Japanese Industrial Standards specifies the standards used for industrial activities in Japan. The standardization process is coordinated by Japanese Industrial Standards Committee and published through Japanese Standards Association.
In the Meiji era, private enterprises were responsible for making standards. However, the Japanese government did have standards and specification documents for procurement purposes for certain articles, such as munitions. These were summarized to form an official standard old JES in 1921. During World War II, simplified standards were established to increase matÃ©riel output. The Industrial Standardization Law was enacted in 1949, which forms the legal foundations for the present Japanese Industrial Standards.
The Industrial Standardization Law was revised in 2004 and the JIS mark product certification system was changed. Standards are named like “JIS X 0208:1997″, where X denotes area division, followed by four digits (or five digits for some of the standards corresponding ISO standards) and the revision release year.
G – Ferrous Materials and Metallurgy
H – Nonferrous Materials and Metallurgy
EN 10204:2004 is for metallic products-and this norm tell us things about Types of inspection documents. There are no material standards.
Mostly material is defined with its chemical composition and mechanical properties in a public standars like ISO, EN, JIS, ASTM etc.
JIS G3461 Standard specifies the carbon steel tubes, hereinafter refered to as the tubes, used for exchanger heat on the inside and outside of the tube, such as water tubes, smoke tubes, superheater tubes, air preheater tubes, etc.
JIS G3445 standard specifies the carbon steel tubes, hereinafter referred to as the thes, used for machinery, automobiles, bicycles, furniture, appliances and other machine parts.
JIS G3429 standard specifies the seamless steel tubes, hereinafter referred to as the tube used for the manufacture of seamless steel gas cylinders specified in JIS B8230 and JIS B8241.
JIS G3454 standard specifies the carbon steel pipes, hereinafter referred to as the pipes, used form pressure serive at an approximate maximum temperature of 350 cerus degree.
Japanese Industrial Standards (JIS) specifies the standards used for industrial activities in Japan. The standardization process is coordinated by Japanese Industrial Standards Committee and published through Japanese Standards Association.
JIS seamless pipe is steel pipe that has been created by JIS and meets certain performance requirements. Manufacturers follow Japan Industrial Standards voluntarily. view the Tolerance of JIS seamless pipe