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ASTM A105, European spec
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ASTM A105, European spec

ASTM A105, European spec

(OP)
Can someone help me find an equivelent spec. to the US ASTM A105 or A 105M carbon steel.

Thanx in advance,
               Gary (UK)

RE: ASTM A105, European spec

BS 1503-161B, DIN C22.8

RE: ASTM A105, European spec

It depends what you want it for?

An A105 is a carbon steel forging, its nothing fancy.  Do you need a forging?

A105 is quite common for flanges, even in the UK.  

If it's a special flange you are making, roll a piece of boiler plate into a ring, BS1501-161-430A  or P265 etc.  

Depends on your client requirements and contract spec etc.

www.gowelding.com

RE: ASTM A105, European spec

(OP)
Thank you all!!
Problem solved

RE: ASTM A105, European spec

Can anyone tell me what NACE stands for?

RE: ASTM A105, European spec

Devan
I think it is Natioal Association of Corrosion Engineers

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