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IS 9295 (1983): Steel tubes for idlers for belt conveyors


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1!J83

( Reaffirmed1995 )

Indian Standard
SPECIFICATION FOR
STEEL TUBES FOR IDLERS FOR
BELT CONVEYORS

( First Revision)
Third Reprint llJLY P)(}7
( IncorporatingAmendment No.1)

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IS : 9295 1.3
( Reaffirmed J 995 )

Indian Standard
SPECIFICATION FOR
STEEL TUBES FOR IDLERS FOR
BELT CONVEYORS

( First Revision)
Steel Tubes, Pipes and Fin ings Sectional
Chairman
~Hftl

S. C.

SHIH

Mtmbtrs
A. S. AOAKW,\J.

SHill

SHit)

K. N.

SHRI

Steel Tubes of India Ltd, Dewas

P.-\THAK (

Alternate)

Federation of Engineering
New Delhi

AJtlT,JA

A. S.

22

R tlITtstnt;ng
Ministr y of Industry

DHINlAli.A

R. S.

:-~ornmittee, SMDC

SHARMA (

S. C. AN \NU
SHRI R. K .. \DROL
S tilU S. N. n vsu

Industries

of Indi ~J

A/lernat,)

Bharat Stet'} 'rubes Ltd, Nf W Dr Ihi

SHltl

Alternate)

Directorate General of Supplies and Disposals


( Inspection Wing ), ~ew n~Jhi
SHRI T. N. UnOVEJA ( Alternat,)
SHRI H. S. Bnnr
Steel Authority of India Ltd (Rourkf'la Stttel
Plant)
Slun P. K. MOHAPATIt -\ ( Alternate)
SHRI D. P. Bit \T'IACHA\t.l"~E
Export Inspection Council, Cak utta
Sum S. C. AR'-JRA ( Alt"nat, )
SHlti B. B. Gil \KRAVER1'I
Suprinrendence Co of India (P) Ltd, Calcutta
SHltI A. K. SHOMR ( Alt"nat, )
Public Works Department ( Public Hea lth Branch ).
SUIH L. xr. CHAUDJlRl
Chandigarh
Suur K. K. (;ANOHI ( Alt.,."",,)
DErUTY DIllECTOlt STAND_\ltDS
Research, Designs and Standards Organization
( Loco)
Ministry of Railway! ), Lucknow .
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CHEMIST A.ND

METALI.ui"OIIT-1

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Engineer-in-Chief's Branch, Arn.y Headquarters,


New Delbi

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S'fRI RA.JENUAR SINGH (
SHBI SU8HIL
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SURI

M. M.

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Jain Tube Co Ltd, Ghaziabad

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Jindal Pipes Ltd, Gballabad


Dir~ctorate

General of
New Delhi

Technical Development,

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Delhi
SRB1 P. R. GUPTA ( A"""'" )
S. .I H. M. KAt7L
Ministry of Agriculture
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Ltd, Sindri
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Zenith Steel Pipes 8t Industries Ltd, KhopoJi
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Dharat Heavy Electricals Ltd, TiruchchirappaUi
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Oil and Natural Gal Commission, Debra DUD
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Gujarat Steel Tubes Ltd, Ahmadabad
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SDI P. T. SRANlCARAX NATAB
Central Boilers Board, New Delhi
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81 B. 817BBA RAo
Indian Oil Corporation Ltd, Bombay
SB.I P. C. JOBARI
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The Indian Seamless Metal Tubes Ltd, Bombay
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Director General, lSI ( &-oJieio MIfd,,)
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SRBI OJnr.AB.

