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Melt Practice AMS 5504

Melt Practice AMS 5504

Melt Practice AMS 5504

(OP)
Can anyone tell me if melt practice is specified in AMS 5504.

Or more specifically, if there are Non Metallic Inclusion limits.

Thanks

RE: Melt Practice AMS 5504

No melt practice, no inclusion limits,

The examples of uses in the scope are all static, low stress, high temp applications.

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RE: Melt Practice AMS 5504

(OP)
OK thanks for the info.

Do you know of a spec for coiled or strip 410 with remelt or inclusion limits.

Thanks again

RE: Melt Practice AMS 5504

Not 410, but there are grades of Stainless Steel (similar to 420) called Flapper Valve Steel that conform to certain standards when related to inclusion limits or cleanliness.

Try Sandvik, Eberle, Hitachi, or even Paturle.

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