DEUTSCHE NORM Metal-arc welding with covered electrode, gas-shielded metal-arc welding and gas

welding
Joint preparation for steel (ISO 9692 : 1992) of DIN EN 29692 English Version

1994

April

I EN 29692
Iso 9692.
Supersedes DIN 8551 Part 1, June 1976 edition.

This Standard incorporates the English Version of ICS 25.160.10

Lichtbogenhandschweißen; Schutzgasschweißen und Gasschweißen; Schweißnahtvorbereitung für Stahl (ISO 9692 : 1992)

European Standard EN 29692: 1993 has the Status of a DIN Standard.

National foreword
This Standard has been has been published in accordance with a decision taken by CEN/BT to adopt, without alteration, International Standard ISO 9692 as a European Standard. The responsible German body involved in its preparation was the Normenausschuß Schweißtechnik (Welding Standards Committee). The dirnensionsand the dimensional ranges givenin this Standard are based on experience.In Order to make the scope as comprehensive as possible, wide tolerances have been specified for angles, gaps and root face thickness. The joint type shall be selected as a function of the materials employed, the welding Position and the welding process, the to subject weld being fully penetrated. This requires the selection of appropriate welding Parameters and, if necessary, root machining in the case of double-sided welding. The symbols for joint types are intended to facilitate comrnunication. necessary, the designation may be completed by If an additional indication of the required dimensions. The DIN Standards correponding to the International Standards referred to in clause 2 are listed below:

ISO StandardDINStandard
ISO 2553DIN1912Part
ISO 4063 DIN EN 24 063 5 andSupplement1
to DIN 1912Part 5

ISO 6947 DIN

ISO 6947

Standards referred to
(and not included in Normative references) DIN 1912 Part 5 Supplement 1 to DIN 1912 Part 5 Symbolical representation of welded, soldered and brazed joints; symbols and dimensioning Symbolical representation of welds, soldering and brazing joints; symbols and dimensioning; exarnples of joints as specified in ISO 2553

DIN EN 24063 Welding, brazing, soldering and braze welding of metals; list of process names and reference numbers for use in technical documentation(ISO 4063: 1990)

Continued overleaf. EN comprises 15 pages.

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DIN EN 29692

Previous editions
DIN 8551 Part 1: 01 5 9 , 06.76; DIN 8551 Part 2: 01.59; DIN 8551 Part 5: 09.67

Amendments
DIN 8551 Part 1, June 1976 edition, has been superseded by the specifications of EN 29692, which is identical to ISO 9692.

International Patent Classification
B 23 K 003116

B 23 B 23 B 23 B 23 B 23

K 005100 K 005102 K 009lOO K 0091235 K 031100

EUROPEAN STANDARD NORME EUROPEENNE EUROPÄISCHE N O R M
UDC [621.791.5+.75] :621.791.02 Descriptors:

EN 29692
February 1994

Arc welding, gas-shielded welding, gas welding, welding electrodes, covered electrodes, welded joints, joint preparation, dirnensions.

English Version

Metal-arc welding with covered electrode, gas-shielded metal-arc welding and gas welding
Joint preparation for steel (ISO 9692 : 1992)
Soudage a I’arc avec electrode enrobee, soudage a I’arc SOUS protection gazeuse et soudage aux gaz; preparations de joint sur acier (ISO 9692 : 1992) Lichtbogenhandschweißen, Schutzgasschweißen und Gasschweißen, Schweißnahtvorbereitung für Stahl (ISO 9692 : 1992)

This European Standard was approved by CEN on 1994-02-04 and Standard as referred to. CENrnernbers areboundtocornplywiththeCENKENELEC stipulate the conditions for giving this European Standard the without any alteration.

is identical to the

ISO

Interna1 Regulationswhich Status of a national Standard rnay be

Up-to-date lists and bibliographical references concerning such national Standards obtained on applicationto the Central Secretariat to any CEN rnernber. or

This European Standard exists in three officialversions (English, French, Gerrnan). A Version in CEN rnember into itsown any other language made by translation under the responsibilityaof language and notified to the Central Secretariat the Same Status as the official versions. has CEN rnernbersare the national Standards bodies of Austria, Belgiurn, Denmark, Finland, France, Gerrnany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdorn.

CEN
European Committee for Standardization Comite Europeen deNormalisation Europäisches Komiteefür Normung Central Secretariat: rue de Stassart 36, B-1050 Brussels

0 Copyright 1994.

reserved to all CEN rnernbers. Ref.