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Panel for Drafting Specification for Steel Pipes for Idlers for
Troughed Belt Conveyors, SMDC 22 : P26

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Gujarat Steel Tube. Ltd, Ahmadabad

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Dharat St.l Tubes Ltd, New Delhi


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WATER
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2006
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SPECIFICATION
( SecondRevision)

[P{zge 4, clause S.I(a)] Substitute the following for the existing:

a) Name of the product (that is mtural mineral water);

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IS 9295 : 1983 SPECIFICATION FOR STEEL TUBES FOR
IDLERS FOR BELT CONVEYORS
( First Revision )
(Page #, clause 18.1) Substitute embossed for marked.

(MTD 19)
Reprography Unit, BIS, New Delhi, India

IS: 9295.1_

Indian Standard
SPECIFICATION FOR
STEEL TUBES FOR IDLERS FOR
BELT CONVEYORS

( First Revision )
O.

1"

o R E WOk D

0.1 This Indian Standard (First Revision) was adopted by the Indian .
Standards Institution on 18 April 1983, after the draft finalized by the
Steel Tubes, Pipes and Fittings Sectional Committee had been approved
by the Structural and Metals Division Council.
0.2 Steel tubes are extensively used as idlers for belt conveyors and the
standard covering requirements for the same was first published in 1979.
While reviewing the standard, it was felt necessary to issue a revision
incorporating the following salient changes in the light of the experience
gained in usage of the standard by the industry and the users.
a) Amendment No. I, issued in September 1981.

b) Certain additional thicknesses and modifications to the requirements given earlier for ovality, eccentricity, straightness, tolerances
on thickness, fin height, etc.

0.3 For the purpose of deciding whether a particular requirement of this


standard is complied with, the final value, observed or calculated,
expressing the result of a test or analysis, shall be rounded off in accordance with IS : 21960, The number of significant places retained in the
rounded off value should 'he the same as that of the specified value in
this standard.

1. SCOPE
1.1 This Itandard coven the requirements for steel tubes for idlen for
belt conveyor..
.
-Rules ror rouDdifta oR' numfrical values ( "vislli).

IS : 9295 1983

2. TYPES AND GRADES


2.1 Steel tubes for idlers for belt conveyors shall be of the foJlowing types
( based on the process of manufacture and grades ):

Grades

Typts
Hot-Finish Seamless ( HFS )

YSt 210, YSt 240 apd YSt 310

Cold-Drawn Seamless ( CDS)

YSt 210,

ERW ( including HFIW )

YSt 210, YSt 240 and YSt 310

vs. 240 and YSt 310

Non: - The Rrades YSt 210, YSt 240 and YSt 310 correspond to grades 22,
25 and 521!>ecified in the original standard.

3. IWPLY OF MATERIAL

3.1

General requirements relating to the supply of steel tubes for idlers


for belt conveyors shall conform to IS : 1387-1967*.

4. DESIGNATION
4.1 Steel tubes are designated by the symbols to indicate the process of
manufacture, followed by the minimum yield stress in MPa.

5. MATERIAL
5.1 The tube shall be made from the steel manufactured by open hearth
basic oxygen, electric furnace, or any other process approved by thr
purchaser, or a combination of these processes.

6. MANUFACTURE
6.1 Tubes shall be manufactured by one of the following processes:
a) Seamlell_ and
b) ERW ( including HFIW ).
&.2 The height of the internal fin value of ERW pipes shall not exceed
17 mm.
NOTJI - Lower limit of
and the purchuer.

fin height may be.1 agreed to be-tween the manufacturer

7. CHEMICAL. COMPOSITION
7.1 The ladle analysis of Iteel shall not have more than 006 percent
sulphur and not more than 006 percent phosphorus and .hAn be carried
*General requirement. for the aupply or metaUUflical m.~.ial. (pi' ,.,.,.

).

IS : 9295 1983
out either by the method specified in IS : 228 and ita relevant pa~ts or
any other established instrumental/chemical method. In case of dispute
the procedure given in relevant part er .IS : 22~ s~al1 be th~ refer~e
method. However, where the method 15 not gIven In IS : 228 and Its
relevant parts, the referee method shall be agreed to between the
purchaser and the manufacturer.

