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P numbers

P numbers

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I have a problem can anyone explain to me if there is a such thing as Inconel 825 or is it call alloy 825. also what P-number does this material fall under and what filler metal do i use.

Thanks,

RE: P numbers

It falls under P-No. 45.

RE: P numbers

Question: A welding procedure specification (WPS) that is qualified with a base material SA 106 Gr B (P-No. 1 Group 1) be used with a base material ASTM A 350 Gr LF2 Class 1 (P-No. 1 Group 2)? The WPS was qualified to Section IX - 2013 using SMAW and filler metal 7018 G.

RE: P numbers

A welding procedure specification (WPS) that is qualified with a base material SA 106 Gr B (P-No. 1 Group 1) can be used with a base material ASTM A 350 Gr LF2 Class 1 (P-No. 1 Group 2)? The WPS does not have a PQR qualified with impact testing. The WPS was qualified to Section IX - 2013 using SMAW and filler metal 7018 G.

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