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Heat number in certificate list not the same with Heat number on mill cert.

Heat number in certificate list not the same with Heat number on mill cert.

Heat number in certificate list not the same with Heat number on mill cert.

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Hi Everyone,
I was reviewing material certs for ASTM A105N carbon material and the certificate list contains a different heat number compared to the Mill cert. The Forging certificate and the forging trade mark remains the same.Do I accept this material as it seems the mill cert heat number is the starting heat no.Please does any one have an answer to this?

RE: Heat number in certificate list not the same with Heat number on mill cert.

Donad,
You appear to have placed your question in the wrong forum . I would suggest that you redflag this post and re -post it in the Metal and Metallurgy engineering Forum. forum 330
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