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Material equivalent

Material equivalent

Material equivalent

what is the material equivalent for:
1. Al99F12
2. X8Cr17
3. X5CrNi18 9

RE: Material equivalent

1.  Don't know, but am guessing it is a 99 % pure Al like Aluminum Association 1100.

2.  Type 430, e.g. ASTM A 276

3.  Type 304, e.g. ASTM A 276

RE: Material equivalent

1. is definitely a 99% Al grade like AA 1100 (UNS A91100).  The F12 indicates the rolling temper, which would be similar to the H14 or H24 temper.  If this is sheet/plate, then you can specify 1100-H14 or 1100-H24 (UNS A91100) according to ASTM B209M.

RE: Material equivalent

x 8Cr17 1.4016, DIN 17440, BS: 430 S15, ASTM: A 320-10, JIS: SUS 410, GB: 0 Cr18Ni9, IS: X 15Cr25N, Poland: H 17, Romania: 10 Cr170 is in the near.

x 5CrNi18 9 1.4301, DIN 17440, EN 10222, BS: 304 S15, ASTM: A 276, S 30400, JIS: SUS 304, GOST: 08 Ch18N10, IS: x 04Cr19Ni9 is in the near.

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