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Problem with tolerance

Problem with tolerance

Problem with tolerance

(OP)
Hello,

I work in a company on Peru that we buy stainless steel over the world. We bought plates of different thicknesses, lengths and width. Our principal supplier is in Asia and I would like to know what kind of Astm standard for tolerances should I need to use. I am currently using the ASTM A480 for measure the tolerance but in the standard does not specify with accuracy tolerance for plates greater than 8mm.

Thanks.

RE: Problem with tolerance

For plates in stainless steel see ASTM A-240
for CS/LA see ASTM A-20

RE: Problem with tolerance

(OP)
Thanks for you information IJZER.


I would like to know what difference exist in the thickness tolerances between the norm ASTM A-240 y la ASTM A-480.

Thanks again.

RE: Problem with tolerance

For plates per ASTM A 240 the tolerances on wall thickness are found in ASTM A 480 table A2.17 ( or A3.17 if Si units are required). Tolerance depends on thickness {table goes up to 254 mm) and plate width.

RE: Problem with tolerance

(OP)
thanks you very much

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