BS 4800-007:2010 pdf download – Aerospace series — Titanium and titanium alloys — Technical specification Part 007: Remelting stock
5 Health and safety Products in the delivery condition shall fulfil the health and safety laws of the area of the country when and where it is to be delivered. A product safety data sheet shall be available.
6 Technical requirements
6.1 General The product shall be manufactured in accordance with the requirements of the relevant material standard and the applicable requirements of this specification. A manufacturing schedule shall be established and applied in accordance with EN 2078. The product shall satisfy the requirements of the material standard and/or order and shall be free from irregularities prejudicial to the subsequent manufacture or use of this product. Notwithstanding previous acceptance complying with this material standard, any product that is found, at a later stage, to contain such defects shall be rejected. Unless otherwise specified, the requirements in Tables 1 and 2 shall apply in conjunction with those of the relevant material standard. Table 1 relates to lines 1 to 29 (inclusive) of the material standard and Table 2 relates to lines 30 onwards in which the sub-line format is also used. Lines 2 to 98 may also be opened in line 100 if the material standard details specific qualification requirements. If a specific line number is not shown in Tables 1 and 2, the requirement is stated in the material standard and/or order. The requirements of the order and/or material standard shall over-ride the requirements of the technical specification.
6.2 Qualification requirements Qualification requirements when invoked by the material standard and/or order are detailed in Tables 1 and 2. Unless otherwise agreed between the manufacturer and purchaser the qualification phase shall be run on the first three batches.
6.3 Release requirements
6.3.1 Release tests Release testing shall be the responsibility of the manufacturer. The purchaser reserves the right to perform any of the inspections and/or tests required by the material standard and/or order. The test samples shall be representative of the product. When required the manufacturer shall inform the purchaser of the planned dates for extraction of samples and release testing in order that these operations may be witnessed. Tables 1 and 2 detail the requirements for each line of the material standard. Unless otherwise specifically requested by the purchaser, a particular inspection and/or test for release shall be carried out if corresponding acceptance criteria and/or values are stated in the applicable material standard, but see also in 6.3.5.
6.3.2 Retests If the test procedure or test piece preparation is faulty, testing shall be re-applied at the original frequency after rectification of the original cause of failure. When failure cannot be attributed to faulty testing, or test piece preparation, further test samples shall be selected at twice the original frequency from the product, one of which shall be that on which the original results were obtained unless already withdrawn by the manufacturer after suitable identification of the cause of failure. If all retest results are satisfactory, the batch shall be accepted. If one or more tests are unsatisfactory, the batch shall be: rejected; or
100 % retested and the conforming products accepted; or
partially or fully re-heat treated if heat treatment can rectify the cause of the failure and tested as a completely new batch except for chemical composition, for which redetermination of hydrogen content is required. No product or test sample shall be re-heat treated more than twice.
6.3.3 Rejection Any failure to meet the requirements of the material standard shall be cause for rejection.
6.3.4 Special tests Special tests may be required by the purchaser. In such cases, the nature of the test, method, frequency and technical requirements shall be specified on the order or inspection schedule and shall be mutually agreed by the manufacturer and purchaser.
6.3.5 Capability clause Where capability clause is invoked and where sufficient statistical evidence exists, the test need not be carried out (unless specifically requested by the purchaser). However, this in no way reduces the obligations of the manufacturer to fulfil the requirements. If subsequent testing indicates that the product does not comply with the requirements, the batch shall be rejected.