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Where to get Copies of Material Specifications Online?
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Where to get Copies of Material Specifications Online?

Where to get Copies of Material Specifications Online?

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Where can I get copies of Material Specifications Online?
Please recommend any Websites you are aware of.

Thanks,

Elvin P.

RE: Where to get Copies of Material Specifications Online?

Please visit http://www.key-to-steel.com where you get lot of information on steels. This is a very good site to the best of my knowledge.

RE: Where to get Copies of Material Specifications Online?

Here is another site with material properties that might be of use http://www.matweb.com

RE: Where to get Copies of Material Specifications Online?

About.com lists many online resources for Material Specifications.

http://metals.about.com

Also, they recenty added a database of free chemical compositions for metal.

RE: Where to get Copies of Material Specifications Online?

WN 1.4593 SPECIFICATION
 PLEASE

RE: Where to get Copies of Material Specifications Online?

Also try http://www.azom.com The A to Z of Materials

RE: Where to get Copies of Material Specifications Online?

can u pl. specify equivalent to ASTM F 959 material
thanX in Adv

RE: Where to get Copies of Material Specifications Online?

ASTM F 959 is not a material specification.  It is a specification for a type of washer: ASTM F 959 - 02 Standard Specification for Compressible-Washer-Type Direct Tension Indicators for Use with Structural Fasteners.  If you are not familiar with the requirements of a Direct Tension Indicator I would encourage you to obtain this specification before proceeding any further.  You can obtain this standard from ASTM at http://www.astm.org .

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