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Welded, brazed and soldered joints

Symbolic representation on drawings

ICs 01.100.20; 25.160.40

(IS0 2553:1992)

English version of DIN EN 22553

Descriptors: Welds, soldered joints, brazed joints, symbols.

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DIN -

EN 22553

Supersedes August 1994 edition.

Schweiß- und Lötnähte - Symbolische Darstellung in Zeichnungen (IS0 2553 :1992)

European Standard EN 22553: 1994 has

National foreword

the status of a DIN Standard.

This standard has been published in accordance with a decision taken by CEN/TC 121 to adopt, without alteration, International Standard IS0 2553 as a European Standard. The responsible German body involved in its preparation was the Normenausschuß Schweißtechnik (Welding Standards Committee).

It should be noted that a major amendment has been made as regards the position of the symbol relative to the reference line. Hitherto, the symbol has to be placed on the continuous line, now it is to be placed on the dashed line. The DIN Standards corresponding to the International Standards referred to in clause 2 of the EN are as follows:

IS0 Standard

DIN Standard

IS0 128

DIN IS0 10209-2, DIN 6-1 and DIN 6-2, DIN 15-1 and DIN 15-2

IS0

544

DIN EN 20544

IS0

1302

DIN IS0 1302

IS0

2560

DIN EN 499

IS0 3098-1

DIN 6776-1

DIN 3581 DIN 8556-1

IS0

4063 DIN EN 24063

IS0

5817

DIN EN 25817

IS0 6947

DIN IS0 6947')

IS0 8167

DIN EN 28167

IS0

10042

DIN EN 30042

Amendments Amendments have been made only to the German version of DIN EN 22553, August 1994 edition.

Previous editions DIN 1911: 1927-04, 1959-10; DIN 1912-1: 1927-04,1932-05,1937-05, 1956-05,1960-07; DIN 1912-2: 1927-04, 1932-05,1937-05; DIN 1912-3: 1961-03,1982-08; DIN 1912-5: 1976-06, 1979.02,1987-12; Supplement 1 to DIN 1912-5: 1987-12; DIN 1912-6: 1976-06, 1979-02; DIN EN 22553: 1994-08.

Standards referred to

(and not included in Normative references and Annex ZA)

DIN 6-1

Technical drawings -

Representation in normal projection - Views and special representations

DIN 6-2

Technical drawings -

Representation in normal projection - Sectional views

DIN 15-1

Technical drawings - Lines - Basic principles

DIN 15-2

Technical drawings - Lines - General application

DIN 6776-1

Technical drawings - Lettering - Characters

DIN 8556-1

Filler metals for welding stainless and heat resisting steel - Designationand technical delivery conditions

*) At present at the stage of draft.

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DIN EN 499 DIN EN 20544 DIN EN 24063

Covered electrodes for manual metal arc welding of non alloy and fine grain steels - Classification Filler materials for manual welding - Size requirements (IS0 544: 1989) Welding, brazing, soldering and braze welding of metals - List of process names and reference numbers

DIN EN 25817 DIN EN 28167 DIN EN 30042

for use in technical documentation (IS0 4063: 1990) Arc-welded joints in steel - Guidance on quality levels for imperfections (IS0 5817:1992) Projections for resistance welding (IS0 8167: 1989) Arc-welded joints in aluminium and its weldable alloys - Guidance on quality levels for imperfections (IS0 10042:1992)

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ICs 01.100.20: 25.160.40

Descriptors: Welds, soldered joints, brazed joints, symbols.

Englishversion

Welded, brazed and soldered joints

Symbolic representationon drawings (IS0 2553:1992)

Joints soudés et brasés - Répresentations symboliques sur les dessins (IS0 2553 :1992)

Schweiß- und Lötnähte - Symbolische Darstellung in Zeichnungen (IS0 2553 :1992)

EN 22553

May 1994

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Foreword

In 1993, International Standard IS0 2553 :1992 Welded, brazed and soldered joints - Symbolic representation on drawings was submitted to the Unique Acceptance Procedure. The result was positive. This European Standard has been prepared under a Mandategiven to CEN by the Commissionof the European Communities and the European Free Trade Association and supports essential requirements of the relevant EC Directives. This European Standard shall be given the status of a national standard, either by publication of an identical text or by endorsement, and conflicting national standards withdrawn, by November 1994 at the latest. In accordance with the CENKENELEC Internal Regulations, the following countries are bound to implement this European Standard:

Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.

