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looking for ASTM A53/A53M and A135

looking for ASTM A53/A53M and A135

looking for ASTM A53/A53M and A135

I am looking for the codes on the above things
If any body can help out it would be great

RE: looking for ASTM A53/A53M and A135

You can order them at astm.org.  Should be about $20 each.


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RE: looking for ASTM A53/A53M and A135

These are Copyright 2005 ASTM International.

ASTM A53/A53M-05 Standard Specification for Pipe, Steel, Black and Hot-Dipped, Zinc-Coated, Welded and Seamless
is 22 pages, $44.  Pretty cheap for a standard @ $2/page. Read the summary at

ASTM A135-05 Standard Specification for Electric-Resistance-Welded Steel Pipe is relatively expensive, only 9 pages for $33.

Note that both are 2005 revisions.

RE: looking for ASTM A53/A53M and A135

If you are going to be dealing with a lot more ASTM Stds that pertain to steel in future, you might as well purchase the ASTM Book of Standards Volume 01.01: Iron and Steel Products. It contains 120 standards and is slighty over $200.

RE: looking for ASTM A53/A53M and A135

Or join ASTM for $85 and get the book free.

These documents are the basis for contracts.  Don't be foolish and reference a spec that you haven't read.

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