Q: What are equivalents for standard Q 235 B (and Q 235 A) for U-channels? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: DIN Nr. = 2393 T.2, 2394 T.2, EN 10025 W. Nr. DIN 17007 = 1.0038 Design DIN 17006 = RSt 37-2, S235JRG2 (Fe 360 B)
Q: What is St DIN 2391 BK material? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: Precision steel tubes, cold-finished/hard.
Q: What is C.D.W. Boiler Tube? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: Cold Drawn Welded Boiler Tube.
Q: WHAT IS W.Nr. 1.4301? PLS TELL US IN EASY LANGUAGUE (asked by: email@example.com)
A: It is a cheaper stainless steel.
Q: 1) What is the main requirement of DIN 2391? 2) What is the meaning of NBK? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: 1) Precision 2) Annealed, normalized.
Q: How can I get the details of DIN 2440, DIN 2458, DIN 2391 and DIN 2462? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: Find it at: http://www.mertl.com and http://www.google.hr/search?hl=hr&q=DIN+2462&meta=
Q: Where Can I Get Mechanical Properties For St 35.8 Grade I, St 35.8 Grade II and St 35.8 Grade III? (asked by: ABOHOSAM1951@YAHOO.COM)
A: You can get them at http://www.mertl.com/anonymous/info1.pdf
Q: What is the formula to calculate tube weight? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: Find it out at Technical Data - http://www.steeltubestrade.net/technical.php
Q: What is chemical composition for Fe430B and Rst 37-2? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: Italy UNI 7070 = Fe430B = Germany DIN 17100, St 44-2 = W.Nr. 1.0044 Chemical composition (max. values): C = 0.21%, P = 0.050%, S = 0.050%, N = 0.009% RSt 37-2 = W.Nr. 1.0038: C = 0.17%, P = 0.050%, S = 0.050%, N = 0.009%
Q: Please let us know the Chemical and Mechanical Properties of ST 35 Bk? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: St 35 = W.Nr. 1.0308 Chemical composition (maximal values in %) C = 0.18, Si = 0.35, Mn = 0.40, P = 0.050, S = 0.050, N = 0.007*
Condition of supply BK = Cold-finished/hard (cold-finished as-drawn) No heat treatment after the last cold-forming process. The tubes therefore have only low deformability.
Mechanical properties at room temperature Tensile strength (Rm N/mm2 min.) = 440 Breaking elongation (A5 % min.) = 6
* Depending on P-content N up to max.
Q: 1) What is the chemical composition & mechanical properties of DIN 50049? 2) What is the difference between ASTM standards & ASME standards? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: 1) DIN 50049 describes various certificates. Find out more for various tubes at http://www.mertl.com/englisch/downloads_e.htm 2) Find it out at http://principalmetals.com/glossary/step1.asp and http://principalmetals.com/specifications/step1.asp
Q: What is Inox steel? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: It is stainless steel.
Q: Do you have a list on the web of DIN to ASTM comparisons for steel pipes? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: No, I have not.
Q: IS THIS TYPE OF GRADE AVAILABLE & WHAT IS THE CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL DETAILS OF THIS GRADE C.S. SEAMLESS TUBE TO DIN 2391 ST 45.2, BKW? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tubes acc. DIN 2391 are seamless precision steel tubes in the following conditions: BK = cold finished (hard) BKW = cold finished (soft) GBK = annealed (bright) NBK = normalized
Mechanical properties (at room temperature):
For BK: Tension strength = 540 N/mm2 min. Breaking strength (A5) = 5% min.
For BKW: Tension strength = 470 N/mm2 min. Breaking strength (A5) = 8% min.
For GBK: Tension strength = 390 N/mm2 min. Breaking strength (A5) = 21% min.
For NBK: Tension strength = 440 to 570 N/mm2 min. Upper yield strength = 255 N/mm2 min. Breaking strength (A5) = 21% min.
See also: http://www.mertl.com/anonymous/info7.pdf and http://www.amtsrl.it/content/view/79/140/
Q: What is the meaning of ERW steel pipe? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: Electric Resistance Welded tubes
Q: Can you tell me about the Certificates according to EN 10204/3.1.b or to DIN 50049/3.1.b? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: Find it out under Downloads at: http://www.mertl.com
Q: What are the differences between DIN 2448 & DIN 2458 & DIN 2391? Thanks in advance. (asked by: email@example.com)
A: DIN 2448 = Standards for seamless steel tubes sizes DIN 2458 = Standards for welded steel tubes sizes DIN 2391 = Standards for seamless precision steel tubes sizes DIN 2393 = Standards for welded precision steel tubes (with close tolerances) sizes DIN 2394 = Standards for welded precision steel tubes sizes
Q: What is equivalent material in ASTM for 1.0038 (RSt 37-2, 1.4301 (V2A), 1.4541 (V2A), 1.4571 (V4A)? Kindly email me. (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: W.Nr. 1.0038 = RSt 37-2 = A 570 Gr. 36 W.Nr. 1.4301 = X 5 CrNi 18 10 = 304, 304 H W.Nr. 1.4541 = X 6 CrNiTi 18 10 = 321 W.Nr. 1.4571 = X 6 CrNiMoTi 17 12 2 = 316 Ti
Q: Equivalent in ASTM of BS4360 Grade 43A (asked by: email@example.com)
A: ASTM A36
Q: What is the equivalent material of 25 CrMo 4 & St 44? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: See previous answers to email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
Q: Dear Sir, Is ASTM A53B pipes suitable for pumped sewage applications? If not what is the suitable overground piping for the same applications? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: See answers to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: 1) What are the DIN equivalents for ASTM A106, A270, and A312? 2) Is there a place where I can get more cross-ref / comparison info? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: 1) See previous answers to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
2) Yes, it is this page but you have to use Find option in the Edit menu (see title). There are several very useful web sites that you can find through Useful links (e-pipe Co.,Ltd., IranSteelCenter.com, MARYLAND METRICS, Mesteel.com, TubeNet etc.)