Endorsementnotice

The text of the International Standard IS0 2553 :1992 was approved by CEN as a European Standard without any modifica- tion.

NOTE: Normative references to international publications are listed in Annex ZA (normative).

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Contents

1

Scope

2

Normative references

3

General

4

Symbols

4.1

Elementary symbols

4.2

Combinations of eleinentaiy symbols

4.3

Sup pIe ment a 1 \it sy rn1101 s

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Position of ihe symbols

o11 diawingc

5.1

General

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Paar?

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2

2

5

6

8

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5.2

Relationship between the arrow line and the joint

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5.3

Position of the

arrow line

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5.4

Position of the

reference line

10

5.5

Position of lhe r;ynihol with regard to ttia reference line

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6

Dimensioning of weldc

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6.1

General riiles

12

6.2

Main dimension.,

to be sliowii

12

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Complementary indications

18

7.1

Peripheral welds

18

7.2

Field or site welds

18

7.3

Indication of the welding

process

18

7.4

Sequence of infoimation iii the tail of the i-efei-ence mark

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Annexes

A

Examples of use of symbols

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3

Guidance for converting drawings riiade in accordance with IS0

2553:1974 into the new system in accordance with IS0

2553:1991

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1

Scope

This International Standard prescribes tlie rules lo be applied for the symbolic representation of welded. hrnzed and soldered joints on di-awings.

2 Normative references

Tlie following standards conta in pravisions which. through refer-ence in this text. constitute provisions of this Iiiteriiational Standard. At the timt? of publi- caiion. the editions indicated were valid. All stan- dai-ds are subject to revision. arid parties io agi-eenieiits based on this International Standard are encouraged io investigate the possibility of ap- plying the most recent editions of the slaiidards in- dicated below. Members of IEC aiid IS0 maintain registers of currently valid International Standards.

IS0 128:1982, Technical drawings ciples of presentation.

General prin-

IS0 541:1989. Filler niatel-ials for maiwal welding - Size reqiiir-ements

IS0 1302.1978, Technical drawings -- dicating surface iexfwe on drawings

IS0 2560 1973. Covered electrodes

Meíliod of in-

for nianual

arc

welding oí mild steel arid low alloy steel -- Cod? of symbols for idenlificaiion

Is0 3008-1 1974, ïec/inica/ drawings

Part

1 Crirrentiy used characters

- /Letienna -

IS0 3581.1976, Covered electrodes for manual aic welding of stairiless arid other sirnilar 1iigIi alloy Sfeels - Code Of SyIH/JO/S for iderifificalion

IS0 4063:1990. Welding. brazing. solderitig and braze welding of rneials -- NonierJclature o/ processes aiid ---

1)

To be publislieci

refererice numbers for symbolic drawings.

representation or)

IS0 5817:1992. Arc-welded joirits in steel - Guidance or1 quality levels for impcrfeciions.

IS0 6947:1990, Welds -

niiioris of angles of slope and rotation.

Working positioris

Defi-

IS0 8167:1989. Projections for resistance welding

IS0 10042:--". Arc-welded joints in aluminium and ifs weldable alloys -- Gilidmce or1 quality levels for iniperíectionx

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General

3.1 Joiiits rnay be indicated with the general rec-

oinmendatioiis for lechnical drawings. However, lor the purpose of siniplificalion. it is atlvisable to adopt. for usual joints. the syinholic representation de- scribed in this International Standard.

3.2 The syniholic representation shall give clearly all necessary indications regarding the specific joint to be ohlaiiiad wiiliout over-burdening the drawing with notes 01-showing an additional view.

3.3 This syniholic representation includes an el- ementary symbol which may he completed by

- a siipplemcritary symbol:

--- A meqiis of sliowiiig dimeiisions:

- sonie cornple nientary indications (particularly for workshop drawings)

3.4 :n order In simplify tlie drawings as niucti as

possible it is recomnientled lha1 reíerences be rnade to specific instructions ar particular specifications givinq all details of tlie preparation of edges to be

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welded. brazed and soldered aiidlor welding. hraz- ing and soldering proccdirrec. rattier than showing these indicatioris on the drawings of the welded paris.

