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Material organization for nuclear components

Material organization for nuclear components

Material organization for nuclear components

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My company based in Europe is planning to become an ASME N-type certificate & stamp holder.
In order to do that we are looking for a Material Organization that could become our main supplier.
I need to find a supplier of material to prepare the sample item, with all the certification requirements described in NCA-3860
  
We would need a bar in ASTM/ASME A/SA479 type 316L UNS S31603 of diameter 250 mm x 300 mm long, as a minumum

Can someone suggest me where I can find this material ?

Thank you

Carlo

RE: Material organization for nuclear components

You might want to repost your question in forum404: Mechanical engineering other topics .  You're more likely to get a response to your specific question of where to find a supplier for that particular type of steel.

Patricia Lougheed

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