7.2 Check Analysis - When spec~fied on the pur~b~se order, . a check


analysis shall be made by the supplier. The permissible variation from
the limits specified in 7.1 shall be as follows:

P'T""'I MQ

Constituents
Phosphorus
Sulphur

8. MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
8.0 The following tests shall be carried out.

8.1 Tea.ile Test - This test shall be carried out in accordance with
IS: IB94-1972t on one of the following, at the manufacturer's option:

a) A length cut from the end of the selected tube ( the ends being
plugged for grips or flattened where necessary), and
b) A lonqitudinal strip cut from the tube and tested in the curved
condition.

8.1.1 The tensile strength, the yield stress and the percentage elonga~
tion shall be not Jess than those specified in Table 1.
TABLE 1 MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
1'UD~
DESIGNATION

TXN8JL}t: STRENGTH

Yll!LD STl\Ef S

ILONQATlll!i

MPa

MPa
Min

PERCENT

330

210
240
&10

20
18

Min
HFS 210.CDS 210/ERW 210
HFS 240/CDS 240/ERW 240
310/CDS 310/ERW 310

410

nrs

4SO

Mill

'I~

8.1.2 The percentage elongation in thil ItalleJard shall be tepOrted


with reference to a gauge length of 565 V So where So is the original
cross sectional area of the telt specimen.

-Method. of chemical an8Iyai .t~1a (ilSUed~iD-1'....u ),


tMethods for tensile testing of ifeel tubea (fir,' "IJis".~.

... 92t1-1111
U Drift ......... T... - The test shall be carried out on a piece
,of tube approximately 100 mm long, cut from end of each selected tube
in accordance with IS: 2335-1963- and the minimum increase in outside
diameter after expansion shall be 2'5 percent, The included angle shall
be 30, 45, or ~, at the option of the manufacturer,
NOT1I - The siz.. which are not covered in IS: 2335-1963. shall be tt:biect to
all'eement between the purchaser and the manuCacturet,

8.S natte.la. T..t - A ring not less than 50 mm in length, cut from
one end of each selected tube shall be flattened between the two parallel
plates in accordance with IS: 2328-1963t with weld at 45, if any, No
opening shall occur by flattening in the weld, until the distance between
the plates is 1... than 75 percent of the original outside diameter of the
pipe, No crackJ or brel\,ks in the material shall occur until the distance
between the plates is less than 60 percent of the original outside
diameter"

I. WEIGHT
t.l The nominal mass and dimensions of black steel tubes shall be as
specified in Table 2,
TA-.a 2

DDI&NSIONI AND NOMINAL M_ZS OF BLACK STEEL TUBES


MAN

TXJCKNBN

(3)

(2)

mm
65'S
76'1
88"
101'6

108"0
lI+'3
120'0
127'0
133'0
139'7
151'+
159'0

'86"
III'.

'.'7

219"

.1IkIIod for

tlhtJlod lot

mm

365,4'SO
4-50
.'05, .'85, 6'30
40'05, 4'85, 6'30
4'05, .as, 6'30
+5,5'+,6'3
4'5,5'4,6'3
, +', 4'85, 5,4, 6'3
+5, 40'85, 5'., 6'3
+5, +~5, 5'4, 6'3
4'5, 4'as, 5'40, 6'3
+5, +85, 5'., 6'S
+5, "'.5, 5'., 6'3'
fo5, +85, S'+, 6'3
5'+, 6'3, 7'1
5'+, s's. 7'1
3'~,

t,,_,

tnt CMI ....Itu.....

