EN Piping Content Pack EN
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This content pack covers the following compatible DIN/EN standards:
- DIN EN1092
- EN 10253
- DIN EN 10255
- DIN EN 1514
- EN ISO 1127
- DIN EN 10220
- DIN 2619
The content pack includes the following files:
DIN EN Pipes and Fittings_EN.pcat
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Versão 14.0.5300.1, 30/03/2022
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Hi, I can't find the plate slip on flanges, onthe the slip on hub flange. Plate flanges are quite common. Where can I find them?
Super specifications for planning in the European area, unfortunately an error is displayed when a component from the specification (e.g. PN016) is to be searched for in the catalogue.
I found lot mistake for Blindflanges. In pipeclass are "Flansch DIN EN 1092-1/01/DN 100/PN 40 " but it shot Flansch DIN EN 1092-1/05....
please change this.
Hi, thanks for the catalogs and all, but we are still missing the respective wall thicknesses for each pressure class, it would be nice to have especially for stress analysis later on...
This is an excelent start for metric piping. However, I would like to suggest that tghe 10217-X and 10216-x be added for pipes as these are more prevelant today. while the DIN was way back when.
Can somebody send me an opened EN DIN CPac. I cannot download the file, Always get the note TARGET MISSING on the screen,
Hello, are the DIN-EN type 1092-01- type flat face flanges in this package? im searching for those but can't find them
Me neither. Did you find the flat face flanges library?
only use the catalogs, because the pipe classes are not done with the delivered catalog datas
Thanks for your comment. In general, we provide catalogs as per standards, then customers could create their own spec based on those catalogs to meet their projects' requirements. If you need further support please reach out to us via firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you very much.
Hi, this may not be the correct place to raise this issue, but for some reason the slip on flanges are stuck in the "stub end" row, so the dont appear in the tool palette in plant 3d.
Thanks for your feedbacks. We will take a further look of it and update it in next version if possible.
I found lot of mistakes at standard definitions. Specifications try to open an older German version file.