If there are no ciich incti-uctioric, tlie diniensioris re- lating to the preparation of the edges to be welded. brazed and soldei-ed aiid/or weldirig. brazing and soldering procedures can be close to ihe symbol.

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Symbols

4.1 Elementary symbols

The various categories 01 joints are characlerized by a symbol which. in general. is similar to the shape of the weld to be made.

The symbol shall riot be taken to prejudge the pro- cess to be eniploycd

The elenieritary syiiihols are shown in table 1

If íhe joiiii +Iiould iiot tie spcciíied brit only he rep- resented that the joint will be welded. brazed or soldered the following symbol shall be tised.

Table 1 - Elementary symbols

No.

Designation

Butt weld between plates with raised edges') : edge

1

flanged weld /USAI (the raised edges being melted down completely)

2

Square butt weld

3

Single-V butt weld

4

Single-bevel butt weld

5

Single-V butt weld with broad root face

6

Single-bevel butt weld with broad root face

7

Single-U butt weld (parallel or sloping sides)

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V

V

Y

Y

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No.

Designatioii

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8

Single4 biitt weld

9

Backing run; hack or backing weld IUSAI

10

Fillet weld

li

Plug weld. plug or slot weld /USA/

12

spot weld

13

Seain weid

~

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14 Steep-flanked sinqle-V butt weid

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.-

-

- - -

15 Steepflanked sinqle-bevel butt weld

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16 Edge weld

17

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Surfacing

Designation

~

~~

Illustration

Symbol

18

Surface joint

19

20

Inclined joint

~~

Fold joint

a

/

1)

Butt welds between plates with raised edges (symbol 1) not compleiely penetrated are symboli7ed as square butt

welds (symbol 2) with the weld thickness ,Y shown (see tables)

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4.2 Combinations of elementary symbols

table 2 and applications for symbolic representation in lableA.2

When required. combinations of elementary cyinbolc can be tised

The elementary syt11bols from Iioth

the applicable elententary symbols syminetrical to the reference Iitie. Typical examples are given in

be coinhined for

are to

a

in

NOTE 1 Table2 gives a collection combinations of elementary symbols for symmetrical welds For the sym- hoiic representation tile elenlentary Symbols are arranged

arranging symmetrically at the reference line (see tableA.2). For the

use of symbols out of symbolic representation the sym-

bols may be

without

the re,erence

line

Table 2 - Combined symbols for symmetrical welds (examples)

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Designation

Double-V butt weld (X weld)

-----

Double-bevel butt weld

Double-V but! weld with broad root face

~

Double-bevel butt weld with broad root face

I Double-U butt weld

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4.3 Supplementary symbols

Elementary synibolc may be completed by a symbol characterizitiy the shape of the external sui-face or the shape of the weld

The recommended supplementary symbols are given in table 3

The absence of a siippleinentary symbol means that the shape of the weld surface does not need lo be indicated precisely.

Examples of combinations of elementary and sup- plementary symbols are given in tables 4 and A.3.

NOTE 2 Although it is not forbidden ta asmiate sev- eral symbols. it is beller to represent the weid on a sep- arate sketch when symbolization becomes too difficult.

Table 3 - supplementary symbols

Shape of weld surface or weld

-- -

a) Flat (usually finished flush)

b) Coiivex

c) Concave

d) Toes shall be blended smootlily

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e) Permanent backing strip used

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f) Removable hacking strip used

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Table4 gives exainplcs of application of the sup- plementaty symbols.

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Table 4 - Examples of application of supplementary -~ symbols

Designation

-

Flat (flush) single-\/ butt weld

~

Convex double-V weld

Concave fillet weld

.-

Illwîration

Flat (flush) single-V butt weld with flat (flush) backing rur

_-_

Single-V butt weld with broad rooi face and hacking run

Flush finished single-V huit weld

Fillet weld with smooth blended face

Symbol

V

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WX

¿

V

'I

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5

Position of the symbols on drawings

5.1

General

The symbols covered by these riiles form only part of the complete niethod of representation (figure 1). which comprises in addition to the symbol (3) ¡iself:

an

figure 3):

arrow

line (I)per

a dual reference line. lines, one continuous ception, see note 3);

a certain

tional signs.

number of

NOTES

joint

(see

figrire:!

and

consisting of two parallel and one dashed (2)(ex-

dimensions

and

conven-

3 The dashed line can be drawn either above or beneath

the continuous Iine 5.5 and annex 8).