lilt oa tteel

kg/m
5'39, 6'55

6'52,
8'407,
9'740,
l0038,

7'95
10'05, 12'83
11'57, H,'81
12'340, 15'8

12'19, 14'SO, 16'78

12'82, 15'26, 17'67


13'6, 14'61, 16'11), 18'75
14"3, 15'33, 16'99, 19'69
15'0, -16'13, 17'89, 20'73
16'4, 17'65, 19'58, 22'70
17'1, 18. .. 20'46, 23'72
17'8, 19'17, 21'27, 24'67
18'2, 19'55, 21'69, 25'17
25'1, 29'12, 32'67
28'S, 33'06, 37'12

II. t2t5 191'


9.1.1 Outside diameters and thicknesses other than those covered
under the standard will be permi.,ible subject to agreement between the
manufacturer and the purchaser-

10. HARDNESS TEST


10.1 When hardness values are required. the hardness values sha11 be
agreed to between the purchaser and the manuCacturer_

.1

11. NUMBER or SAMPLFS POIt MECHANICAL niTS AND


DIMENSIONS
11.1 Mecha.lca. Te.t. - The number
testa shall be performed are al Collow.:

a) Up to and i"clutling 114-30 mm (Jutli.

or -pipes on which

mechanical

di"""", -

One tube (rom a


lot of 400 tube. or a fraction thereof as presented for inipectioD,
and
'

b) ON' 114-30 mm ,uuitll dUun,,,, - One pipe from a lot of 200 pipe.
or a fraction thereof al presented for inspection_

n.2 01. . . .10 - One tube from a lot of 100 tubes or fraction thereof
AI p....nted (or inspection_

12. aBTEITS

12.1 Should anyone of the test pieces fint selected rail to pu. any of the
teats lpeci8ed, two further .amples Ihall be selected for teating in respect
of each failure from the .ame lot. Should the teat pieces from both
theae additional .ample. pa, the material represented by the test
.ample. shall be deemed to cbmply with the requirement of that
particular telt. Should the teat pieces from either of thete additional
tamplel fail. the material represented by the ted .amp)...hall be deemed
not complying with the. standard or the manufactltrer may .lect to
tell individually the remaining lengths in the lot for lhe telt failed to
-comply in the preceding teats.
to

.1

1'. TOLERANCES
13.1 Tube. Ihall conform to the followin, tolerancel.
llel.l OD41i4}- It is defined .. OD, Ma .ction IhaH not exceed:

on, Mill and

.croll

Below 168-' Dim

0-5 mm
1-0 IDm

lacludlnl 168-3 mID aDd above


7

at

aDy ODe

III 92t5 1983


13.1.2 Eeenatr;cit, - Eccentricity It any ClOSS section, wben aalculated by tbe
following formula sbail nOt exceed S pe~nt:
'max - 'min
x 100
2 X ,
where
'max - maximum thickness,
'miD - minimum thickness, and
t
- specified thickness.

13..1.s
a)

Mflll

SjDs)e

tube ( medium and heavy aeries) shal! have a tolerance of

:I:: 10 percent, and


b) For quantities per load of 10 tonnes, Mi" the tolerance shall be
:1:7'5 percent ( medium and heavy series ).
NOTB - For the purpol8 01 a minimum weilhment of 10 tonna lot, the
weilbment may be dOD. In collvement loti at the option of the manufacturer.

IS-l.t The toleraneel of HFS/ERW tubes Ihall be al under:

HFS/ERW

Tolerances
:1:0'8 percent
*10 percent

a) Outside diameter
b) Thickness

13.1.5 The tolerances on CDS tubehall be as under.

13.1.5.1 Oullia di4mlllr - Where the ratio of outside diameter to


thicknea is not greater tha~ S9:1,. the tolerances shall be as shown in

Table S.
U.I.5.2 For Ii larger than 1270 mm outside diAmeter, the
tolerance shall be

or part thereof):

( 01)8 mm +

0'05 per 25 mm of outside diameter

lJ.I.5.1 Where ratio of outside diameter to thickness i~ greater than


SS:1 the tolerances shall be as agreed to between the purchaser and the

meufactllrer.
U.l.5.4 Tlaitbul - The tolerance on thickne.s shall be .10
perceDt.

