If material was purchased at the mill as EN 10025 material and this
was also mentioned in the purchase order, including which material
type according to which part of EN 10025 because there 6 different
parts, than the mill should deliver this material according to that
specification. If it's not possible for the mill to meet those
requirements they should mention such in front.
It is not necessary to deliver material with 3.2 certificate, only
when required by purchase order. If nothing was specified the material
can confirm material properties by a EN 10204 - 2.2 certificate.
General they need to specify material code (+ edition) and material
type including mechanical properties and chemical composition. ALso
heat no. and if applicable plate numbers should be present. If any
supplement requirements are agreed in front and mentioned in the
purchase order as well than the results of those requirements should
be mentioned on the certificate as well or being available on separate
test reports with clear references to the material on the certificate.
Material always need to be marked with type and heat number by hard
stamps when 3.1 or 3.2 was requested, lot of manufacturers also stamp
there material when it's delivered with 2.2 certificate but as far as
I know this is not required.
So if material was order as EN 10025 material and this is not
confirmed on the material certificate I wouldn't accept the material.
On 12 okt, 06:40, limesh M <limes...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear All,
> I need your help.I have some material certificates from vendors.I have to
> review and give feed back to procurement department based on BSEN 10025.But
> I found that the mill certificates looks like cut and paste from somewhere
> else.I couldn't find any EN10204 3.1 or 3.2 marking.My client want material
> based on EN standard but mill certificate showing JIS
> standard.ChemicaI&mechanical properties,heat number,dimension, are available
> in the certificate.
> 1. As per BSEN 10025 what are all the items required in the mill certificate
> 2.Is it mandatory that all mill certificate shall be 3.2 ?
> 3.Can I accept mill certificate with out BSEN 10025 identification?
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