Hello. I was hoping to get a few answers about some plate I have put on hold. the M.T.R. says that it is A656 grade 80 at 1-3/4" thick. Based on the ASTM standard grade 80 can't be over 1" thick ( see attached ). my questions are did I read the standard wrong and how can a mill test report be called something that it cant be per that standard that it says it is.
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