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Looking for ANSI B16.5 - 1968 edition

Looking for ANSI B16.5 - 1968 edition

Looking for ANSI B16.5 - 1968 edition

I am looking for 1968 edition of ANSI B16.5. Especially, I need Pressure/Temperaure tables for different classes & Materials from that spec. I would really appreciate, if anyone could help.
Thanks alot!!

RE: Looking for ANSI B16.5 - 1968 edition

My 5th edition of Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook has some flange ratings and they are taken from the 1968 edition per the footnote.

It's got values for carbon steel, some chrome moly alloys and SS (304/316/347 and 321/304L and 316L.

If you have any older chemical engineers in the office, they might have a copy.  I could also scan and send what I have to you.

RE: Looking for ANSI B16.5 - 1968 edition

Thanks for your response TD2K.
I don't have access to Chemical Engineers Handbook. I am only looking for flange rating for Class 900 from 1968 edition. I would really appreciate if you can atleast scan that class rating. It will be very helpful.
Thanks again.  

RE: Looking for ANSI B16.5 - 1968 edition

Thanks alot for your help. It is very helpful.

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