BIS FOR QUENCHED AND TEMPERED ALLOY STEEL FORGINGS

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BIS FOR QUENCHED AND TEMPERED ALLOY STEEL FORGINGS

Product Description

Quenched and tempered alloy steel forgings are special metal parts made from strong alloy steel. They go through a two-step heating process to become tough and strong. First, they're heated a lot and then quickly cooled using oil, water, or special liquids. This makes them very hard but a bit brittle. Next, they're heated again, but not as much, and then slowly cooled carefully.

BIS CERTIFICATION FOR QUENCHED AND TEMPERED ALLOY STEEL FORGINGS IS 12145:1987

Introduction

Quenched and tempered alloy steel forgings are special metal parts made from strong alloy steel. They go through a two-step heating process to become tough and strong. First, they're heated a lot and then quickly cooled using oil, water, or special liquids. This makes them very hard but a bit brittle. Next, they're heated again, but not as much, and then slowly cooled carefully. This makes them less hard but tougher and less likely to break. These special forgings end up being just right, tough and strong at the same time. They're used in airplanes, cars, oil industry, and buildings where we need strong and reliable parts.

According to IS 12145:1987, forgings are categorized into three grades: I, II, and III, based on chemical composition (C, Mn) and mechanical properties (YS, TS, Elongation, Impact). Grades I and II further have subcategories, I A, I B, II A, and II B, with higher YS for the 'B' grades. Grade III features the lowest carbon content, the highest alloy content, and the highest YS among the three grades.

IS 12145:1987 pertains to quenched and tempered alloy steel forgings for pressure vessels. This standard outlines the requirements for forgings used in pressure vessel components, including vessel closures, flanges, shells, tube sheets, heads, rings, and similar parts within the reactor system.

MANDATORY TESTING

Tests shall be carried out in accordance with the method prescribed in the standard.

·       Chemical composition analysis

·       Mechanical tests

·       Appearance

·       Shapes, dimensions and tolerances

·       Ultrasonic testing

BIS Documents For Domestic and Foreign Manufacturer Checklist

BIS ISI Registration for Normal Process

BIS ISI Mark Certification Costing And Timeline

BIS ISI Mark Certification Timeline and costing

To Know The Process in Detail, Please Visit:

Under BIS Registration Products BIS-ISI and BIS-CRS

Note: foreign applications will be submitted through an offline process only. we can only check the grant of CML no. on the BIS portal for foreign applications

CONCLUSION


Quenched and tempered alloy steel forgings have been included in the mandatory ISI Certification Scheme under the IS 12145:1987 standard. Manufacturers cannot import, export, or sell this product in the Indian consumer market without the ISI Mark imprinted.

If you need any assistance with BIS ISI registration for Quenched and tempered alloy steel forgings or ISI mark certification for Quenched and tempered alloy steel forgings, you can reach out to Evtlindia. We provide assistance with all documentation formalities with India's BIS office, ensuring a smooth and hassle-free registration experience, guiding you through the entire process from start to finish.

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