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Titanium grade 2

Titanium grade 2

Titanium grade 2


I hope I have posted this in the right section.

I have been look for some titanium grade 2 in diameters bar (33m of 16mm and 45m of 25mm) but it needs to the following “Material manufacturer must operate a QA system certified by a recognized EU competent body”

Which is proving to very difficult to obtain, has anyone got a contact in the UK or EU which would be able the provide me with the material. banghead


RE: Titanium grade 2

Or any major US source. Anyone with PED certification meets this requirement. Contact ATI or Uniti.

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RE: Titanium grade 2

Thanks ED,

Just spoken with ATI and they are working on a quote for me now smile

RE: Titanium grade 2

This may get a better answer in the CEN / ECN (eu standards) Code Issues section.
Finding an MFR that can deliver what you require is 1 thing, understanding whats being said in your quoted phrase is a second (and may help you better).
Is this a PED related issue?

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