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compare material JAC270 EN 45 45

compare material JAC270 EN 45 45

compare material JAC270 EN 45 45

hello people,

I'm a process engineer from holland and i'm making press processes for a automotive supplier.
At first i want to make my apologizes for the mistakes in this english writing.
I'm not so good in it.
I have a question tot you all.

Who can tell me what kind of material JAC 270 EN 45/45 is.
And which materialstandard is this material to compare.
for example H320LAD (EN standards).

Thanking you in advance.

RE: compare material JAC270 EN 45 45

Hmmm... JAC 270 EN 45/45... The 45/45 is coating wt. the EN describes the coating JAC is the specific standards body.

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RE: compare material JAC270 EN 45 45

JAC270  45/45 is a steel that had galvaneel (zinc) on both sides.  The 45 is the weight of the galvaneel.  If the part is for Honda, contact them and they will give you all the of the details.

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