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3lilaggies (Mechanical) (OP)
15 Jun 06 11:13
Looking for Pno and/or way to classify ASTM-A193 GR B7.  It's not listed in ASME IX.  Is there another source to find this information?
Helpful Member!  metengr (Materials)
15 Jun 06 11:41
There is a reason for this - it is not permitted to be welded under ASME B&PV Code. If you must weld on Grade B7 you need to understand the heat from welding will adversely effect mechanical properties. You will not be able to assign a P-No, you can only list the chemical composition or Grade for welding.

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