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A120-84

A120-84

A120-84

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Where can I find a copy of A120-84?

More specifically, I am interested in the allowable wall thickness for pipe under the A120-84 standard. Also, the allowable tensile strength, and percentages of constituents.

RE: A120-84

ASTM A120 was discontinued in 1987 and replaced by A53.  If you specifically need the A120 spec. you might check a local technical library for an old ASTM volume (we purged our library last year of our older volumes, so can't send you one..sorry) or you can contact ASTM at www.astm.org and they can probably get you a copy from their archives.  They usually charge about $10 to $15 for individual standards.

Regarding minimum thicknesses and constituents, these will depend upon the diameter and grade of the pipe you want.

Good luck.

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