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Sets out requirements for seamless and electric resistance-welded carbon steel tubes, not exceeding 5 inch outside diameter, intended primarily for boilers and unfired pressure vessels for use at temperatures not in excess of 400 degrees Celsius (725 degrees F). Data on the mechanical properties at elevated temperatures for the materials specified is given in Appendix C. This data may be used for design purposes in accordance with the application code but is not subject to verification. Diameters and thicknesses of tubes appropriate to this specification are shown in Appendix D.
 

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  1. AS B235-1970

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    Boiler and superheater tubes - Carbon steel tubes without specifiedelevated temperatures properties (for design metal temperature up to and including 400 Degrees Celcius (752 Degrees Fahrenheit))

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  2. AS B102-1951


    Specification for electric-resistance welded steel tubes for boilers and unfired pressure vessels (for designed steam temperatures not exceeding 850 degrees F (454 degrees C))

    • Historical Version
  3. AS B18-1951


    Cold drawn weldless steel tubes for boilers and unfired pressure vessels [for designed steam temperatures not exceeding 850 degrees F. (454 degrees C.)]

    • Historical Version
  4. AS B19-1951


    Hot finished weldless steel tubes for boilers and unfired pressure vessels [for designed steam temperatures not exceeding 850 degrees F. (454 degrees C.)]

    • Historical Version
  5. AS B18 and AS B19 and AS B64 Am 2:1951


    Cold drawn weldless steel tubes for boilers and unfired pressure vessels [for designed steam temperatures not exceeding 850 degrees F. (454 degrees C.)]

    • Historical Version
  6. AS B102-1950


    Specification for electric-resistance welded steel tubes for boilers and unfired pressure vessels (for designed steam temperatures not exceeding 850 degrees F (454 degrees C))

    • Historical Version
  7. AS B64-1949


    Lapwelded steel tubes for boilers and unfired pressure vessels (for external pressure)

    • Historical Version
  8. AS B18-1949


    Cold drawn weldless steel tubes for boilers and unfired pressure vessels [for designed steam temperatures not exceeding 850 degrees F. (454 degrees C.)]

    • Historical Version
  9. AS B19-1949


    Hot finished weldless steel tubes for boilers and unfired pressure vessels [for designed steam temperatures not exceeding 850 degrees F. (454 degrees C.)]

    • Historical Version
  10. AS B18 and AS B19 and AS B64-1940 Am 1:1949


    Cold drawn weldless steel tubes for boilers and unfired pressure vessels [for designed steam temperatures not exceeding 850 degrees F. (454 degrees C.)]

    • Historical Version
  11. AS (E)B514-1944


    Australian Standard Specification (Emergency Series) for Electric-Resistance-Welded Steel Tubes for Boilers and Unfired Pressure Vessels

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  12. AS B64-1940


    Lapwelded steel tubes for boilers and unfired pressure vessels (for external pressure)

    • Historical Version
  13. AS B18-1940


    Cold drawn weldless steel tubes for boilers and unfired pressure vessels [for designed steam temperatures not exceeding 850 degrees F. (454 degrees C.)]

    • Historical Version
  14. AS B19-1940


    Hot finished weldless steel tubes for boilers and unfired pressure vessels [for designed steam temperatures not exceeding 850 degrees F. (454 degrees C.)]

    • Historical Version
  15. AS B18-1931


    Cold finished weldless steel tubes

    • Historical Version
  16. AS B19-1931


    Hot worked weldless steel tubes

    • Historical Version