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ASTM F269 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR SAG OF TUNGSTEN WIRE Organization: ASTM
Date: 1960-09-19
Description: This test method covers a determination of the sag properties of tungsten wire 0.030 in. (0.76 mm) and over in diameter. The values stated in inch-pound units are to be regarded as standard.
ASTM F288 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR TUNGSTEN WIRE FOR ELECTRON DEVICES AND LAMPS Organization: ASTM
Date: 1996-06-10
Description: NOTE 1—A dimensional measurement method for testing nonsag tungsten wire above 0.030 in. (0.76 mm) in diameter is provided in Test Method F269.
ASTM F204 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR SURFACE FLAWS IN TUNGSTEN SEAL ROD AND WIRE Organization: ASTM
Date: 1976-11-26
Description: This test method covers the determination of the presence of surface flaws in tungsten-seal rod and wire of random or cut lengths, and in the tungsten section of multiple-piecethrough leads used in electronic devices, by means of examination of a glass bead sealed to the tungsten.
ASTM F73 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR TUNGSTEN-RHENIUM ALLOY WIRE FOR ELECTRON DEVICES AND LAMPS Organization: ASTM
Date: 1996-06-10
Description: This specification covers tungsten-rhenium alloy wire suitable for use in electron devices and lamps.
ASTM B166 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR NICKEL-CHROMIUM-IRON ALLOYS (UNS N06600, N06601, N06603, N06690, N06693, N06025, N06045, AND N06696), NICKEL- CHROMIUM-COBALT-MOLYBDENUM ALLOY (UNS N06617), AND NICKEL-IRON-CHROMIUM-TUNGSTEN ALLOY (UNS N06674) ROD, BAR, AND WIRE Organization: ASTM
Date: 2011-10-01
Description: This specification2 covers nickel-chromium-iron alloys (UNS N06600, N06601, N06603, N06690, N06693, N06025, N06045, and N06696),* nickel-chromium-cobalt-molybdenum alloy (UNS N06617), and nickel-iron-chromium-tungsten (UNS N06674) alloy in the form of hot-finished and coldworked rounds, squares, hexagons, rectangles, and coldworked wire.
ASTM B365 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR TANTALUM AND TANTALUM ALLOY ROD AND WIRE Organization: ASTM
Date: 2012-12-01
Description: The materials covered by this specification are: R05200, unalloyed tantalum, electron-beam furnace or vacuum-arc melt, or both, R05400, unalloyed tantalum, powder-metallurgy consolidation, R05255, tantalum alloy, 90 % tantalum, 10 % tungsten, electron-beam furnace or vacuum-arc melt, or both, R05252, tantalum alloy, 97.5 % tantalum, 2.5 % tungsten, electron-beam furnace or vacuum-arc melt, or both, and R05240 tantalum alloy, 60 % tantalum, 40 % niobium, electron-beam furnace or vacuum-arc melt, or both.
ASTM B387 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR MOLYBDENUM AND MOLYBDENUM ALLOY BAR, ROD, AND WIRE Organization: ASTM
Date: 2010-06-01
Description: Molybdenum Alloy 366—Vacuum arc-cast molybdenum, 30 % tungsten alloy. The values stated in inch-pound units are to be regarded as standard.
TSE - TS EN 60432-2/A1 - INCANDESCENT LAMPS - SAFETY SPECIFICATIONS - PART 2: TUNGSTEN HALOGEN LAMPS FOR DOMSTIC AND SIMILAR GENERAL LIGHTING PURPOSES Organization: TSE
Date: 2006-04-25
Description: This standard specifies test methods applicable to prestressing steels (bar, wire or strand) Bu standard, öngerme çeliklerine (çubuk, tel veya halat). uygulanacak deney metotlarını kapsar
UL - 2438 BULLETIN - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY OUTDOOR SEASONAL-USE CORD-CONNECTED WIRING DEVICES - COMMENTS DUE: JULY 14, 2014 Organization: UL
Date: 2014-06-13
Description: When the switch is used to control a load fitting, it shall be AC tungsten rated have voltage and current ratings not less than the load it is intended to control.
DS/EN ISO 15011-1 - HEALTH AND SAFETY IN WELDING AND ALLIED PROCESSES - LABORATORY METHOD FOR SAMPLING FUME AND GASES - PART 1: DETERMINATION OF FUME EMISSION RATE DURING ARC WELDING AND COLLECTION OF FUME FOR ANALYSIS Organization: DS
Date: 2009-10-30
Description: The methods described are suitable for use with all open arc welding processes except tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding, which produces little fume.