Q: What is AFNOR and kindly tell me the equivalent material for 30 NCD 11 in DIN standards?. Also give me the mechanical properties of 30 NCD 11. (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: AFNOR are French standards. 30 NCD 11 has not equivalent in DIN standard and I haven't any data of its mechanical properties.
Q: Dear Sir, we require all material equivalent standard to Indian Standards. (asked by: email@example.com)
A: You can get them at: http://www.bis.org.in/index_home.htm
Q: Need details on specification DIN 2394 ST - 37.2. (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: See previous answers to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: What is the Equivalent Material for Dillimax 690 and advise if ALDUR700QL equivalent Dillimax 690? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: DILLIMAX 690 is high strength fine grained structural steel quenched and tempered. ALDUR 700 Q, QL, QL1 = S690Q, QL, QL1 acc. EN 10137-2 is equivalent to DILLIMAX 690.
More about it find at: http://188.8.131.52/search?q=cache:dDXEAyizQ30J:www.petrosteel.com/grade_info/DILLIMAX_690.pdf+Dillimax+690&hl=hr and http://184.108.40.206/search?q=cache:6LwOiX_tk6MJ:www.voestalpine.com/servlets/apploader/j910345/AttachmentDownload.jsp%3Fatt%3D3621%26site%3Dvagb%26language%3Dde%26article%3D8233%26session_id%3D80350761079+ALDUR+700+QL&hl=hr
Q: What is the Hardness and Mechanical Properties for Normalized AISI 4140, SAE 4140 and SCM 440? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: Find it out also at: http://www.woodcousa.com/material_req.htm
Q: Dear sir kindly tell me the material composition for 30 NCD 11 and equivalent material in Indian standards. (asked by: email@example.com)
A: AFNOR 30 NCD 11: C = 0.25-0.35%, Si ≤ 0.40%, Mn = 0.20-0.50%, P ≤0.040%, S ≤ 0.035%, Cr = 0.70-1.10%, Mo = 0.25-045%, Ni = 2.70-3.30%. I have not Indian standards. See also previous answer to firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: What is the ASTM equivalent for the tube material St 35.8 DIN 17175/III (German Std.)? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: See previous answer to firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: What is meaning of PSL-1 and PSL-2? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: See it at: http://www.woodcousa.com/material_req.htm
Q: What is Indian equivalent of casting 25CrMo4V? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: See answer to email@example.com
Q: What is the ASTM equivalent for Tube material spec STB 30 (Japanese Std.)? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: I have no data for such kind of steel.
Q: What is 35c8, 40cr5mo6, 15cr3 grades of steel? (asked by: email@example.com)
Q: Whats the weight per meter of pipe dia 10 inches sch 40 API 5L X52? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: Find it at http://www.rolflycke.com/Webdesk/documents/Rolf+Lycke+KOPI/Offshore/X52.pdf
You can also reckon it yourself by using following link: http://www.steeltubestrade.net/tech_formulas.php#carb (calculator: Weight reckoning for any carbon steel tube)
Q: What is the equivalent DIN Number of ASTM A53? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: See previous answers to firstname.lastname@example.org and walterkowalski@Univsteel.com
Q: What is the difference between ST 52 DIN 2391 and ST 52-3 DIN 2391? Await your kind reply! (asked by: email@example.com)
A: St 52 = W.Nr. 1.0580, Component = % max., C = 0.20, Si = 0.55, Mn = 1.50, P = 0.050, S = 0.050, N = 0.007 St 52.3 = W.Nr. 1.0570, Component = % max., C = 0.22, Si = 0.55, Mn = 1.60, P = 0.040, S = 0.040, Al = (0.020)
Q: What is the elongation of ASTM A53? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: See it at: http://www.chicagotube.com/stockbook/pipe/astm_a53.html
Q: How to complete my login information? Thank you in advance! (asked by: email@example.com)
A: Print out this link http://www.steeltubestrade.net/instructions.php?page=10 and just follow it up!
Q: What is the grade name of Indian equivalent of AISI304 & INOX CNZ6 (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: See previous answer to email@example.com
Q: What is equiavalent ASTM Grade STB-30? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: I have no data for such steel.
Q: Equivalents for Fe390 hk uni 591, enaw-6082 uni en586-2? (asked by: email@example.com)
Q: What does SAF stands for in SAF 2205 grade? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: See it at: http://www.engineeringtalk.com/news/sdv/sdv115.html
Q: Grade 100 Cr 6 – DIN 17230??? Chemical composition + Mechanical properties required! Please help me by emailing (asked by: email@example.com)
A: DIN 100 Cr 6, W.Nr. 1.3505
Component = Wt. % max.: C = 0.95-1.05, Cr = 1.30-1.65, Cu = 0.25, Mn = 0.20-0.45, Ni = 0.30, P = 0.27, S = 0.20, Si = 0.17-0.37
Mechanical Properties: Bulk Modulus = 140 GPa = (English) 20300 ksi - Typical for steels Hardness, Knoop = 875 - Converted from Rockwell C hardness Hardness, Rockwell C = 62 - quenched in oil from 150°C tempered Hardness, Rockwell C = 64 - quenched in oil Hardness, Rockwell C = 64 - quenched in water from 150°C tempered Hardness, Rockwell C = 66 - quenched in water Hardness, Vickers = 848 - Converted from Rockwell C hardness Machinability = 40% - spheroidized annealed and cold drawn. Based on 100% machinability for AISI 1212 steel Modulus of Elasticity = 210 GPa = (En.) 30500 ksi Poisson"s Ratio = 0.3 - Calculated Shear Modulus = 80 GPa = (En.) 11600 ksi - Typical for steel
Q: What is the Indian standard equivalent of st 37.8? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: It is the same answer as to email@example.com
Q: what is equivalent of st 37 in astm? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: See previous answer to walterkowalski@Univsteel.com
Q: What is EN equivalent to BS 1387 or ASTM A53? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: BS 1387 is EN BS 1387 and for ASTM A53 - see previous answers to: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: 1) What is the american equivalent of european P265GH seamless tube? 2) Is there differences between API 5L grB and ASTM A106 grB? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: 1) See it at http://www.t-m-handel.de/engl/liefer/liefer8.htm and combine with previously asked questions. 2) See the answers to the same question at http://www.eng-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=30984&page=5
Q: Pl inform equivalent ASTM spec for CS seamless heat exchanger tubes to JIS 3461 gr STB52S (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: Find it at http://www.tataryerson.com/products_details_GC_1.htm and http://www.premiumtubes.com/sitemap.htm
Q: I want to know the mechanical property of GS-25 CrMo 4V (asked by: email@example.com)
A: Ask this question at: PHB Stahlguss GmbH http://www.phbguss.de/english/set_00/index.htm firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: I need plate properties for St 37. (asked by: email@example.com)
A: See previous question!
