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Is it ok to use ASTM A53B instead of A106B?

Is it ok to use ASTM A53B instead of A106B?

Is it ok to use ASTM A53B instead of A106B?

Hello every one, I have one question here. We have a skid package to build. During check the material with MTR. The question is I have a pipe MTR which show ASTM A53 only it not show and other SPEC like ASME. I need A106 GB pipe SPEC ASME or ASTM and we always use it for piping. Is it ok to use ASTM A53B instead of A106B?  

RE: Is it ok to use ASTM A53B instead of A106B?

You need to review the ASTM A 53 specification, particularly Grade B. This pipe can be supplied as seamless or welded. ASTM A 106 is seamless pipe for elevated temperature service. You need to look at the mechanical properties between the two specifications and compare.

For example;
A 53 Grade B (Types E and S)  60/35 Ksi  UTS/YS
A 106 Grade B 60/35 Ksi  UTS/YS

RE: Is it ok to use ASTM A53B instead of A106B?

thank you.

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