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What is a 3.1 Cert?
Last Updated: 26th March, 2020
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In this regard, what is the difference between 3.1 and 3.2 material certification?
Type 3.1, Statement of compliance with the order, with indication of results of specific inspection. Authorized inspection representative by the manufacturer, but is independent of the manufacturing department. Type 3.2, Statement of compliance with the order, with indication of results of specific inspection.
Beside above, how do you read a materials certificate? Read more about each field below.
- #1 – Material Heat Number.
- #2 – Material Grade (not pictured)
- #3 – Product Specifications Met.
- #4 – Material Dimensions.
- #5 – Mechanical Properties.
- #6 – Chemical Analysis.
- #7 – Heat Treatment (not pictured)
- #?8 – Certified Mill Signature.
Consequently, what is en10204?
Inspection certificate 3.1 “type 3.1” – is simply a document issued by the manufacturer in which he declares that the products supplied are in compliance with the requirements of the order and in which he supplies test results.
What are material certificates?
Material Certifications – Certifies a material's chemical and, in some cases, physical properties and states a product made of metal is in compliance with specific standards of international standards organizations such as ANSI, ASME, etc. Material Certification Included – No Action Required at Time of Purchase.