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EN ISO 3834-2 requirements

2.1 Introduction
EN ISO 3834-2 defines comprehensive quality requirements for fusion welding in w
orkshops
and/or on site. Therefore compliance to the requirements of this part should pro
vide the best
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2.2 Requiremen Requirements review and technical review
The Manufacturer shall review tbxcbxche contractual and any other requirements t
ogether with any
technical data relevant to the welding fabrication activities, in order to verif
y that the work content is
within purer shall review the contractual and any other requirements together wi
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the work content is
within its cvxcbapability to perform, that sufficient resources are available to
achieve delivery schedules
and that documentation is clear and unambiguous. All information necessary to ca
rry out the
manufacturing operations shall be therefore available prior to the commencement
of the work,
otherwise it should xcbbe asked t not Requirements review and technical review
The Manufacbxcbxcturer shall review the contractual and any other requirements t
ogether with any
technical davxcta relevant to the welding fabrication activities, in order to ve
rify that the work content is
within its capability to perform, that sufficient resources are available to ach
ieve delivery schedules
and that documentation is clear and unambiguous. All information necessary to ca
rry out the
manufacturing operations shall be therefore available prior to the commencement
of the work,
otherwise it should be asked the purchaser2 to provide all the necessary data.
Moreover the Manufacturer shall identify any variation between the final contrac
t and previous
quotations andbxcb notify the purify the purchaser of any programme, cost or eng
ineering changes that may
result.EN ISO 3834-2 requirements
2.1 Introduction
EN ISO 3834-2 defines comprehensive quality requirements for fusion welding in w
orkshops
and/or on site. Therefore compliance to the requirements of this part should pro
vide the best
quality level achievable for the welding fabrication activities.
2.2chaser of any programme, cost or engineering changes that may
result.cumentation is clear and unambiguous. All information necessary to carry
out the
manufacturing operationsbxcbxcb shall be therefore available prior to the commen
cement of the work,
otherwise it shobxcbuld be asked the bxcbcpurchaser2 to provide all the necessar
y data.
Moreover the Manufacturer shall identify any variation between the final contrac
t and previous
quotations and notify the purer shall review the contractual and any other requi
rements together with any
technical data relevant to the welding fabrication activities, in order to verif
y that the work content is
within its capability to perform, that sufficient resources are available to ach
ieve delivery schedules

and that xcbxcdocumentation is clear and unambiguous. All information necessary


to carry out the
manufacturing operations shall be xcbtherefore available prior to the commenceme
nt of the work,
otherwise it should be asked t
Within the contract review, particular attention should be given to the product
standard to be used
together with any supplementary requirements, and to statutory and regulatory re
quirements.
As for the technical subjectscbc to be considered, the following items should be
considered in detail:
a) parent material(s) specification and welded joint properties;
b) quality and acceptance requirements for welds;
c) location, accessibility and sequence of welds including accessibility for ins
pection and nondestructive
testing;
d) the specification of welding procedures, non-destructive testing procedures a
nd heat treatment
procedures;
e) the approach to be used for the qualification of the welding procedures ;
f) the qualification of the personnel;
g) selection, identification and/or traceability (e.g. for materials, welds)sdgs
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Within the contract review, particular attention should be given to the product
standard to be used
together with any supplementary requirements, and to statutory and regulatory re
quirements.
As for the technical subjects to be considered, the following items should be co
nsidered in detail:
a) parent material(s) specification and welded joint properties;
b) quality and acceptance requirements for welds;
c) location, accessibility and sequence of welds including accessibility for ins
pection and nondestructive
testing;
d) the specification of welding procedures, non-destructive testing procedures a
nd heat treatment
procedures;
e) the approach to be used for the qualification of the welding procedures ;
f) the qualification of the personnel;
g) selection, identification and/or traceability (e.g. for materials, welds)