Q: What are the material yield, tensile stress, composition and equivalent ASME material for ST 35.29? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: Tubes in St 35, acc. DIN 1629 are replaced with St 37 (see answer to email@example.com) St-35-1 (max. %): C = 0.18, Mn = 0.25, P = 0.060, S = 0.060 St 35-3 = W.Nr. 1.0309: C = 0.16, Si = 0.17-0.40, Mn = 0.35-0.65, P = 0.040, S = 0.040, Cr = 0.30, Ni = 0.30, Al = 0.02, Cu = 0.30, Cr + Cu + Ni = 0.70 St 35-5 = W.Nr. 1.0305 = ASTM Gr. A: C = 0.16, Si = 0.17-0.37, Mn = 0.35-0.65, P = 0.040, S = 0.040, Cr = 0.30, Ni = 0.30, Cu = 0.30, Cr + Cu + Ni = 0.70
Q: What are the differences in chemical and mechanical properties between ASTM A36 and ASTM A105? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: Find it at: http://atlas.web.cern.ch/Atlas/GROUPS/Shielding/jdmaterial.htm#Tube & http://www.suppliersonline.com/propertypages/A105.asp and compare with previous answer to email@example.com
Q: I want to know mechanical and thermal properties (mainly conductivity and stresses) of SA-213, SA-178, SA-516, Sa-106. (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: Find it at: http://www.chicagotube.com/stockbook/boiler/mechanical_properties.html & http://www.cp-industries.com/mechanicalproperties.htm
Q: Please tell me equivalent ASME material of API 5L Gr.B. (asked by: email@example.com)
A: They are the common Standards. See also http://www.steeltubestrade.net/tech_standards.php
Q: Is the thickness of SCH XH equal to SCH XS (80) for size 3" A420 and could you please name an admitted document for that? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: Find it out at: http://www.laboiler.com/weldcaps1.html http://www.techstreet.com/cgi-bin/detail?product_id=2739 http://www.key-to-steel.com/Articles/Art24.htm
Q: Which is the ASTM equivalent material of DIN St 35.8? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: See previous answer to firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: Please tell me the material composition of 10B21 boron steel, with the tolerance and permissible limits in %age. (asked by: email@example.com)
A: I have no data for this steel. If anybody knows it, please help!
Q: Please let me know what the BS and ASTM equivalent is for German standard ST37? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: See previous question!
Q: What is the equivalent for DIN ST 52 and DIN ST 37 in Japan Standard? (asked by: JirapongT@siemens.com)
A: See it at http://www.steeltubestrade.net/tech_standards.php and previous question asked by walterkowalski@Univsteel.com
Q: What is Indian Standard equivlent of "API-5L-GRAD B- A106"? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: See previous answer to firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: What is the ISO equivalent of the material GS-17CrMo5-5? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: Steel casting, Symbol GS-17 CrMo 5 5 = W.Nr. 1.7357 = DIN 17245 ~ ISO DP 4991 = C 32
Q: What is AISI equivalent for ASTM A179 grade tube? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: AISI/SAE/ASTM is identical steel group. See also answer to email@example.com.
Q: What standards are required in the UAE for hollow structural steel sections and conduits? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: All most known international standards
Q: WHAT IS THE EQUAL TO St E 36 AND St E 43 STEEL FOR PRESSURE VESSEL IN ASME CODE? (asked by: FIORENTINI_MA@YAHOO.COM.AR)
A: See it at http://www.spartanuk.co.uk/temp/quiality_norms2.htm and http://www.trametal.it/test/quiality_norms3.htm
Q: What is the equavelant material for E235? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: See it at http://www.steeltubestrade.net/tech_standards.php
Q: What is the equivalent for 35 NCD 16 and 38 NCD 4 steel? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: 35 NCD 16: EN = 36 NiCrMo 16, AFNOR = Y 36 NCD 16, W.Nr. = 1.6773 38 NCD 4 = UNI 2954 = 39 Ni Cr Mo 3: Hardened and tempered steel for screws
Q: What is ASTM equivalent for the Material P265GH EN 10028/2? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: ASME 516 Gr.60/ASME SEC. 2 part A
Q: What are the mechanical properties of SAE 1010? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: Steel, SAE 1010: Conductivity W/m-C = 59.0, Density kg/m³ = 7.832E+3, Specific Heat J/kg-C = 434.0 Steel, SAE 1010, Sheet: Conductivity W/m-C = 63.9, Density kg/m³ = 7.832E+3, Specific Heat J/kg-C = 434.0 No other mechanical properties specified (elongation, tensile & yield strength etc.)
Q: What is the thermal conductivity for, din 2448 st 35? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: There is no tubes standard that regulates delivery conditions which requires thermal conductivity factor for any pipe. If you need these tubes for some special applications, where it is required, you will have to find either a tube manufacturer or some specialized laboratory that will be able to test them appropriately for you.
