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material testing standards

material testing standards

material testing standards

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Does anybody know of a simple method of cross referencing standards for example ASTM standards against ISO or British Standards

RE: material testing standards

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RE: material testing standards

I have also looked for a way to do this but i found that the only way is to launch a search on a database for each standard hopefully they will produce the same criteria.
Try these sites and do a search on both

http://www.BSI.org.uk/
http://www.ansi.org/

Regards,
Sparky

RE: material testing standards

Dear ASTM's Staff,

We're manufacturers of surgical instruments. We need your help in this regard and request let us know the latest processing methods of stainless steel and health care chemical treatment.

Akhtar Meo,
Senior chemist.
MORO ASSOCIATES
SIALKOT-PAKISTAN

RE: material testing standards

try matweb, they have a lot of cross references

RE: material testing standards

You might try the national standards at htpp://www.nssn.com

RE: material testing standards

dear ASTM,

we require your standeard chart please give us or give add: of ASTM Standard chart number,

YOGESH MASURIA(YIM@SIFY.COM)
SERVODAY.COM

RE: material testing standards

If your looking into steels, try a compendium book such as ASM's steels of the world. It lists steels in order of carbon content. If you find an ISO spec there should be an ASTM designation very close to it.
I have found that some steels have no corresponding matches.

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