For symmetrical welds. the dashed line is unnecessary and should be omitted.

(see

also

4 The thickness of lines for arrow line. reference line, symbol and lettering shall be in accordance with the thickness of line for dimensioning in accordance with IS0 128 and IS0 3098-1. respectively.

The purpose of the following rcrles is to define the location of welds by specifying

-- the position of the arrow line:

- the position of the reference line:

- the position of the symbol.

The arrow line and the refel-ence line form the com- plete reference mark. II details are given. e.g. for processes. acceptance levels. position. filler and auxiliary materiais (see clause 7). a tail shall be added at the end of the reference line.

5.2 Relationship between the arrow line and

the joint

The examples given in figure 2 and figure 3 explain the meaning of the terms

- "Arrow side" of the joint;

- "Other side" of the joint

NOTE 5 The position of the arrow in these figures is chosen for purposes of clarity. Normally. it would be placed immediately adjacent to the joint.

NOTE 6

See figure 2.

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“‘Other*

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“Arrow side

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5.3 Position of the arrow line

The position of lhe arrow line with i-espect lo the weid is generally of no special cigiiificance [see figures 4 a) and 4 b)]. However. in the case of welds of types 4, fi and 8 (see table i).the arrow line shall point towards the plate which is prepared [see fig- ures 4c) and 4d)J.

The arrow line

- joins one end of lhe continuous reference line such Ihat it forms an angle with it:

- shall be completed by an arrow head

5.4 Position of the reference line

The reference line shall preferably be drawn parallel to the bottom edge of the drawing. or if impossible perpendicular.

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5.5 Position of the symbol with regard to the

reference line

The symbol is to be placed either above or beneath the i-efererice line. in accordance with tlie lollowing regulation.

- The symbol is placed on tlie continuous line side

of the reference line the weld (weld lace) is on

the arrow side ihe joint

[see figure 5 a)].

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-- The symbol is placed on lhe dashed

line side if

the weld (weld face) is on the other side of the joint [see figure 5 b)].

NOTE 7

welding. the projeclion surface is to be considered as the

external surface of the weld.

In the case spot welds made by projection

bl

Tobewelded

on the other ads

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6 Dimensioning of welds

6.1 General rules

Each weld synibol may be accompanied by a certain nimber of dimensions

These dimensions are written as follows, in accord- ance with figure 6:

a) lhe main dimensions relative to the cross-section are written on the left-hand side of (¡.e. hefore) the symbol;

b) longitudinal dimensions are written on the right- hand side of (¡.e. after) lhe symbol.

The nielhod of indicating the main dimensions is defined in tables. The rules for setting down these dimensions are also given in this table.

Figure 6 - Examples of the principle

Other dirneiisions of less importance may be indi- cated if necessary.

6.2 Main dimensions to be shown

The dimension that locales the weld in relation to the edge of the sheet shall not appear in the symbolization but on the drawing.

6.2.1 The absence of any indication following the

symbol signiíies that lhe weld is to be continuous

over the whole length of the workpiece.

6.2.2 In the absence of any indication to the con-

trary, butt welds are to have complete penetration.

6.2.3 For lhe fillet welds there are two metliods to

indicate dimensions (see figure 7) Therefore. the letters u or z shall always be placed in front the value of the corresponding dimension as follows:

To indicate deep penetration of fillet welds the throat thickness is .r, see figure 8.

6.2.4 In the case of plug or slot welds with bevelled

edges. it is lhe dimension at the bottom of the hole

which shall be taken into consideration

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NOTE - For deep penetration of fillet welds. the dimensions are indicated as .da6 h, for example.

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Designation of welds

But1 weld

Butt weld between plates with raised edges

Continuous fillet weld

Inierrnit!eiit fillet weld

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s : niiiiiinum distance from the surface of the part to the bottom of the penetration. which cannot be greater than the thickness of the thinner part.

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:

minimum distance from the external surface of the weld to tile bottom the penetration.