Q: What are the mandatory testing requirement for API 5CT L80 Type 1 and P110 pipes? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: Hardness reading (max) = 23.0 HRC, Hardness value (max) = 22.0 HRC, Frequency - casing (one quadrant) = 1/100 pipes or per heat, Frequency - couplings (four quadrants) = 1/50 or per heat, Grain size = 7 or finer, Impact toughness testing = room temperature P110 = IRP high temperature sour service casing grade (seamless process only, maximum permitted sulphur 0.010%, maximum permitted phosphorus 0.020%): 80° C and above See also: http://www.psc.ca/irps_gtsws/manuals/pdffiles/irp1_final_2005.pdf
Q: What is the nearest Indian equivalent for DIN 17102 ST E 380 or ASTM A 572-84 GRADE 60? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: As I have not Indian norms, please ask this question at:
Essar Steel Limited 27 Km. Surat Hazira Road 394270 Hazira/Gujarat/India http://www.essar.com Mr. Pranav M. Gajjar - Project Procurement (HAZ) Phone: 91-261-5582109; 91-9879103968 Fax: 91-261-5582796, 5582105 firstname.lastname@example.org
Jindal Group Corporate Office Plot NO 30, Sector 44 122 001-Gurgaon/India Mr. Atul Kumar Sharma - Deputy Manager Exports Phone: 0091-11-51538389, 25860717 Fax: 0091-11-25744650 email@example.com General Info Tel: +91-124-2574325,2574326 Fax: +91-124-2574327 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: Hi! I´m working on some bearings for a streetcar. The original drawings specify steel EN 10083-2. This steel is expensive and hard to get so I´m searching for a replacement in an other but similar alloy. Got any tips for me? - Rune Arnesen
A: Comparison data to this norm you can also find on several places on my web site at: http://www.steeltubestrade.net/tech_standards.php
As I am not qualified for bearings I should suggest you to ask this question at:
Q: Which is the equivalent material P255QL EN 10216-4 in DIN standards? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: P255QL is W.Nr. (Werkstoffnummer) in DIN standard! See also Mannesmann Präzisrohr: http://www.mhptubes.de/3340-psrfakw.htm
Q: What is the difference between DIN EN and DIN, for example DIN EN 10305-1 and DIN 2391? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: AFNOR, B.S., DIN, SS, UNE, UNI etc. are national standards from particular members of European Union which are integrated and renumbered in the common EN (European Norms).
Q: What material is Ac 37-2 DIN 17100 and what is its alloy composition? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: In Stahlschlüssel (German: Steel key) there is no Ac 37-2! There is only Ac-1, identical with St 37-2, with the following chemical composition: C max. = 0.20%, P max. = 0.07%, S max. = 0.05%. It is unalloyed and bright general structural steel.
Q: I am designing a gas pipeline as per ASME B31.8. The specification calls for API 5L Gr B materials pipes. Can I replace this pipe material with ASTM A106 Gr B which is readily available in local market? Please give technical justifications. Thanks!
A: Each supplier of mentioned materials can provide you with their chemical & mechanical properties, their equivalents and purposes. As the designer (an expert) of particular pipeline project, only you must overtake decision and responsibility which material to apply! Nobody else will do it instead of you! As an expert in this field you have sure some specialized institutions that you can consult, but last decision will be always yours.
(asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Q: What is the ASTM equivalent for DIN St 45.8/III steel? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: A 106 Grade B
Q: Could you tell me the conductivity factor (W/mK) for STB 340? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: JIS G3461 Carbon Steel Tubes for Boiler and Heat Exchanger (JIS G 3461/JISG3461) Class Symbols (Applicable till the end of 1990): These tubes are classified into 3 grades and their class symbols are given as: Class new/Traditional symbol (Informative reference) STB 340/STB 35 STB 410/STB 42 STB 510/STB 52
Therefore this question ask at: Japanese Standards Association Web site: http://www.jsa.or.jp/default_english.asp Email: email@example.com
Q: We need to know how we can get Hydrant, Pipes & Sprinkler? The Manufacturer, their address, telephone. Thanks. (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: Become a member of this web site and post for free your inquiry ad.
Q: What is the DIN standard equivalent to material SA213 T22? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: ASTM/ASME = A213 T22/SA199 T22 ≈ DIN = 17175/10CrMo910 ≈ BS = 3606 622 ≈ ISO = 2604 II TS34 ≈ JIS G 3462 = STBA 24 Source: http://www.jfe-steel.co.jp/en/products/pipes/speciality/comparison.html
Q: What is the ASTM comparable for SAE 8620? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: AISI/SAE/ASTM 8620 ≈ DIN 21 NiCrMo 2 = W.Nr. 1.6523 ≈ AFNOR 20 NCD 2 ≈ B.S. 805 B 20 ≈ UNI 20 NiCrMo 2 ≈ JIS SNCM 220 (H) ≈ SS 2506 ≈ UNE F.1522 - 20 NiCrMo 2; F.1534 - 20 NiCrMo 31
Q: What is the equivalent for ST37, DIN-1626 in ASTM standards? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: See answer given to walterkowalski@Univsteel.com
Q: Please tell me Material compositions of GB 8162 Grade & ST35/ST37.5/DIN1629 (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: GB 8162-82 YB(T)63-87: C = 0.42-0.50%, Si = 0.17-0.37%, Mn = 0.50-0.80%, P = 0.035%, S = 0.035%, Ni = 0.25%, Cr=0.25%, Cu0.25% (source: www.saleroad.com/know/steel/1011.htm) St 35-3: C max. = 0,16%, Mn = 0,35 - 0,65%, P max. = 0,040%, S max. = 0,040%, Cr max. = 0,30%, Ni max. = 0,30%, Al max. = 0,02%, Cu max. = 0,30%, Cr + Cu + Ni max. = 0,70% St 37-2 % max.: C = 0,17%, P = 0,050%, S = 0,050%, N = 0,009% (St 37.5 doesn't exist)
Q: What tube material is equivalent to E 235? And is it readily available in India (asked by: email@example.com)
A: I don't know the meaning of E 235!
