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Non-American Standards Equivalent to ASTM Standards

Non-American Standards Equivalent to ASTM Standards

Non-American Standards Equivalent to ASTM Standards

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Dear Colleagues:

I would appreciate any help with finding non-American, particularly ISO and / or European, standards equivalent to the following ASTM standards:
D256,
D395,
D412,
D624,
D638,
D790,
D1238,
D2240,
D383.

Respectfully,

Capo

RE: Non-American Standards Equivalent to ASTM Standards

Look in the back of your 10th ed of the UNS handbook.  It has some of the best cross references there are.
If you don't own a Unified Numbering System 10th ed, GET ONE.  I have found that ASTM usually has the best price.

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RE: Non-American Standards Equivalent to ASTM Standards

Capo,

How about posting the titles of the ASTM standards so those of us who don't bother memorizing the numbers know what you are looking for?

RE: Non-American Standards Equivalent to ASTM Standards

Capo,

Here are the equivalents:

ASTM D 256 --> ISO 180
D 395 --> ISO 815
D 412 --> ISO 37
D 624 --> ISO 34-1
D 638 --> ISO 527-1 & -2
D 790 --> ISO 178
D 1238 --> ISO 1183
D 2240 --> ISO 7619-1

ASTM D 383 does not exist.  Did you forget a digit?  You can obtain ASTM or ISO standards directly from ASTM or ISO respectively, or all of them from Global Engineering Documents.

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