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Specifies requirements for brazed steel cylinders with no longitudinal joint and not more than two circumferential joints, of water capacity not less than 0.1 kg nor more than 11 kg, which have test pressures from 1750 kPa to 7000 kPa and are intended for the storage and transport of compressed gases in accordance with AS 2030.1.
 

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  1. AS 2468-1989

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    Steel cylinders for compressed gases - Brazed - 0.1 kg to 11 kg

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  2. AS 2468-1981


    Steel cylinders for compressed gases - Brazed - 0.1 kg to 11 kg

    • Historical Version
  3. AS B115-1966


    Welded or brazed steel cylinders for compressed gases (incorporating Amdts 1 to 5)

    • Historical Version
  4. AS B115-1958


    Welded or brazed steel cylinders for compressed gases

    • Historical Version
  5. AS B15-1950


    Welded steel cylinders for the storage and transport of low pressureliquefiable gases

    • Historical Version
  6. AS B15-1931


    Carbon steel bars for stays

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