0 heiglil of the largest isosceles triangle that can be inscribed in the section

side of the largest isosceles triangle that can he inscribed in the section.

I length of weld (without end craters).

rc)

distance between adjacent weld elements

n number of weld element5

L.

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an

2n

(see 6.2.1 and 6.2.3)

annxlkl

zn n4e)

(see6.2.3)

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Staggered intermitlenl fillet weld

-

Pliig or clot weld

Seam weld

Plua weld

Spot weld

-.

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Il:

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\

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(see No 4)

c:

width of slot

(see No 4)

r

width of weld

I7

y

(see No. 4)

(P)

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spacing

d:

diameter of spot

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7 Complementary indications

Complementary indications may be necessaiy 111 order to speciíy some other characteristics of welds For example

7.1 Peripheral welds

When the weld is to be ninde all around a part, the symbol is a circle, as shown in figure9

fork. at the end of lhe leference line remote írom the reference line.

Figure Il gives an example of its use

The list giving tlie correspondance between the numbers and the process is given in IS0 4063.

Figure 9 - Indication of peripheral weld

7.2 Field or site welds

A flag is to be tised lo indicate the field or site weld. as shown in figure Ill.

Figure 10 - Indication of field or cite weld

7.3 Indication of the welding process

If required. the welding process is to be symbolized by a number written between the two branches of a

Figure 11 - Indication of welding process

7.4 Sequence of information in the tail of the

reference mark

The information for joints and the dimensions can be supplemented by fui-ther information in the tail. in the following order:

- in accordance with IS0 4063);

process (e g

 

- level

acceptance

(e.g

in

accordance

with

IS0 5817 and IS0 10042):

 

.-

working

position

(e g

in

accordance

with

IS0 fi947):

- filler materials (e g

IS0 2560.IS0 3581)

The

(solidus),

individual

itenis

in accordance with IS0 544.

are

to

he

separated

by

/

In addition. a closed tail is possible which indicates Specific inslructioii íe.g. procedure sheet) by a ref- erence sign, see figure 12.

Figure 12 - Reference information

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EXAMPLE

Single-V butt weld with backing run (see figure 13). produced by manual metal-arc welding (reference number 111 in accordance with IS0 4063),required acceptance level in accordance with IS0 5817, flat position PA in accordance with IS0 6917. covered electrode IS0 2560-E 51 2 RR 22.

/

/

Hlustration

IS0 2553:1992( E)

8 Examples for application of spot and

seam joints

In the case of seam and spot joints (welded, brazed or soldered). joints are niade at the interface be- tween the two lapped parts or by melt-through of one of the two paris (see figures 14 and 15).

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Front view

Top view

11111SO 5B17-DI

IS0 ï5ül-E 51 2 RR P

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J

I

I

I

I

1

I,

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SymboYcreprsraitation

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Annex A

(informative)

Examples of use of symbols

Tables A 1 to A 4 give soriie examples the ure symbols. The represantaiioiis shown are given simply for

explanation

-

No.

Designation

Syinbol

(Numbers refer to table 1)

Butt weld be-

tween plates with raised edges

i

2

Square biitt weld

3 I!

4

-

2

22

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Table A.l - Examdes of the use of elementary symbols (continued)

-

No.

-

Desigiiatioii Symbol (Numbers refer to table 1)

Illustration

5

Single-V butt

weld

V

3

6

-

7

Single-bevel butt

weld

8 V

--

9

4

24

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Representation
Designation
Symbol
+-a--=-&-
Illustratiori
(Numbers refer
to table 1)
I
Single-bevel butt
weid
HJ
4
Single-V butt
weld with broad
root face
5
Single-bevel butt
weld with broad
root face
Y
6
Single-U butt
weld
Y
7
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IS0 2553:1992( E)
Table A.l - Examples of the use of elementary r
nbols (continued)
Representation
No.
Designation
Symbol
(Numbers refer
to table 1)
Illustration
-
15
Single-J butt
weld
8
16
17
;1
Fillet weld
n
10
18
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Table A.l - Examples of the use of elementary symbols (continued)

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Designation

Symbol (Numbers refer to table 1)

Fillet weld

n

10

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Representation

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--- -.

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Table A.l - Examdes of the use of elementary symbols (conlirwed)

-

No.