Q: Can I replace steel Rst 37-2 by AISI304? Thank you! (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: RSt 37-2, W.Nr. 1.0038 is equivalent to AISI/SAE/ASTM A 570 Gr. 36. Whether you can replace it with AISI 304 you must ask a designer or an expert of the particular project where you want to apply it.
Q: 1) What is difference between German steel designation St 50 and St 50-2. 2) What whould be the closest US equivalent for both? (asked by: Don.Kuhns@alcoa.com)
A: 1) St 50 (max %): C = 0.32, P = 0.080, S = 0.060 St 50-2: C = 0.28 - 0.37, Si = 0.17 - 0.37, Mn = 0.50 - 0.80, P = 0.045, S = 0.050, Cr = 0.30, Ni = 0.30, Cu = 0.30 2) For both see answer to email@example.com
Q: What is the composition for 34CrMo4? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Q: Which is the equivalent material in DIN of DC04 and DC05? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: Ternex is manufactured to British Standard BS 6582 :1985. The steel substrate is to EN 10130 : 1999 in the following grades: DC01, DC03, DC04, DC05, DC06. Continuously hot-dip lead alloy coated cold rolled carbon and austenitic stainless steel flat rolled products. It is not related to any other standard.
Q: What is the equivalent material of DIN 1654 Part 4 19MnB4 in JIS or in Chinees (GB) Material standard? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com)
A: DIN 19MNB4 = EN 22MNB4 = AFNOR 20MB5 = AISI 10B21 = JIS SWRCH22A = UNI C23BKB GB = I don't know!
Q: What is the material specification, chemical composition and equivelant material of A 204 Gr B plate material? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: Find it out at http://www.stalforbund.com/Fagomraader/Materialer/steel_carbon.htm
Q: What is the ASME equivalent and "P" No. grouping for DIN 2391 st 52? (asked by: email@example.com & Nathanael.Govender@murrob.com)
A: DIN 2391 is German standard for seamless precision steel tubes. For St 52 see previous question asked by firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: What are the BS equivalents to ASTM A53GrA and B (or old EN)? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: BS 1387
Q: What is the specification/dimensional size of ISO 2852, 1 1/2" Tri-Clamp? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: See it at www.google.com with the following search string: Tri-Clamp ISO 2852
Q: What is the meaning of MS ST35/ST37.5/DIN1629? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: MS = Mild Steel. Also as Mannesmann's method of tubes production (seamless) – more frequent in such connotation St 35, St 37 = Steel Qualities (St 37.5 doesn't exist) DIN 1629 = Technical conditions of supply
Q: What steel can be used to substitute EN16T? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: Steel EN16T is similar to BS 970: 1983 606M36T, Hitenspeed 55T.
Q: How to prevent the crack formation during hot rolling of duplex stainless steel grade Din 1.4462? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: Generally, such questions cannot be answered by web master of this web site. Suggestion: go to www.google.com and write search phrases like the following one: crack formation during hot rolling
Q: What is the alloy composition of API 5 CT? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: Find it at: http://www.arvedi.it/ata/api1.htm or http://www.jindal.com/seam-product.htm etc.
Q: What is DIN St 52-3 and does it relate to any ASTM specifications? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: St 52-3 = W.Nr.1.0570 is the carbon steel with the following composition: C ≤ 0.20%, Si ≤ 0.55%, Mn ≤ 1.60%, P ≤ 0.040%, S ≤ 0.040%. Its equivalents are: AFNOR - E 36-3; E-36-4, B.S. - 4360-50 B; 50 C; 50 D, UNI - Fe 510 B; C; D, JIS - SM 50 YB; SM 53 B; C, SS - 2132, GOST - 17 GS; 17 G 1 S, UNE - A 510 C; D; F. 6214 AE 355-C, AISI/SAE/ASTM - A 572 Gr. 50; 1024; 1524; K 12709. See also other equivalents at: http://www.steeltubestrade.net/tech_standards.php
Q: What is DIN St 37.2 and does it relate to any ASTM specifications? (asked by: walterkowalski@Univsteel.com)
A: It is carbon steel, W.Nr. 1.0037, DIN St 37-2 with the following composition (the same as RSt 37-2): C ≤ 0.17%, P ≤ 0.050%, S ≤ 0.050%, N ≤ 0.009%. It doesn't relate to any ASTM, but there are two other similar which do:
W.Nr. 1.0036, DIN USt 37-2 (Germany) = AFNOR E 24-2 (France) = B.S. 4360 B (Great Britain) = UNI Fe 360 B Fu (Italy) = JIS SS34 (Japan) = SS 1312; 1311 (Sweden) = GOST 16 D; 18 kp (Russia) = UNE A 360 B; F.6202-AE 235-B (Spain) = AISI/SAE/ASTM A 570 Gr. 33, 36 (U.S.A.)
W.Nr. 1.0038, DIN RSt 37-2 = AFNOR E 24-2 NE = B.S. 4360-40 C = UNI Fe 360 B FN = JIS SS 34 = SS 1312 = GOST BSt 3 sp 2 = UNE - = AISI/SAE/ASTM A 570 Gr. 36
Q: SA 516 GR 70 MTLTV - what does MTLTV Stands for? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: It has not any meaning in connection to this steel for pressure vessel
Q: What are the ASTM equivalents for DIN EN 10204-3.1, DIN 1623, DIN 10203, DIN 50049, DIN 10088, DIN 60672? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: DIN EN 10204-3.1 = ASTM A105, DIN-1623 St 12.03 = ASTM A568/366, EN 10203 = ASTM A 625 -92, DIN 50049 = certification standards, EN 10088 = ASTM A312/312M, IEC 60672-3:1997 = DIN EN 60672-3 = ISO12986-2:2005 = ASTM C 651:1991
Q: What is the Chinese equivalent or most close material to SAE-4130? Thanks. (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: I don't know it. If anybody knows it please help!