No. EN 29692 : 1994 E

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Foreword
In 1992, CEN/BT decided to subrnit International Standard

ISO 9692 : 1992 Metal-arc welding with covered electrode, gas-shielded rnetal-arc welding and gas welding; joint preparations for steel
to the Unique Acceptance Procedure in accordance with resolution BTS 2 C48/1992. The result was positive. This European Standard shall be given the Status of a national Standard, either by publication of an identical text or by endorsernent, and conflicting national Standards withdrawn, by August 1994 at the latest. In accordance with the CENKENELEC Internat Regulations, the following countries are bound to irnplernent this European Standard: Austria, Belgiurn, Denrnark,Finland, France, Gerrnany, Greece, Iceland,Ireland,Italy,Luxembourg,Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom. Norway,

Endorsement notice
The text of theInternational Standard ISO 9692 : 1992 was approved by CEN as a European Standard without any rnodification. NOTE: Normative references to international publications are listed in annex ZA (normative).

lntroduction
ThisInternationalStandarddefinestheParameterscharacterizingthe joint preparation the and collection of well-experienced values and shapes representing more design limits than manufacturing limits.
comThe requirements given in this International Standard have been piled on the basis of experience, and contain dimensions for types of joint preparation that are generally found to providesuitablewelding conditions. However, the extended field of application makes it necessary to give a range of dimensions. The dimension ranges specified represent design limits and are not tolerances for manufacturing purposes. Manufacturitlg limits depend, for instance, on welding process, parent metal, welding Position, quality level, etc. Therefore, the requirements given are more a recommendation than a specification. Because of the conimon character of this International Standard, the examples given cannot be regarded as the only Solution for the selection of a joint type.

Specific fields of application manufacturing and requiretnents (e.g. Pipeline construction) may be covered by selected ranges specified other Standards adapted from this basic International Standard.

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1

Scope

4

Welding processes

This International Standard pertains to types of joint preparationmetal-arc for welding covered with electrode.gas-shieldedmetal-arcweldinyandgas welding on steel (See clauses 3 and 4). It applies lo joint preparation for fully-penetrated butt exceptcase welds, in the of some recornrnended types of joint preparation (reference numbers 3 10A. 3.106 and 4.10.10Cj: if a butt weld is not possible necessary. or Special arrangenients need to be made. For not-fully-penetraled butt welds.typesofjointpreparationanddimensions differingfromthosespecifiedinthisIniernational Standard may be stipulated. The r o d yaps referred to in this International Standard are thcxx gaps presented after tack welding. if used. Consideration should be given to alterlng the joint preparation details (where appropriate) to facilitate ternporary backing, "one-sided welding", etc.

Joint preparations recommended this in InternationalStandardareslritable for weldingcarried out inaccordancewiththefollowingprooessesas specified in tables 1 to 4; combinations of different processes are possible: a) (3) gas welding; fuel gas welding.

b) (111) metal-arcweldingwithcoveredelectrode;
(manualrnetal-arcwelding);shieldedmetal-arc welding.
C)

(13) gas-shieldedmetal-arcwelding;gasmetalarc welding:
-

(131) melal-arcinert ing;

gas welding:MIGweld-

---

(135) metal-arc gas active welding; MAG welding. TIG welding;

d) (141) tungsten inert welding; gas gas turlgsten arc welding.

2

Normative referenccs

Thefollowing Standards containProvisionswhich, through reference in this text. constitute Provisions of this International Standard. At the time of publication,theeditionsindicatedwerevalid. All standards are subjecl to revision, parties and to agreements based this on International Standard are encouraged to investigate the possibility of applying the most recent editions of the Standards indicatedbelow.Members of IEC and ISO maintain registers of currently valid International Standards ISO 2553:1992. Welded, brazed and soldered joints
- Symbolic representation on drawings.

NOTE I The numbers in parentheses refer to the reference nulnber of the welding process specified in ISO 4063.

5

Finish

The longitudinaledgesoftherootfaceshouldbe de-burred and may be chamfered (up to 2 mm).

ISO 4063.1990, Welding, brazing. soltlerioy ana' braze welding of metals - Nomenclature of processes and referencenumbersforsymbolicrepresentationon drawings. ISO 6947:1990, Welds Working posifions nitions of angles of slope and rotation.

6

Type ofjoint preparation

- Defi-

The reconimendedtypes of jointpreparationand dimensions are specified in tables 1 t o 4.
NOTE 2 The reference nunrbers have been deterrnined in accordance with the following scheme:

3

Materials

Joint preparations recomrnentfed this inInternational Standard are suitable for all kinds of steel.

The first digit corresponds to the number of the table, the second digit or numerical group corresponds to the number in ISO 2553, the thircl indication, expressed by a letter, considers variants of joint preparation.

d

i

Reference No.

5

M
rd

-.

Workpiece tliickness

PX
S C

S e
(D"

Designation

a

\

f

-

Symbol (in accordance with ISO 2553)

Illustration

Cross-seclion

m IA
D

n
m

r ,

Thickness of root face

Depth of preparation

Recommended welding process3) (reterence nurnber In accordance with I so 4063)

Remarks

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a ,
C

0

I

(D

L I

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d

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C,

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W
9

W
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9

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C

W
C

0
(V

W
9

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U)

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2
A

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Cu

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C,

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9

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4

M
V-

M
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Zn

Pg

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h
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I

V m

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V. V.

r

s3
r r

Cu

W
V

W
F

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(DA---a
W

W

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21

1

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A .

