011 Tolerances on dimensions and form for hot rolled products. This part of this European Standard specifies the tolerances on form and dimensions for wrought aluminium and. aluminium alloy sheet strip and plate obtained by hot rolling for general engineering applications It applies to. products with a thickness from 2 5 mm up to and including 400 mm It does not apply to semi finished rolled. products in coiled form to be subjected to further rolling reroll stock or to special products such as corrugated. embossed etc sheet and strip or to special applications such as aerospace which are dealt with in separate. European Standards, Technical conditions for inspection and delivery of products covered by this standard are specified in EN 485 1.
EN 485 4 1993 Aluminium and aluminium alloys Sheet strip and plate Part 4. Tolerances on shape and dimensions for cold rolled products. This Part of EN 485 specifies the tolerances on shape and dimensions for wrought aluminium and aluminium. alloy sheet strip and plate obtained by cold rolling for general engineering applications It applies to products. with a thickness over 0 20 mm up to and including 50 mm It does not apply to semi finished rolled products in. coiled form to be subjected to further rolling reroll stock or to special products such as corrugated embossed. etc sheet and strip or to special applications such as aerospace can stock etc which are dealt with in separate. European Standards, Technical conditions for inspection and delivery of products covered by this standard are specified in EN 485 1. the relevant European Standards It is a descriptive code based primarily on chemical symbols The designations in accordance with this Part of EN 573 are intended primarily as a supplement to the four figure designation described in EN 573 1 This standard applies to wrought products and to ingots intended to be wrought EN 573 3 2013 Revision

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