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Only a Question,

I think this is wrong:

on Side 2: N 06603
width    : C 20,0 - 40,0 %

is this correctet in a New Form.
The Comm. B02 has Weekend.



RE: B516-03

It would be better if you would give a description of the issue, then ask a specific question. That way, even if someone is not familiar with B516, they can offer potentially helpful information or guidance.

You're information and question are both cryptic and confusing.

RE: B516-03

then we specific this Question.

In the B 516-03
 Standard Specification for Welded Nickel-Chromium-Iron Alloy
(UNS N06600, UNS N 06602, UNS N06025, and UNS N06045) Tubes

we find in the 1 Table from Side 2 this some Words in the N06603

 Nickel Bal
Chromium 24.0-26.0
Carbon 20.0-24.0  is identic with C or not

and i think this must be a Error (N 06603 give me a 0,2 - 0,4 C or for you Carbon)

But next Question for the B517-03 the same C = Carbon with 20,0 - 40,0 %

nice Weekend

RE: B516-03

Yes...that looks like an error. Carbon content should not be that high.  Probably a missplaced decimal point.  Check with ASTM (www.astm.org) and they will clarify.

RE: B516-03

A Mail to the Committee B 02 is out, but Weekend.
But to many Errors in some Standard´s. Find the next One in the A-Serie.

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