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ASME SEC II PART B

ASME SEC II PART B

(OP)
Can a raw material certified to an ASTM edition not included in ASME sec II B mandatory appendix II be used to certify finished product to ASME specification.
For e.g Can ASTM SB 425 2010 edition be used to prepare ASME SB 564 2015 edition?

RE: ASME SEC II PART B

You mean starting material. The answer is yes if not prohibited by the final material specification.

RE: ASME SEC II PART B

(OP)
metengr,

Yes, this is about the starting material. My doubt is, is it prohibited by ASME sec II part A mandatory Appendix II, provided the client specification is silent about edition of raw material to be used.

RE: ASME SEC II PART B

Arkaprava Ghosh
If I understand your concern, the final material specification is the material specification that the starting material would be certified against. I did not see anything in BPV Section II, Mandatory Appendix II that would prohibit a starting material from an earlier edition and different material specification to be certified to a newer and different material specification as long as all the requirements of the final material specification are met.

RE: ASME SEC II PART B

(OP)
metengr,
Thankyou so much

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