-

Designation

Symbol

(Numbers refer

to table 1)

Illustration

22

-

23

Plug weld

n

11

-

24

25

I

Spot weld

O

12

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I

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I Reproduced by IHS under license with DIN ENG ,- either Symbolization P== License provided by

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IS0 2553:1992(E)
Table A.l - Examples of the use of elementary :
nbols (coricliided)
-
Representation
No.
Designation
Symbol
(Numbers refer
to table 1)
Illustration
26
Seam weld
#
13
27
-
34
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IS0 2553:1992(E) Table A.2 - Examples of combinations of elementary svmbols -- Representation No. Designation
IS0 2553:1992(E)
Table A.2 -
Examples of combinations of elementary svmbols
--
Representation
No.
Designation
Symbol
(Numbers refer to
table 1)
Illustration
Butt weld between
plates with raised
edges
1
1
and backing run
w9
1-9
-
.-
Square hutî weld
II
2
2
welded from both sides
2-2
3
Single-V hiitt weld
v3
-
and backing run
U9
3-9
4
-
Double-V butt weld
v3
5
(X weld)
3-3
-
36
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IS0 25531992(E)
Table A.2 - Examples of combinations of elementary symbols (continued)
-
Representation
No.
Designation
Symbol
(Numbers refer to
Iliiisîration
table 1)
-
6
Double bevel butt weld
v4
(K weld)
4-4
7
Double V butt weid
with broad root face
8
5s
Double bevel butt weld
with broad root face
9
6-6
Double U butt weld
10 Y7
1-7
38
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Table A.2 - Exarndes of combinations of elernentan

-

No.

-

Designation Syiiibol (Nuiribers reler to table 1)

Double J butt weld

il

8-8

Single V butt weld

v3

12 and single U butt weld

--

13

14

40

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Y7

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Fillet weld

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10-10

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I

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Table A.3 - Examples of combinations of element;

Symbol

Illustration

and supplementary symbols

Representation

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IS0 25531992(E)
Syinbolization
e¡t her
or
AL
ti-
-L
1
I
I
I
-
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I
I
Symbol
Iliiistratioii
V
IMRI
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or
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IS0 25531992(E)
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Representation
No.
Illustration
1
+-++ -4
2
_-
3
4
-
5
-
46
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Annex B

(informative)

Guidance for converting drawings made in accordance with IS0 2553:1974 into the new system in accordance with IS0 2553:1991

As an interim solution for converting old drawings made in accordance with IC0 2553:1974. Welds -- Symbolic fepfesentafion on drawings, the following eXampleS show acceptable methods This shall. however, be con- sidered as a provisional solution only during the change-over period

For new drawings, the dual-reference line

shall

always be used

J

Ø

Figure 8.1 - Weid on arrow side

/

z?h300

7-

Figure 8.2 - Weid on other side

NOTE 8 When converting drawings made to one of the methods E or A in IS0 2553:1974 into this new system. it is es- pecially iinportant for fillet welds io add the letter n or z in front of that dimension as the IJS~of dimensioning leg length (2)or tliroat thickness (al has been connected with the position of weld symbol on the reference line

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Annex ZA (normative) Normative references to international publications with their relevant European publications

EN 22553:1994

This European Standard incorporates by dated or undated reference, provisions from other publications. These normative references are cited at the appropriate places in the text and the publications are listed hereafter. For dated references, subsequent amendments to or revisions of any of these publications apply to this European Standard only when incorporated in it by amendment or revision. For undated references the latest edition of the publication referred to applies (including amendments).

Publicatioa

Is0 544

BO 4063

yaar

1989 Filler materials of manuai weldmg- size requirements

1990 Weldmg, brazing, soldering, and braze wefdmg

Of metals - NOIIYWIC~~~U~of ma and refe-

rence numbers forsymbolicrepresentationon

drawings

Is0 5817

1992

Arc-

weided joints in steel- Guidance on quaiity

 

levels for imperfections

Is0 8167

1989

Projactions for &tance

welding

Is0 10042

1992

Arc-welded joints in iluminium and its weldabb

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alloys - Guidance on quility levels for imperfec-

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E"D

m

EN 20544

1991

EN 24063

1991

EN 25817

1992

EN 28167

1992

EN 30042

1994