Q: Could you provide the chemical composition of GOST 8732-78/8731-74 and what is the ASTM equivalent? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: Seamless Pipes in CIS are produced as for sizes acc to: GOST 8731 & 8732 as Hot Rolled Seamless Pipes GOST 8733 & 8734 as Cold Drawn Seamless Pipes However, as for steel grades are mostly used GOST 1050-88 The main grades are 10, 15, 20, 35, 40 and 45. Gr. "20" acc. to GOST 1050 is equivalent to Gr. "B" acc. to ASTM A 106/A53.. For Casing and/or Tubing pipes sometimes grade is not indicated at all and indicated only a letter as "K", "D" etc. acc. to related yield and tensile strengths. The same in API standard designated for Oil & Gas Industry mostly used Grades as "B", X42 X52 etc. Also other grades applicable acc. to relevant standards DIN, EN, ASTM.
See also this link: http://www.dts.dp.ua/info/gost/pipes/index.php
Q: What is US equivalent to ST 50-2 steel grade? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: General structural steel DIN (German) Standard St 50-2 = W.Nr. 1.0050 = NS 13234 (Norwegian) Standard. There are no other equivalents.
Q: What is ST. 52 steel? Is this a Eurpoean standard? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: It is German Standard (DIN Standard).
Q: EN 10305 equivalent material in astm standard? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: See previously answered questions to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: What is the tensile strength of 1/4" wall 1.5" x 2.5" aluminum rectangular tube? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: I don't know. If anybody knows it, please help!
Q: What is the difference between ASTM X 42 and Gr. B? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: Steel for large diameter pipes Material No = according to EN 10208-2 = DIN 17172 = API 5L 1.0457 = L 245NB = StE 240.7 = Gr. B 1.0484 = L 290NB = StE 290.7 = X 42
Q: What do the following abbreviations in DIN 1629 (k; bk; bkw; gbk; nbk) mean? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: k = I don't know, bk = cold finished (hard), bkw = cold finished (soft), gbk = annealed, nbk = normalized - acc. DIN 2391.
Q: Where can I get DIN 1629 in English? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: Find it out through e-pipe Korea at: http://www.e-pipe.co.kr/cgi-bin/search_text_new_eng.cgi?keyword=DIN%201629
More complete overview you can get also at: http://answers.google.com/answers/threadview?id=59674
Q: Can forging of Din 2391 - ST 52 be possible? I want to know whether yield strength of this material is 525 N/sq.mm? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: It could be possible but is not usual except for cylinder tubes (inside diameter). Yield strength of St 52 is 490 - 630 N/sq. mm
Q: What is the chemical composition of ST 37.2 steel? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: See previous question!
Q: Please provide chemical composition for St 37.2 and St 50 (asked by: email@example.com)
A: St 37-2, DIN Standard 12120, W.Nr. 1.0037: C ≤ 0,17%, P ≤ 0,050%, S ≤ 0,050%, Others: N ≤ 0,009%
St 50, DIN Standard 7960: C ~ 0,32%, P ≤ 0,080%, S ≤ 0,060%
Q: What is ASTM equivalent of material DIN 1.4462? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: Standards - Sandvik Grade: SANMAC SAF 2205, ASTM: S31803, EN: 1.4462*, W Nr.: 1.4462, DIN: X 2 CrNiMoN 22 5 3, SS: 2377 Product standards Bars and shapes: ASTM A479, EN 10088-3*, ASTM A276, Billets: EN 10088-3*, SEW 400. Chemical composition (nominal) % = C max = 0.030, Si max = 1.0, Mn max = 2.0, P max = 0.030, S max = 0.015, Cr = 22, Ni = 5.5, Mo = 3.2, N = 0.18 Certificate: Status according to EN 10204/3.1.B Forms of supply: Bar and billet Billets, round as well as round-cornered square, are produced in sizes 80 – 350 mm. Round bar is supplied in the solution annealed and quenched and peel-turned condition. The principal size range is 20 – 350 mm. Other products: Cast products; Covered electrodes; Fittings and flanges; Forged products; Plate, sheet and wide strip; Seamless tube and pipe; Strip electrodes and flux for surfacing; Strip, annealed or cold-rolled to different degrees of hardness; Welded tube and pipe; Wire electrodes and filler wire/rods
* According to EN 10088, valid for sheet/plate, strip, semi-finished products, bars, rods and sections for general purposes.
Q: What is the standard working pressure for BS 1387 black and galvanized pipes? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: Up to 219.1 mm od = 64 bar max. Over 219.1 to 660 mm = 25 bar max. Over 660 mm = 16 bar max.
Q: a) St 37.8/I tubes what is the composition and type?. b) What is the difference between 16Mo3 and 15Mo3 steel? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: a) Find it at: http://www.mertl.com/englisch/downloads_e.htm b) There is no difference. DIN 17175 = 15 Mo 3, EN 10216-2 = 16 Mo 3.
Q: Does anyone know the NEN and ISO norm for AISI 4130? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: AISI 4130 ~ 25CrMo4 = 1.7218/34CrMo4 = 1.7220 is low-alloy steel for onshore/offshore gas/oil components. Composition of heat–treatable low–alloy steel and pipe for petrochemical components for use in non-sour or sour environment is: C = 0.28-0.33%, Si = 0.15-0.35%, Mn = 0.40-0.60%, Cr = 0.80-1.10%, Mo = 0.15-0.25%
Q: What is a ANSI/ASME/API/ASTM equivalent to ST-53.3 steel? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: Steel St 53-3 doesn't exist
Q: Which GTAW (or FCAW) consumable should I use to weld 15 Mo 3 and 16 Mo 3 steels? (asked by: email@example.com)
Q: We have some heat exchanger tubes identified in drawing as SA-179 Killed. I checked ASME SA-179. It does not specify any killed or non-killed material. Please confirm is there any SA-179 tube with killed grading? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: SA 179 is not killed steel but it can be ordered as killed with minimum Al content of 0.02%. Similar steel is SAE 1010.
Q: Which EN standard is previous E235? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: EN 10305 - Steel name E355 = DIN 2391 - St. 52 = UNI 7954:79 - Fe 490 Steel tubes for precision applications.
