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kphjtt (Mechanical) (OP)
22 Jul 05 15:01
I am badly in need of help. I am trying to find the ASME equivalent for 15Mo3 which I believe is a DIN grade of material. I am looking for the plate equivalent of this material in ASME.

Thanks
metengr (Materials)
22 Jul 05 19:26
The 15Mo3 appears to be under a DIN material specification (DIN 17175) for carbon/low alloy steel boiler tubes. Here is some information on chemistry and mechanical properties. You can search for an ASME equivalent;

http://www.e-pipe.co.kr/DIN/17175.htm
rkg (Mechanical)
23 Jul 05 4:46
Exact equivalent of 15Mo3 is not possible to obtain. However, the nearest ASME equivalent for plates is SA204 (Gr.B is more commonly used).

I would appreciate if you could tell me your application as well. It is because C-1/2 Mo(which is how you would express this material) is hardly being for new constructions. 1 1/4 Cr-1/2 Mo is the preferred choice for substituting an erstwhile C-1/2Mo selection.

Hope you find this information useful.

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