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Euro. equivalent grades?

Euro. equivalent grades?

(OP)
hi,
do anybody know the European equivalent of these ASTM grades: A106 grB  and  A333 gr6?
thanks,

RE: Euro. equivalent grades?

It's very difficult to give an equivalence. I'll give you some "equivalent" grade. I was faced to same problem and I built my installation according to PED.
I'll come.

RE: Euro. equivalent grades?

(OP)
hi,
have find some equivalent grades?
best regards
Leyla

RE: Euro. equivalent grades?

Room temp & seamless :
EN 10216-1 P195TR2
EN 10216-1 P235TR2
EN 10216-1 P165TR2
High temp & seamless :
EN 10216-2 P195GH
EN 10216-2 P235GH
EN 10216-2 P165GH
.....
Fine grain & seamless :
EN 10216-3
Low temp & seamless :
EN 10216-3 P215NL
EN 10216-3 P255QL
EN 10216-3 P265NL
....

EN 10217-.. for welded tubes

RE: Euro. equivalent grades?

(OP)
I think I can also use:
for high temperature,carbone steel piping:
EN 10216-1 P265TR1
EN 10216-2 P265GH
EN 10217-1
...
and for low temperature, carbone steel piping:
EN 10216-4 P255
...
thanks,
Leyla

RE: Euro. equivalent grades?

for low temperature EN 10216-4 P255QL

I'm about to build a website with references to EN standards.
The "suffuxes" (NL, QL, GH, ...) are defined in EN 1027 if I rember.

RE: Euro. equivalent grades?

Hi

Please offer some advice to settle an office dispute.
Is a casting that contains pressure subject to PED and ASME codes?

RE: Euro. equivalent grades?

Jackdraw:

your question is not clear enough.
Is the casting for the European marked? What is the volume, the pressure and medium? Is it a part ofa vessel , piping or valve ?

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