The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 2 (1924) > Issues > Issue 4 > The Inspection and Testing of Strucutral Materials
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The Inspection and Testing of Strucutral Materials

“Inspection to be final, as no responsibility can be accepted for such materail after it has left the sellers’ works. Where testing or inspection has to be done, the buyer must make the necessary arrangements for this to be carried out as soon as possible after receipt of ndotice that the material has been rolled. All bars from which test pieces have been taken must be accepted by the buyers if complying with the specification of tests. For material under 5/16 in. thick, bend test only will be given in accordance with the British standard specification for such material.” H.J. Davey