DSF/PREN ISO 15011-1 - HEALTH AND SAFETY IN WELDING AND ALLIED PROCESSES - LABORATORY METHOD FOR SAMPLING FUME AND GASES - PART 1: DETERMINATION OF FUME EMISSION RATE DURING ARC WELDING AND COLLECTION OF FUME FOR ANALYSIS (ISO/DIS 15011-1:2015) Organization: DS
Description: The methods described are suitable for use with all open arc welding processes except tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding, which produces little fume.
ISO 15011-1 - HEALTH AND SAFETY IN WELDING AND ALLIED PROCESSES — LABORATORY METHOD FOR SAMPLING FUME AND GASES — PART 1: DETERMINATION OF FUME EMISSION RATE DURING ARC WELDING AND COLLECTION OF FUME FOR ANALYSIS - SECOND EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2009-10-15
Description: The methods described are suitable for use with all open arc welding processes except tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding, which produces little fume.
SNV - SN EN ISO 15011-1 - HEALTH AND SAFETY IN WELDING AND ALLIED PROCESSES - LABORATORY METHOD FOR SAMPLING FUME AND GASES - PART 1: DETERMINATION OF FUME EMISSION RATE DURING ARC WELDING AND COLLECTION OF FUME FOR ANALYSIS Organization: SNV
Date: 2010-03-01
Description: The methods described are suitable for use with all open arc welding processes except tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding, which produces little fume.
ISO DIS 15011-1 - HEALTH AND SAFETY IN WELDING AND ALLIED PROCESSES - LABORATORY METHOD FOR SAMPLING FUME AND GASES - PART 1: DETERMINATION OF FUME EMISSION RATE DURING ARC WELDING AND COLLECTION OF FUME FOR ANALYSIS Organization: ISO
Date: 2015-02-12
Description: The methods described are suitable for use with all open arc welding processes except tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding, which produces little fume.
AWS A5.9/A5.9M - SPECIFICATION FOR BARE STAINLESS STEEL WELDING ELECTRODES AND RODS - 8TH EDITION Organization: AWS
Date: 2012-01-01
Description: This specification prescribes requirements for the classification of bare stainless steel wire, strip, composite metal cored, and stranded welding electrodes and rods for gas metal arc, gas tungsten arc, submerged arc, and other fusion welding processes.
DIN EN ISO 2503 - GAS WELDING EQUIPMENT - PRESSURE REGULATORS AND PRESSURE REGULATORS WITH FLOW-METERING DEVICES FOR GAS CYLINDERS USED IN WELDING, CUTTING AND ALLIED PROCESSES UP TO 300 BAR (30 MPA) (ISO 2503:2009 + AMD 1:2015) (INCLUDES AMENDMENT :2015) Organization: DIN
Date: 2015-12-01
Description: This International Standard also specifies requirements for single or two-stage pressure regulators with flowmetering devices for connection to gas cylinders used for ⎯ compressed gases or mixtures up to 300 bar (30 MPa), and ⎯ carbon dioxide (CO2), for use in welding, cutting and allied processes. Typical processes using this equipment are: tungsten inert-gas arc welding (TIG), metal-arc inert-gas welding (MIG), metal-arc active-gas welding (MAG), plasma arc welding, tubular-cored-wiretubular-cored-wire welding and plasma cutting.
CEN - EN ISO 2503 - GAS WELDING EQUIPMENT - PRESSURE REGULATORS AND PRESSURE REGULATORS WITH FLOW-METERING DEVICES FOR GAS CYLINDERS USED IN WELDING, CUTTING AND ALLIED PROCESSES UP TO 300 BAR (30 MPA) - INCORPORATES AMENDMENT A1: 2015 Organization: CEN
Date: 2009-07-01
Description: This International Standard also specifies requirements for single or two-stage pressure regulators with flowmetering devices for connection to gas cylinders used for - compressed gases or mixtures up to 300 bar (30 MPa), and - carbon dioxide (CO2), for use in welding, cutting and allied processes. Typical processes using this equipment are: tungsten inert-gas arc welding (TIG), metal-arc inert-gas welding (MIG), metal-arc active-gas welding (MAG), plasma arc welding, tubular-cored-wiretubular-cored-wire welding a nd p lasma cutting.
AA - AT 1 - REPAIR OF ALUMINUM AUTOMOTIVE SHEET BY WELDING Organization: AA
Date: 1994-04-01
Description: There are two principal welding processes in use today: gas metal-arc (GMA) welding and gas tungsten-arc (GTA) welding. These processes are popularly known as MIG and TIG, respectively.
AA WATP23 - WELDING ALUMINUM: THEORY AND PRACTICE - FOURTH EDITION Organization: AA
Date: 2002-01-01
Description: The breakthrough for aluminum as a structural metal occurred with the introduction in the 1940s of the inert gas welding processes, such as Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW, also referred to as Metal Inert Gas or MIG) and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW, also referred to as Tungsten Inert Gas or TIG). It became possible to make high strength welds without corrosive fluxes at high speeds and in all positions.

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