Fitting, Union and Reducer, Flared

Standard:
Revised:
  • 2008-02-04
 
  • HISTORICAL Access the latest revision: AS5174E
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  • SAE International
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Rationale:

1. This standard is being revised to reduce theh operating pressures for aluminum, sizes -10 and above. This was prompted by MS20819/AS5176 which eliminated aluminum as an optional metal, and as a result, the operating pressures for many other MIL-F-5509/AS4841 AS4842/AS4843/AS4875 flared fitting parts, that used aluminum, were reduced, for sizes -10 and above.

2. Restore 347 corrosion resistant steel as a material option.

3. Added PRI/QML note to latest language approved by the G-3 Committee.

4. Inactivated material code letter D for code letter W.

5. Added cadmium warning note per Aerospace Council directive.

6. Updated specification to current and active G-3 document, style format.

7. Added DoD ISA note to maintain NATO Treaty, STANAG Agreement.

8. Added titanium note /22/.

9. Reduced weights.

10. Added IVD finish and flag note /23/ to pin for "V" finish option for aluminum.

11. Corrected the procurement specification callout from AS4875 to AS4875/1.

12. Revised Figure 1 drawing to obtain coaxial relationships. Added Code S for 347 cres which was originally on DoD documents AN815, AN919, MS24392 and MS24399.

13. Added note /23/ for legacy of 347 and Code D, and to show G-3 agreement from panel meeting minutes on cres 347 vs cres 321, in Savannah, GA, Sep. 2006.

History:
Standard Published Revision Status
AS5174E 2015-04-22 Latest Reaffirmed
2008-02-04 Historical Revised
2005-05-25 Historical Revised
2005-01-20 Historical Revised
2003-08-06 Historical Revised
1998-03-01 Historical Issued
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