It.WOUMANlIDP
It-I All tubes ,hall be free from harmful defects, realODably .mooth and
free from rult. tJ.-J-. otherwile lpeci8ed,. endhaD be cut.ICJuare.
Surface flDiah .hail be as agreed to befw~ell the ntanufacturer and the

purc:huer.

IS I 1295 I . '
TABLE:I TOLERANCES

All dimeruions in millimetres_


TOLBBA_CB

OUT81DE DIAMETER

~----------~----------~

Over'
( I)

25-.
38')

510
68-5

76-1
889
101'6
1143

Up to and Including
(2)

(3)

254-

OI'S.
O-15
:t o-18

38-1
510

63-5
76-1
88-9
1016
114'3

1270

O-20
:t o-23

O-25
:t.028
O-Sl
OS3

15. STRAIGHTNESS
1~.1 Unless other tolerances are agreed to between the purchaser
th~ manufacturer, tubes shall not deviate from straightness by more

and
than
III 000 of any length, when measured at the centre of that length, at the
manufacturer's works.

16. LENGTH
16.1 The tubes shall be supplied in random lengths of .. to 7 metres
,unless otherwise agreed to between the manufacturer and the purchaser.

16.2 Where 'exact' or 'cut length' is specified. it shall be within the


tolerance of :. ~ mm,

J7. SURFACE PROTECTION


17.1 Unless otherwise specified, the tube. shalt be supplied with
protective coating by rust preventive oil on the outside surface.

18. MARKING
18.1 Each .tube may be marked with the manufacturer's name or trade-

mark.

18.2 Each bundle of tubes shall be marked suitably with the foUowiDi:

a) Type of pipe,
b) Grade of material, aDd
c) Outside diameter and tbic:luaell.
9

1I.I2I1.1Ia
lL2.1 Each tube may alia be marked with the lSI Certification Mark.
Noa - The Ule of the lSI Certification Mark is governed by the provisions of the
Indian Standarda lnatitution (Cenification Marks) Act and thp, Rules and ReIUlatioDi made thereUDder. The lSI Mark on products covered by an Indian Standard
convey. the . .urance that they have beeD produced to comply with the requiremeDta
that ltandard under a well-defined system of inspection, testing and qualit \I
control which is deviled and supervised by ISI and operated by the producer. lSI
marked pioducu are allO continuously checked by lSI for conformity to thac
Itandard a. a further Dfepard. Detail. of conditions, under which a licence for the
\lie
the lSI Certification Mark may be .ranted to manufacturers or processors.
may be obtained from the Jodi. Standard.IDltitution.

or

or

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M. K. V. CKABI
McNally Dharat En,ineering Co Ltd, Kumardhubi
SHBt S. K. CSAUDBUBI (
SaRI H. N. FtlTBBALLY
Dynacrart Machine Co Ltd, Bombay
SRBI S. K. DRAGO ( AI,,,..,, )
SRR. O. S. KANWAR
Association or Indian Engineering IndUitrY,
New Delhi
SHR) P. R. GUPTA ( Alt,rnat, )
SaRI T. S. KASTURJ
Neyveli Lignite Corporation Ltd, Neyveli
SHRI M. C. RENOARAJAN ( Alternat' )
SUBJ C. S. Roy
Mining & Allied Machinery Corporation Ltd,
Durgapur
SHRI S. K. MUXHBRJI ( Alt,rnfJl, )
.
SHRJ R. N. SAR
Tata Robins Frazer Ltd,Jamshedpur
SRRI V. P. NIJRAWAN ( Alt"fIIll, )
SRR1 V. C. SHARMA
Indian "rube Co Ltd, Jamsh~dpur
SHRI S. SUR
.
Elecon Engineering Co Ltd, Vidyanagar
SHRJ H. S. NORONHA ( Alt,rnat, )

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