Q: Which is the Equivalent material in AISI of 25CrMoS4? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: DIN 25CrMoS4 = W.Nr. 1.7213 = ISO 25CrMoS4 = AFNOR 25CD4u
Q: What is the exact equivalent of Q235B in DIN standards? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: Find it at: http://www.ssec-steel.com/tool/tool3-2.html
Q: Please provide me tensile strength and yield strength of API 5L GR B. (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Q: Where can I find the nearly similar/equal steel material comparison chart for various standards and codes? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: Some of them you can find at this web site under Technical data. Otherwise search them over www.google.com by using the similar strings like: ASTM Standards, BS Standards, DIN Standards, JIS Standards etc.
Q: What is the definition of DIN 1629 ST 52 HFS example what does the ST stand for? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: St stands for German Stahl (English Steel). Detailed answer please find at: http://www.europeantubes.co.uk/hfs.htm
Q: Dear sir, can you send Chemical composition, Mechanical properties of material, Producing pursuant to the standard, etc. of carbon welded steel pipes, steel grade q 195 - q 215 (Chinese standard)? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: Find it over Useful links at: e-pipe Co., Ltd.
Q: a) Seamless pipe availability in material 15Mo3 (DIN17175 & DIN2448 )& suitability of same for steam service at max temperature 463 C? b) ASTM equivalent & Pipe grade for the same? c) Any constrains for welding valve with WC9 body to 15Mo3?
A: a) See previous question asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org! b) See previous question asked by: email@example.com! c) See previous question asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org!
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Q: May I replace A53 Gr B. instead of DIN 2448 for Fire fighting pipeline? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: All such and similar decisions may be only made by responsible expert engineer of the respective plant!
Q: How can i get the basic data for selection of gear boxes in ROTARY KILNS? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: Search "ROTARY KILNS" over www.google.com
Q: Where can i get mechanical properties of St 45.8? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: You can get it at: http://www.sinara.de/sin17175_e.html http://www.trubky.cz/engl/mechprop.htm
Q: What is the equivalent EN of ST 35? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: DIN St 35 = W. Nr. 1.0308 = EN E 235
Q: What is the DIN or British standard equivalent to ASTM 53 GRADE B for raising pipe? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: Welded water & gas pipes are produced as light, medium and heavy series according to: ASTM A-53, BS 1387, DIN 2440 - DIN 2441, ISO 65, NFA 49-145, UNI 8863.
Q: What is the tensile strength of ST 37.2 (asked by: email@example.com)
A: Material - St 37.2 Material No - 1.0038 Tensile strength, Rm, N/mm² - 340.0 - 470.0 Yield strength, min., Ren, N/mm² - 235.0 Elongation, min., A5, per cent - 26.0
Material - St 44.2 Material No - 1.0044 Tensile strength, Rm, N/mm² - 410.0 - 540.0 Yield strength, min., Ren, N/mm² - 275.0 Elongation, min., A5, per cent - 22.0
Material - St 52.3 Material No - 1.0570 Tensile strength, Rm, N/mm² - 490.0 - 630.0 Yield strength, min., Ren, N/mm² - 355.0 Elongation, min., A5, per cent - 22.0
Q: What is American equivalent to 16M03 material? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: DIN 16 Mo 3 - W. Nr. 1.5415 = AISI/SAE/ASTM - A 204 Gr. A
Q: What is the replacement or Equivalent of DIN 2391/C carbon steel tube? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: All seamless precision steel tubes used as pressure lines for hydraulic and pneumatic purposes. Search over www.google.com equivalents for DIN 2445/2, EN 10204.
Q: Can I use stainless 440C as replacement for the following materials; UNI 7847 and ASTM-A193? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: The same as the previous one. If anybody knows it, please help! Ratko
Q: What is the replacement materials type for UNI7847 and ASTM A193? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: I don't know it. If anybody knows it, please help! Ratko Balosic
Q: What is the equivalent DIN Number of ASTM A53 Gr B? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: ASTM A 53/ASME SA 53 - Seamless and welded (ERW) carbon (black) steel pipes = DIN 1626 St 37.2, DIN 1629 St 35, DIN 1629 St 45, DIN 1626 St 42-2
Q: What is the XXX S in Pipes? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: See at: http://www.bivar.com/pdf/02opto15.pdf
Q: What is the DIN equivalent of SA 178 and SA 179? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: Boiler tubes
ASTM/ASME A/SA-178 = Grades A and C. Electric Resistance Welded Carbon Steel Boiler Tubes = DIN 17177, Steel 37.8 I - III, Steel 42.8 I - III
ASTM/ASME A/SA-179 = Seamless Cold-Drawn low-Carbon Steel Heat Exchanger and Condenser Tubes = DIN 17175, Steel St 35.8, St 45.8, 15Mo3, 13CrMo44, 10CrMo910
Q: What is the equivalent material of DIN 2448 in ASTM (asked by: email@example.com)
A: 1. Cold Drawn and/or Hot Rolled Boiler and Heat Exchange Pipes, according to: DIN 2448, DIN 2491, DIN 8180, DIN 17175, ASTM A179, ASTM A106, ASTM A210, ASTM A192, ASTM A193, ASTM A209, ASTM A213, GOST 8733, GOST 8734 Steel Grade: A, B - acc. to ASTM ST 35.8, ST 45.8, 15Mo3, 13CrMo44 - acc. to DIN Dimensions: Outside diameter 8 - 168.3 mm Wall Thickness: 1 - 22 mm
2. Lines Pipes, acording to: API 5L, DIN 2448, GOST 8731, GOST 8732 Steel Grade: A, B, X42, X46, X52, X56 - acc. to ASTM ST 35 - acc. to DIN Dimensions: Outside diameter 3/8 - 6.5/8 in (17.1 - 168.3 mm) Wall Thickness: 0.091 - 0.625 in (2.31 - 15.9 mm)
3. Structural Pipes, according to: DIN 1629, DIN 1630, DIN 2391, DIN 2448, ASTM A53, ASTM A501, ASTM A501, ASTMA 106, GOST 8731, GOST 8732 Steel Grade: A, B - acc. to ASTM ST. 37, ST 37.4, ST 44.4, ST 52, ST 52.4 - acc. to DIN Dimensions: Outside diameter: 8 - 168 mm Wall Thickness: 1.00 - 22 mm
Q: Where can I find Material Test Reports in your website? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: You will find them through Useful links (e-pipe.co.kr, iransteelcenter.com, mesteel.com, tubenet.org etc.)
