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Russian Material Equivalent

Russian Material Equivalent

Russian Material Equivalent

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I'm looking for the material properties of a russian material:   roct 4543-61 used to make a M72 stud.  

Does anyone know either the properties or the North American equivalent to this material?

Thanks

Christine.

RE: Russian Material Equivalent

Kaplin

Firs of all, the standard you mentioned is 4543-71.

Second – it defines the whole batch of low alloyed steels like 12Õ2Í4À, 15Õ2ÌÀ, 18ÕÃ-Ø, 20ÕÃÍÒÐ-Ø etc.   Which one you need?

Viktor
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