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DIN - DVS 2202

Evaluation of joints between thermoplastics on piping parts and panels - Characteristics, description, evaluation

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Organization: DIN
Publication Date: 1 August 2016
Status: active
Page Count: 8
ICS Code (Thermoplastic materials): 83.080.20
ICS Code (Welding processes): 25.160.10
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Purpose and scope

This guideline documents and describes fl aws in welded joints of thermoplastic materials for the processes mentioned herein, with the aim of enabling a generally applicable assessment under consideration of a set of graduated quality requirements. This guideline is primarily intended to assist with visual assessment, supplemented by further tests. The characteristics of new and future plastics may diff er from the specifi cations in this guideline (e.g. bead shape). If materials with diff erent properties (e.g. MFR) are welded together, this must be taken into consideration when interpreting the results.

Application of the guideline and actions taken to ensure compliance may be defi ned by legal provisions, general codes of practice or supply agreements, for example.

The assessment of joints in accordance with this guideline may only be performed by an expert with the necessary experience, e.g. a specialist in plastics welding as per Guideline DVS 2213.

Document History

April 1, 2017
Evaluation of joints made from thermoplastic materials in pipeline components and panels - Adhesive bonding of ABS/PVC-U/PVC-C
This supplement covers the evaluation of adhesive-bonded joints in pipeline construction (e.g. gas, water, waste water, industrial and domestic installation systems), which have been adhesive-bonded...
August 1, 2016
Assessment of defects in joints between thermoplastics on piping parts and panels - Hot-gas extrusion welding (WE)
This supplement covers the assessment of hot-gas extrusion welded joints (WE), which were welded in accordance with DVS 2207-4 and DVS 2207-5, for example. Where appropriate, this guideline can also...
August 1, 2016
Assessment of defects in joints between thermoplastics on piping parts and panels - Hot-gas welding with torch separate from filler rod, high-speed hot-gas welding (WF/WZ)
This supplement covers the assessment of Hot-gas welded joints (WF and WZ), which were welded according to Guideline DVS 2207-3 or DVS 2207-5, for example. Where appropriate, this guideline can also...
DVS 2202
August 1, 2016
Evaluation of joints between thermoplastics on piping parts and panels - Characteristics, description, evaluation
Purpose and scope This guideline documents and describes fl aws in welded joints of thermoplastic materials for the processes mentioned herein, with the aim of enabling a generally applicable...
November 1, 2012
Assessment of defects in joints between thermoplastics on piping parts and panels - Sleeve welding with an incorporated heating element (HM)
A description is not available for this item.
November 1, 2012
Assessment of defects in joints between thermoplastics on piping parts and panels - Heated tool sleeve welding (HD)
A description is not available for this item.

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