Q: What is equivalent of 25CrMo4V to ASTM/AISI? (asked by: email@example.com)
Q: I am looking for a distributor for steel seamless tube called "mecaval 147 mk" (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: As an Exclusive member you can find 6 different suppliers for the required tubes, from those who have joined the products to their account, under following products: 13518 – Micropiles 13799 - Tubes for foundation piles 13801 - Tubes for foundations
Q: I am seeing steel pricing designated by currency (eg. USD), weight (eg. MT), and with CIF, what does CIF mean? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: Find it under Technical Data/Incoterms.
Q: What is the meaning of V In the steel 25CrMo4V? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Q: How can I get to know all inquiries for aluminum tubes and pipes? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: Dear Mr. Anant Shri Kajaria, This is a very good question! There are two ways:
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Q: Could you please tell me the main mechanical tests required and chemical analysis of material (aluminium coated) which fit ASTM A463? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: You'll find it through E-Pipe Co, Iransteelcenter, Mesteel, Maryland Metrics etc. given in the Useful links.
Q: What is the meaning of FAQs? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: Frequently Asked Questions
Q: I want know some stocks and supplier for purchase welded and seamless steel pipe according DIN 2448 AND 2458 in uae country. Can you help me? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: At your request, as a qualified free member* you can get currently updated Public directory and as an exclusive member currently updated Special directory and its monthly updates. These services are new and free of charge. Qualified member* = who completed the form "My company's data".
Q: What is the mean of "SCH"? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: Schedule in ANSI/ASTM Standards.
Q: DOT cylinders. What it means "DOT"? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: I don't know. If anybody knows it, please help! --------------------------------------------------- Subject: Got Answer for my question Dear Ratko Balosic, Your website is simply the best. For my previous question, DOT cylinders. What is "DOT"? I got the answer and i am sending for your information. Cylinders which are made according to DOT Specifications are called DOT cylinders. DOT - Department of Transportation, USA. Thanks & Regards N.V.S.PRASAD
Q: Sir, I want to edit my inquiry, my company details and save them again. How? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: For editing all your ads follow step-by-step Instructions given under Home link. For deleting a company's ad or a membership's ad contact us.
Q: Tube length = 10"NB. What does it mean NB? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Q: What means "hfn" added after mark of steel? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: Hot formed (forged, rolled), normalized. Ms. Mitova - advised through a Dutch friend.
Q: What does C&F mean? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: Nothing! See Technical data/Incoterms/CFR - explanation.
Q: What is the difference between Tube and Pipe? (asked by: email@example.com)
A: In tube & pipe industry there is no difference with an exception - pipes in all their meanings are always inside round. In English both words have several different meanings. See also in Useful links http://www.onelook.com/browse.shtml - Browse Dictionaries
Q: Where can I get extensive information about chinese steel or a list of chinese steel (compounds) or a list that assigns chinese steel to other standards (best case: german ones)? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Q: How do I post an enquiry for buying? Please advise. (asked by: email@example.com)
A: Log in as the member, click at MEMBER'S AREA, then at Inquiries and finally at Add new inquiry. Complete the form and click at Save changes. Your ad is already published.
Q: What is the difference between st 37 and rst 37? (asked by: firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: St 37 - Way of deoxydation: -; Condition: U = untreated and N=Normalized RSt 37 - Way of deoxydation: R=killed; Condition: U=untreated and N=Normalized RRSt 37 - Way of deoxydation: RR=specially killed; Condition: U=untreated (longitudinal) and N=Normalized (transvers) USt 37 - Way of deoxydation: U=rimmed; Condition: U=untreated and N=Normalized
Q: Will you be kind and provide me few addresses of Russian and Ukrainian grossest which sell seamless pipes, please. (asked by: email@example.com)
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Definition of buttering from ASME Section IX, QW/QB-492 Definitions:Buttering: the addition of material, by welding, on one or both faces of a joint, prior to the preparation of the joint for final welding, for the purpose of providing a suitable transition weld deposit for the subsequent completion of the joint.Simply it is weld build up of (one or both) base metal(s) before beginning to weld the joint itself. This can be done in order to make up for poor joint preparation as indicated previously, but also is done to minimize the effect of PWHT on a sensitive material or eliminate subsequent PWHT. For the latter cases a couple of examples may be in order:1.If you wanted to weld P91 pipe to a stainless steel pipe, ASME Code would require a PWHT of the P91 at nominally 1400F (760C). This temperature would, however, “sensitize” the stainless steel (cause carbide precipitation along the grain boundaries). One way to eliminate this problem is to butter (or overlay) the P91 with ERN…
The attached file might be useful as description of other members.
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On Fri, Jul 16, 2010 at 10:20 AM, Bagesh <email@example.com> wrote: API 5L, Standard specifies requirements for the manufacture of two product specification levels (PSL 1 and PSL 2) of seamless and welded steel pipes for use in pipeline transportation systems in the Petroleum and natural gas industries.Level PSL 1 provides a standard quality level for line pipe. Level PSL 2 has additional mandatory requirements for chemical composition, notch toughness and strength properties and additional NDE. Requirements that apply to only PSL 1 or to only PSL 2 are so designated. Requirements that are not designated to a specific PSL designation apply to both PSL 1 and PSL 2.The pipe grade for PSL 1 pipe is identical to the steel grade (designated by a steel name). It consists of an alpha or alphanumeric designation that identifies the strength level of the pipe and is linked to the chemical co…