G
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W

Rohnnco No.

m
n
P
0

n
0,

LI

-

Workpiece thickness

Designation

Combined symbols (in accordance with ISO 2553)

Illustration

I

LM

I i
P

I

r,

Tluckness of rootface

I '

i

*

Depth o l preparation

Recommended welding process3) (reference number in accordance with ISO 4063)

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Aemarks

11
P661 26961 N3
8 a6ed

Reference No.

5

-4

5

V
2

V
2

V
2

Workpiece thickness

0

0

0

Designation

X

Comblned symbois (in accordance wlth
ISO 2553)

Illustration

Cross-section

I

L

I

0. m
R

P

R

C

11

Y

n

8
2

6
A

Angle')

3
0

U
P,

3. U

1 A
0.

IA
W

C -

Gap2)

M
W

M
P
N

7

r)

A
N

n
h)

M n

t5'

a

Thickness of root faco

M
Q)

a-

I1

.

4-

1
II II

s

a-

Depth of preparalion

I

Recommcndcd welding process3' (reference number in accordance wlth
ISO 4063)

I

Remarks

P66 1 169 62 N3 6 a6ed

f

F,

F, U
(D

Rekrenco No.

Workpiece thicknesr

SF r e
(Pm

Designation
Cor&lned symboro (in accordance wtth ISO 2553)

a;

X

Illustration

Cross-section

0”.

0:

n m
M
2

m

M

$2

M
a

Angle”

“?
Cr

Y
2

M
W

M
W

C1

Y\
W

*

Gap2)

M
I U

n ll
W

Thickners of root face

I

*

Depth of preparation

Recommended welding procesd (reference nurnber In accordance with ISO 4063)

I

Remarks

P66 C : 169 61 N3
0 1 a6ed

L

I

h)

Y b
V

Referctice No,

--

" .

V
A

Cn

Workpicce thickness

Derignatiotr
Q

Combined symbols (in accordance wlth
ISO 2553)

2

Illustration

Cross-section

Angle')

Thickness of root h c e

a-

Depth of preparation

Recommended weldlng process') (reference nurnber In accordance wlth ISO 4063)

Remarks

P66 C 169 61 N3
1C a6ed

~~

~

Reference No.

-.

Workpiece lhickners

Designation

s a
A

-

Comblned symbols (In accordance with ISO 2553)

n

Illustration

Cross-section

C

P.

2

P
N

9

V

Cd

0-

n
W

i )

W
N

rr

Thlckness of rootface

5.

Depth of preparation

Recommended welding process3)

(reference number in accordance wtth
ISO 4063)

Remarks

P66 C 269 61 N3 Z C a6ed

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Table 3

- Joint preparations for flllet welds, welded

from one side
Dimensions In millimetres

Joint pre

ration
Dirnensio

T
C .-

3
3.1OA
fl 12

>2 =. 2

Fillet weld, T-jomt

70"

a

100"

111 131 135 141

3

3.108

Fillet weld,
lap joint

n
60-

111 131 135 141

3.10C

I,
1,

>2 >2

Fillet weld, Corner joint

< a S; 120"

h<2

3 111 131 135 141

1) The indlcatlon of the weldlng process does not mean that it is applicable for the whole range of workpiece thtcknesses.

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Table 4

- Joint preparatlons for fillet welds, welded from both sldes
Dimensions in millimetres
Joint preparatlon
Dimension

Weld

E

0 2

% a

!91 i

0

ff

b

4.10.10A

I,

I,

>3 >3

Double flllat weld, corner Joint (with gap)

/A /

\
9
\

3
-0

+

111
70"
a

s; 110'

131

L

135 141

4.10.106

I, Y :

f*

-. 5

2

Double fillet weld, corner jolnt (without gap)

60"

a

< 120"

3 1 'I1

131 135 141

l?rnln '

=1,-3

4.1Q.lQC
I, >. 4 >4

Double fillet weld

3 111 131
135

141

r,

1) The indication of the weldlng process does not mean that it is applicable for the whole range of workpiece thicknesses.

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

This EuropeanStandard incorporates by dated or undatedreference,provisionsfromother publications. These normative references are cited at the appropriate places the text and the in publications are listed hereafter. For dated references, subsequent amendments t o 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 tatest edition of the publication referred t o applies (including amendments).
Publication

Title Year
1992
Welded, brazed on drawings and soldered joints

EN

ISO 2 5 5 3
ISO 4063

- Symbolic representation
-

EN 2 4 0 61 9 9 2 3

-

1990

Welding, brazing. soldering and braze metals welding of Nomenclature of processes and reference numbers for symbolic representation on drawings Bilingual edition Welds - Working positions and rotation

ISO 6947

1990

- Definitions of angles of

dope

-

-

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