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Sunday, January 13, 2013

Re: [MW:16492] IS THE WPS FOR PIPING P1 MATERIAL IS QUALIFIED FOR ASTM 53 GR A PIPE FOR STRUCTURAL PART?

Dear Pradeep,

Client contractual requirements are final. so pl.comply to the requirements.
You may use this WPS for Structural welding provided you raise a deviation / technical query and get the client acceptance for this.
Regards,

PARAG

On Jan 12, 2013 12:08 PM, "Pradeep kumar hormis" <pkhormis@gmail.com> wrote:
SIR

WE HAVE PRE QUALIFIED WPS WITH ASTM 106 OR EQUIVALENT MATERIAL P1 TO P1 . PROCESS GTAW, THICKNESS 1.5 TO 11.08.AS PER ASMESEC IX.

WE HAVE PIPES ASTM 53 Gr A GALVANIZED PIPE FOR HAND RAIL APPLICATION SCH.40 (3.67 MM) .IS THE ABOVE MENTIONED WPS IS COMPATIBLE FOR THIS APPLICATION OR NOT?  THIS PIPES BECOMES THE PART OF STRUCTURAL ...SO CLIENT REQUIREMENT IS NEEDS WPS BASED ON AWS D1.1.

IS IT MANDATORY?

BASE METAL COMING UNDER P1 ..SO IS IT POSSIBLE TO APPLY HERE OR NOT.

PLS ADVICE.
 

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Thanks & Regards

PRADEEPKUMAR HORMIS
QC WELDING INSPECTOR




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